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Hey there!

I recently presented a short session on my experiences with developing and debugging non-classic-SAP HANA solutions at the Leading Insights conference in Melbourne (27./28.3.2017).

And since the slides are prepared in a way that they could be used without my talking as well, I thought, I might just post them. So, there they are on slideshare:

if you feel this is a shameless content plug, you’re probably right, but I got the feeling, that this might still be interesting to some readers of the “SAP HANA” tag.

Content wise, this is what you can expect (just in case you don’t want to swap to page 2 which shows the table of contents):

  • an exciting example for a pure HANA development without any NetWeaver/ERP background
  • some practical tips for finding performance issues with SQL statements and tidbits of
  • and tidbits of performance gone bad and how to fix it.

There you go, now you know.

Cheers,

Lars

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  1. Benedict Venmani Felix

    Hello Lars,

    As always, the presentation was very informative and I enjoyed reading it. Just when I thought I understood HANA better ­čÖé …looking at the information there makes me want to unlearn everything and start all over.

    Is the recording of the presentation available by any chance? If not, you should definitely do a SAP JAM session or something for everyone’s benefit.

     

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    1. Lars Breddemann Post author

      Thanks for the really nice feedback!

      The sessions haven’t been recorded as it was a live event.

      JAM session… hmm… I guess that would be doable if there’s sufficient interest. So far you’re the first to ask about such a thing.

       

       

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  2. Nicholas Chang

    Thanks Lars! Indeed, very informative slide! I’m a technical consultant but always wanted to learn more about HANA SQL performance. Again, thanks for sharing and can’t wait for your JAM ┬ásession!

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