ABAP Highlights from SAP TechEd 2016
the celebration has already started with the first SAP TechEd 2016 event of the serie which took place in Las Vegas last week.
Let me use this blog to gather some of the ABAP related information from the event available out there and share it with you. From the executive keynote, over a very interesting talk about the greatest and latest ABAP features, to some session replays and impressions from participants.
I intend to update this blog in the coming weeks, especially after the upcoming events in Bangalore and Barcelona.
Stay tuned. Or even better, join us at the events. 🙂 (Check ABAP@SAP TechEd 2016)
SAP Executive Keynote
Check out the opening “Back to the future” keynote from Björn Goerke, Executive Vice President and Corporate Officer, Head of Technology in Products and Innovation.
After he became “The Martian” at last year event, Björn brought the SAP TechEd 2016 audience “Back to the future” during the executive keynote in Las Vegas. And guess what! ABAP is part of that future.
Must Watch! An Overview of the Latest in ABAP for Developers
Watch this talk about the latest and greatest ABAP features and capabilities between Karl Kessler and Graham Robinson. A must watch for ABAP developers!
Guest: Karl Kessler, Vice President of SAP NetWeaver Product Management
Host: Graham Robinson, Principal Consultant at Yelcho Systems Consulting, SAP Mentor
Impressions from different participants
- ABAP and New Stuff (TechEd 2016 Day 4) by Jelena Perfiljeva
- … (waiting for your blogs)
PS: Feel free to share additional links with the community in the comment section
Some session replays
Access and watch all available replays on SAP TechEd online.
SEC203: SAP Runs SAP: How to Protect ABAP Applications Against Password Cracking
ITM110: SAP HANA Platform’s Transport for ABAP: The What, The When, The How
|UX125: SAP Fiori Elements|
UX301: New Features of SAPUI5 That You Absolutely Have to Know About
UX209: SAP Screen Personas As Part of the SAP Fiori User Experience
What do you think was better at this year's TechEd and where do you think the direction headed for future events? Do the more diverse features and knowledge-base topics distract or enhance it from the core topics?