It’s less than two weeks until the follow-up to openSAP’s first course, Introduction to Software Development on SAP HANA, begins.

The long awaited follow-up course will focus on major topics around SAP HANA native development.

If you’re a developer, then you’ll be interested in the many advances in the programming model and tooling that came with SAP HANA SPS6, SPS7, and SPS8. The course will go beyond the basics of programming models, discuss deeper, real-world patterns and anti-patterns, as well as looking at the architecture of applications for read-only, analytic, transactional and providing an interface with transactional systems.

The course will also feature SAP HANA studio as well as several new Web-based tools (for example, the Web-based Development Workbench, SAP HANA Lifecycle Management, and SAP HANA XS Administration Tool). The course will also look at the extended capabilities of SAP HANA, from beyond a database to a complete application platform.

If you enjoyed and benefited from the first course, then Next Steps in Software Development on SAP HANA is for you! Enroll today for free and advance your SAP HANA development skills!

openSAP is SAP’s Open Online Course provider. You don’t need to travel or take weeks out of the office to attend training. With openSAP, you can complete the course content at your convenience – anywhere, any time and on any device. openSAP is open to anyone interested in learning about SAP’s innovative products and solutions. Registration, learning content, final exam and Record of Achievement are provided free of charge. Find out more at openSAP.

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  1. Cathal Mullane

    Hi,

    Quick question about openSAP iOS mobile app. There is a log on issue that has been around for some time, can you tell me when a newer version of the app will be released to address this bug?

    Cheers,

    Cathal

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    1. Claire Donelon Post author

      Hi Cathal,

      I reached out to our technical team for an update and they hope to have the app available in the coming weeks. 

      You can continue to use open.sap.com with Safari or another browser on your iPad. We will post an update on the other thread you posted on in the openSAP space on SCN.

      Kind regards,

      Claire

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