Sunny days are here and so is the first edition of the 2018 SAP CodeJam blog series.
If you haven’t heard, we are shifting gears – our format has slightly changed: the program now focuses on allowing you to develop a solution using various SAP technology, platforms and tools. You will be presented with an end-to-end scenario where you’ll get to see how different technologies integrate and work together while building your solution all under the guidance of an SAP expert.
We have grouped our offerings under four themes: UI, Mobile, Big Data, and Core. Within each theme, we’ll provide sample scenarios and work with you and our experts to define the technologies that will be covered during the session. Each of these themes can include elements of some of the newest areas of interest in the technology world such as geospatial, machine learning, predictive analytics, text analytics, SAP Leonardo, and more.
You can find more information on the program here.
Why Request an SAP CodeJam?
Besides interacting with some pretty cool likeminded developers, you will get a chance to learn and play around with some SAP’s latest developer tools.
At a recent SAP HANA with Geospatial CodeJam in Budapest, one of our requesters learned some interesting geographical knowledge about countries and their borders and how to calculate their exact location by using SAP HANA. You can learn more about SAP HANA with Geospatial by reading this blog series here.
Here are some highlights from an SAP CodeJam we did in Darmstadt, Germany on SAP Leonardo Machine Learning:
You can request your very own SAP CodeJam, simply by sending us an email at email@example.com with the following information: name and email of the local contact person for the event, country and city in which the event will take place, estimated number of attendees (25 – 40), topic of the event, location, 3 possible dates. Someone in the SAP CodeJam team will get back to you within 1 – 2 days to confirm and finalize the details. Click here for additional information about these events. We are now accepting requests!