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Author's profile photo Michael Keller

Christmas Greetings

Dear SAP Community, as Christmas and New Year are coming soon, it’s time for some good wishes and to say thank you for a lot of interestings blogs, information, discussions and more.

Last year I did a little bit of ASCII art, this year it’s the “classic” Christmas greeting card.

If you are looking for something computer-related to do between Christmas and New Year, you can take a look at the suggestions from my 2018 Christmas blog. Here are a few new suggestions.

  1. Take a look at the Clean ABAP style guide. This freely available document was one of the highlights of 2019 for me. If you really only want to get a brief impression, you should use the cheat sheet variant.
  2. Maybe someone is interested to start with ABAP in SAP Cloud Platform? I would definitely like to check it as soon as possible. I had bookmarked this blog to start with.
  3. Do you like, too? A course about SAP Model Company will start in January 2020. There are also many courses open for self-study. Maybe SAP TechEd 2019 Recap is also interesting?
  4. Here are three recommendations for those who like computer games:
    • CRPG – A book about the history of computer role-playing games. The book can be downloaded free of charge as PDF file.
    • The art of point and click adventures – In addition to photos of popular computer adventures, the book also includes interviews with the developers.
    • Play the mini-adventure “The Librarian“.


Have a good time and thanks for reading


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      Author's profile photo Morten Wittrock
      Morten Wittrock

      Thanks, Michael, and the same to you. Also, nice links 🙂

      Author's profile photo Jelena Perfiljeva
      Jelena Perfiljeva

      Thank you for the suggestions, Michael! Happy Holidays to you!

      Author's profile photo Mohit Sharma
      Mohit Sharma

      Thank you Michael..! Wish you a merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. 🙂