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The world is going digital and this September, openSAP is inviting you to open your imagination to new possibilities with a new course Imagine IoT. This course will help you understand how devices are connected and inspire you to think about your own Internet of Things (IoT) prototype. For those interested in getting started with coding or encouraging your children, grandchildren, nieces, and nephews to become familiar with coding, we are happy to once again support Africa Code Week, EU Code Week, and the new Refugee Code Week by re-running our popular coding courses for youth, in both English and French language: Teaching Programming to Young Learners and Teens Get Coding. 

With Imagine IoT, you will learn about the fundamentals of IoT – what are the components that make it possible? What is a sensor and how does cloud computing enable IoT? You’ll also learn about new interaction paradigms such as augmented reality, wearable devices, and much more. Do you have an idea for your own IoT prototype? As part of this course, you have the chance to take part in a prototyping challenge, where you can submit your work and receive feedback from your peers. The course starts from September 28 and enrollment is now open!

“Imagination is everything. It is the preview of life’s coming attractions.”
Albert Einstein

Teaching Programming to Young Learners (English  : French) is aimed at teachers, parents, and guardians of children aged 8-11 to enable adults to support children during their coding journey.

Teens Get Coding (English  : French) is aimed at 12-17 year olds who want to get started with coding in a fun and interactive system, including creating interactive computer games. All courses are now open for enrollment and learning content will be available from September 15, completely free of charge. All you need to sign up is a valid email address and the motivation to learn to code!

Don’t forget we have many new courses starting this September, don’t miss out!

SAP Digital Boardroom in a Nutshell

Big Data with SAP HANA Vora

Basics of Design Research

Developing Java-Based Apps on SAP HANA Cloud Platform

Design the Future of Your CRM

SHINE Reference for Native SAP HANA Application Development

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