Recently leadership at SAP has continued to express the desire to put our developers together with those of our partners and customers as we did in the beginning 40 years ago and get back to our roots of innovation! Taking a further step in that direction we’ve decided it’s time to rekindle the infamous Hacker Night from years past into a whole new format called the CodeJam! So bring your laptop and come join your fellow developers — it’s time to code, hack and create!


The second(!) CodeJam Huizen is just around the corner and that means you need to SIGN UP and reserve your spot as soon as possible! The event is free and we’ll shoot all of you an email with a checklist you’ll need to take a look at before hand but otherwise you just need to show up at our friends who are proud to have us, NL for Business, with your laptop, desire to enter the world of SAP NetWeaver Cloud, and of course your imagination!

For those who missed the first SAP CodeJam Huizen, you can read about it here.

January 18, 2013 starting at 14.00 PM

NL for Business Consultancy

Huizermaatweg 340

1276 LJ Huizen


Remember seating is very limited so be sure to SIGN UP quickly!

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    1. Fred Verheul Post author

      Hi Stefan,

      That question (relation to google codejam) should really be directed to Craig Cmehil as I wouldn’t know. Don’t think there is a direct connection, but there are of course lots of similar initiatives (Google being only one of them).

      The outcome of the first CodeJam Huizen was a lot of tutorial-like applications hosted somewhere in the sapnwcloud . I don’t have a link. But you’re right, there’s no code that’s publicly available. And that’s not the goal of these CodeJams either. They’re meant to provide an opportunity to play around with the technology and meet other like-minded developers.

      Hope that helps.


        1. Craig Cmehil

          Hi Stefan,

          Some of the folks have posted code some have uploaded blogs – many have shared photos but specific “full” projects to date have been a bit limited. Fred described the purpose quite well!

          You should come by and check out one of the next ones!



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