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Finally! As I told you before, I was lucky to participate on Montreal-Python 33 – Qualified Quasar on Monday, November 26, 2012.

It was a really nice event, with a lot of attendees and some really nice presentations. I talked about Python and SAP, in order to show the Python Community, that we’re not the “Old SAP” any more…but that we’re looking forward to include external communities in out developer programs.

You can the video of my presentation here…

And of course, you can see the rest of the presentations here.

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  1. Jose Hugo De la cruz

    Nice post, Blag;

    I would really enjoy to share experiences with a great Python community like the Montreal community.

    I really like to use Python with SAP, as an ABAP developer I don’t use my experiments in production environments, but to have a powerful programming language like Python can help you in your ABAP development tasks, for test your code, to watch your code behaviour in other environment without transporting, etc.

    I haven’t used sapnwrfc connector, I tried but I had some problems ( I don’t remember what), I had to look for other alternative, then I found pysap, ( http://pysaprfc.sourceforge.net ), I build a little wrapper around it to allow me to implement SAP RFCs in an easy way [ https://github.com/hugo-dc/easysap ].

    I think it’s good to have an external tool like Python to help you with your developer tasks, and at the same time have a lot of fun 🙂

    Saludos Blag!.

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    1. Alvaro Tejada Galindo Post author

      Hugo:

      Couldn’t agree more 🙂 Python is just awesome…I have been using it for about a year now…and it’s definetly my weapon of choice 🙂

      I have checked your wrapper…really nice job my friend 🙂 I’m always happy when I see someone else using Python and SAP…

      Greetings,

      Blag.

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