We’ve made it to 2014, and are finally wrapping up the SAP TechEd 2013: Share the Knowledge Challenge. The contribution from the SCN community to share what they learned at this year’s SAP TechEd events has been incredible. We received 59 blogs from 39 different bloggers. These bloggers provided coverage across all the locations including online with detailed information on what they learned.
To see the full list of submissions, peruse the comments section on the Share the Knowledge Instructions document. All of these bloggers have earned the Share the Knowledge Qualifier badge for their contribution. I’d like to thank all of the bloggers for taking the time to share what they learned at SAP TechEd with the entire SCN community.
However, this blog is to celebrate the best 25 blogs we received from the challenge. So if you don’t have time to read through all 50+ blogs, this is the key list of blogs for you to spend some time reading. These blogs cover many of the key topics showcased and discussed throughout SAP TechEd 2013.
So what can you learn from reading these blogs? Everything from how to fail, UI5, SAP HANA, ABAP, where SAP is headed, Fiori, cloud and so much more. Here’s a quick overview of each of the Share the Knowledge Finalists, so you can quickly pick out the blogs that suit your needs now.
Abani gives an overview of the sessions he attended focusing on Integrated Business Planning and Security in SAP HANA.
Jelena shares a very insightful learning from TechEd. What you put into the event and experience is what you’ll get out. Which is good advice for everything.
Jochen provides an overview of SAP Operational Process Intelligence inspired from the DHL demo given during the keynote in Las Vegas.
Matt covers his experience at Las Vegas with a detailed explanation of Fiori and User Experience.
Matt discusses what he learned about the ways Identity managment is being impacted with SAP HANA
Michael shares his top three learnings: SAP HANA and customers, what does Hybrid mean, and solid understanding and explanation of data replication
Michelle highlights the options that SAP HANA brings you for technology consumption.
Inspired by the keynote in Las Vegas, Richard showcases a Fiori cockpit.
Shabarish shares his excitement of SAP Process Orchestration no longer running a dual-stack, but will now run with a single Java stack.
Tammy shares what she learned about Big Data and how SAP HANA is the platform for big data. She also explains the benefits of Hadoop.
Jeroen provides a great overview of what he learned in Amsterdam with special highlight on Design Studio.
Julie shares what she learns from a few customers in Amsterdam on how they make use of roles with the SAP NetWeaver Business Client. It’s and excellent summary of the CD120.
Luis covers the sessions he attended in great detail including slides focusing on SAP HANA as an on-premise and cloud platform.
Raquel, shares what she learned about the improvements with Business Process Change Analyzer (BPCA).
Sasha highlights what he took away from the sessions he attended in Amsterdam with focus on SAP HANA deployment and virtualization technology
Ivan took what he learned from open UI5 in Bangalore and builds an application using it. He provides the code and all!
Jansi overviews the key improvements she learned about SAP Solution Manager. This includes future innovations, Central CTS+, Test Management and more.
Kumud describes her experience of participating in the FailFair in Bangalore and how nothing is an absolute failure. The stories of failure become moments of inspiration.
Raju shares the demo in detail that he and team submitted for Demojam Bangalore. The blog covers their Intelli-Den demo.
Somnath overviews the keynote and sessions that he attended in Bangalore and highlights what he learned from each. He also covers what he learned on the show floor. This a great overview of all the topics someone can learn at TechEd.
Vivek highlights what he learned about SAP River, SAP HANA, with screenshots and videos.
Yariv shares his thoughts about failing and how that leads to success. He provides great insights from what he learned at the FailFare event in Bangalore.
Martin watched RDP203 online and shared what he learned about modeling with BW.
R Sampath shares what he learned about Adobe forms, including the future of mobile forms and evolution of forms.
Satish shares his notes from watching the ABAP in Eclipse demo online.