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SAP Code Jam, Lorton Virginia, April 3, 2020 #ABAPIsNotDead

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The ASUG Mid-Atlantic Chapter (including Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, DC – home of 2019 current World Series Baseball Champion Washington Nationals) is pleased to host SAP Code Jam on April 3rd in Lorton, Virginia. The event is complimentary but space is limited.

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Some background on CodeJams can be found here.

Why go? Over 7 years ago I attended my first SAP CodeJam – a recap is here.

Event details:

Looking to network with fellow developers while exploring something new and exciting? Look no further, as SAP CodeJam presents you with an ABAP RESTful Programming Model end-to-end scenario where you’ll get to see how different technologies integrate and work together while building your solution.

As a participant, you will get access to tools, sandboxes, interactive time with experts and much more. You’ll need to bring your machine, come prepared to learn, and you’ll get to take home everything that you do during the event.

Don’t know much about ABAP RESTful Programming Model? Not to worry, SAP will be sending out an email checklist with links to help you prepare for the event. (Source: SAP)

The event is free but the space is limited, so SIGN UP NOW!

Source: SAP

Parking is free. Food is provided.

Location: Fairfax Water Authority

Frederick P. Griffith Jr. Water Treatment Plant

9600 Ox Road

Lorton, VA 22079

Map of location:

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Source: Google

SAP Developer Advocate Rich Heilman  is the expert. Wireless is available.

Food is courtesy of SAP and the ASUG Chapter.

Special thanks to Ian Thain for setting up and fast responses, and Carine Tchoutouo Djomo for suggesting this when we met at SAP TechEd Las Vegas last year.

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  • And now I’m sad this morning.  I wish I were closer.  I’d love to attend the event.   Any chance of making the SAP Checklist available to all of us?

    I hope you all have an awesome time!  OK, I know you’ll have an awesome time.

  • Thanks for sharing this, Tammy! 4 hour drive for me. 🙂

    It’s very generous of Fairfax WA to host the event. I’ve spoken several times with some folks at our local Carolinas ASUG meetings about doing more events but the venue always seems to be the main challenge.

    I know it’s not the same but could ASUG also consider doing a webcast on the subject? I’ve browsed the upcoming events just recently and did not see anything targeted to ABAP developers in Q1.