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The last event of the 2013 SAP TechEd season ended almost four months ago.  If you’re feeling a bit nostalgic for the SAP TechEd experience, now evolved to SAP d-code (#SAPTechEd Expands to Become #SAPdcode!) or are craving great SAP TechEd content, here are the top 5 most viewed lectures on SAP TechEd Online from 2013:

Building Responsive SAPUI5 Application following the SAP Fiori Approach with Tim Back

In this session, you will receive an overview on SAPUI5 and how such responsive apps are implemented. In addition, you will see real samples taken from SAP Fiori applications.

Application Development Based on ABAP and SAP HANA with Thorsten Schneider

This session will give an overview on how to leverage SAP HANA from ABAP applications that integrate with the SAP Business Suite. We will show concrete examples and best practices for customers and partners based on SAP NetWeaver AS ABAP 7.0x and 7.4.

An Integration of Apache Hadoop, SAP HANA, and SAP BusinessObjects with Ramshankar Venkatasubramanian

In this session, we will introduce an integration of Apache Hadoop, SAP HANA, and SAP BusinessObjects business intelligence solutions, which is intended to conquer large-scale text mining problems. The integration fully leverages the advantages of these three appliances to distill valuable insights of big data in a company, which has not been possible before.

SAP HANA – What You Need to Know: A Comprehensive Introduction with Michael Eacrett

This session will explain the technological underpinnings of SAP HANA, describe the features delivered, and discuss the usage scenarios for customers to adopt and deploy SAP HANA. This session targets modelers, system admins, developers, DBAs, security, and project leads. Application and customer scenarios will be used to demonstrate.

Add Enterprise Qualities to Your SAPUI5 Applications with Tzanko Stefanov

In this session, you will learn how to enrich your SAPUI5 application with enterprise qualities using the UI5 productivity services. The focus will be on services that facilitate navigation, launchpads, business roles, personalization capabilities, building pages, authoring, and provisioning of reusable content. You will learn how to access these productivity services natively from your application platform (ABAP, Java, etc) through their OData or JavaScript interfaces.

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