After witnessing the very successful and popular CodeJam sessions live at SAP TechEd && d-code Las Vegas, I decided to provide SAP TechEd Berlin goers a sneak peak of what is to come and expect of the sessions.

CodeJam mini-editions are an hour-long hands-on sessions that gives the participants a chance to interact with the experts and their fellow developers from all over the world. There will be two sessions going on simultaneously with different topics in each locations. Laptops for the sessions will be provided but will be limited. If you don’t get a chance to use one of our laptops during the sessions, we encourage people to stand and listen to the presentation. Also, if participants are interested in any of the documents that were presented by the expert, a “bit.ly” link will be provided that has all the materials from the sessions.

One of my biggest advice to all people interested in attending a CodeJam mini-edition session, is to come at least 20 minutes before the session starts as the laptops go by fast. Keeping that in mind, here is the CodeJam mini-edition schedule for Berlin:

Start Date

Start Time

End Time

Room_Name

Title

11/11/2014

11:00

12:00

CodeJam (mini-edition)1, Hall 2.2

Enterprise-Ready .NET Applications Leveraging SAP Gateway for Microsoft

11/11/2014

12:15

13:15

CodeJam (mini-edition)1, Hall 2.2

ABAP for SAP HANA

11/11/2014

13:30

14:30

CodeJam (mini-edition)1, Hall 2.2

Getting Started with SAP HANA Cloud Platform

11/11/2014

14:45

15:45

CodeJam (mini-edition)1, Hall 2.2

Outlook Integration via SAP Gateway for Microsoft Leveraging SAP Fiori

11/11/2014

16:00

17:00

CodeJam (mini-edition)1, Hall 2.2

Integrate SAP Data in Microsoft Outlook via SAP Gateway for Microsoft

11/11/2014

17:15

18:15

CodeJam (mini-edition)1, Hall 2.2

Extending SAP Jam Work Patterns with the SAP HANA Cloud Platform

11/11/2014

11:00

12:00

CodeJam (mini-edition) 2, Hall 2.2

The Great Floorplan Manager Adventure

11/11/2014

13:30

14:30

CodeJam (mini-edition) 2, Hall 2.2

Let’s Have Fun with OData and Apache Olingo on the SAP HANA Cloud Platform

11/11/2014

14:45

15:45

CodeJam (mini-edition) 2, Hall 2.2

Secure OData – How Customers Leverage OAuth for Secure Integration

11/11/2014

16:00

17:00

CodeJam (mini-edition) 2, Hall 2.2

SAP Mobile Application Framework

11/11/2014

17:15

18:15

CodeJam (mini-edition) 2, Hall 2.2

Get Your Hands On SAP River RDE and Come Build Your SAP Fiori SAPUI5 App!

Start Date

Start Time

End Time

Room_Name

Title

12/11/2014

11:00

12:00

CodeJam (mini-edition)1, Hall 2.2

Build an SAPUI5 Mobile App with SAP River RDE

12/11/2014

12:15

13:15

CodeJam (mini-edition)1, Hall 2.2

Your First SAPUI5 Mobile App

12/11/2014

13:30

14:30

CodeJam (mini-edition)1, Hall 2.2

Make Your App Enterprise Class with Kapsel

12/11/2014

14:45

15:45

CodeJam (mini-edition)1, Hall 2.2

Develop Advanced Real-Time Social Media Analytics

12/11/2014

16:00

17:00

CodeJam (mini-edition)1, Hall 2.2

Develop Chrome Apps for SAP HANA by Using SAP¹s Open Source Contributions

12/11/2014

17:15

18:15

CodeJam (mini-edition)1, Hall 2.2

Getting Started with XS-Based Development

12/11/2014

11:00

12:00

CodeJam (mini-edition) 2, Hall 2.2

Develop Your Own Amazing Templates or Plug-Ins Using SAP River RDE Tools

12/11/2014

12:15

13:15

CodeJam (mini-edition) 2, Hall 2.2

Develop and Extend Apps Online Based on SAP Fiori Design Paradigm

12/11/2014

13:30

14:30

CodeJam (mini-edition) 2, Hall 2.2

Enhance Your Application with Social Collaboration capabilities of SAP Jam

12/11/2014

14:45

15:45

CodeJam (mini-edition) 2, Hall 2.2

Power Up Your Self-Service BI with Custom Visualizations

12/11/2014

16:00

17:00

CodeJam (mini-edition) 2, Hall 2.2

ABAP in Eclipse

12/11/2014

17:15

18:15

CodeJam (mini-edition) 2, Hall 2.2

Develop and Deploy HTML5 Apps on SAP HANA Cloud Platform

Start Date

Start Time

End Time

Room_Name

Title

13/11/2014

11:00

12:00

CodeJam (mini-edition)1, Hall 2.2

Develop and Deploy HTML5 Apps on SAP HANA Cloud Platform

13/11/2014

13:30

14:30

CodeJam (mini-edition)1, Hall 2.2

Getting Started with SAPUI5 on SAP HANA

13/11/2014

14:45

15:45

CodeJam (mini-edition)1, Hall 2.2

ABAP in Eclipse

13/11/2014

16:00

17:00

CodeJam (mini-edition)1, Hall 2.2

Building and Running Your SAP Fiori-Like Apps in SAP HANA Cloud Portal

13/11/2014

17:15

18:15

CodeJam (mini-edition)1, Hall 2.2

Getting Started with SQLScript in SAP HANA

13/11/2014

11:00

12:00

CodeJam (mini-edition) 2, Hall 2.2

ABAP for SAP HANA

13/11/2014

12:15

13:15

CodeJam (mini-edition) 2, Hall 2.2

Getting Started with SAP HANA Cloud Platform

13/11/2014

13:30

14:30

CodeJam (mini-edition) 2, Hall 2.2

Unlocking Mobile App Innovation with SAP Mobile Platform Open UI SDK

13/11/2014

14:45

15:45

CodeJam (mini-edition) 2, Hall 2.2

My First OData Service Using SAP Gateway Technology

13/11/2014

17:15

18:15

CodeJam (mini-edition) 2, Hall 2.2

Share Files from HANA XS Applications with Mobile Documents

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  1. Shibha Jain

    I have attended and organized Code Jams and a big advocate of these sessions, but in Tech-Ed these sound more like the Hands on Sessions. How different are these from Hands on Sessions.

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    1. Jasmin Gruschke

      Hi Shibha,

      let me answer from the perspective of CJ607 (ABAP for SAP HANA): We have quite similar exercises as in the Hands-On session DEV265, true. However, there is only a minimal lecture part (5 mins for setting the stage) in the CodeJam mini-editions and the exercises are provided as “food for thoughts”.

      We had two events in Vegas. First session had about 60 participants, 12 in front of the Laptops; all other attendees we tried to entertain with demos. The second event was less crouded and therefore more “CodeJam like”, i.e. some participants really did the exercises as they would have done in the Hands-On session, other only clicked one or two times and took the event as a “chat with the experts around”.

      To conclude: how the CodeJam mini-editions evolve depends (in our case) 95% on the demands of those sharing their valuable time with us at the event.

      Cheers,

        Jasmin

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