This is a summary of the various links I used when starting with CDS. It will show how easy you can start with a new language. Each of them can be used to simply learn different things about SAP development.
I was going to set this up and give it to you after my session by my amazing interviewer Tudor Riscutia suggested it would be a great idea to post this prior. He also suggested some interesting questions and looks at this from a whole different view than I do. The links are at the end of this blog.
So why would you want to see or go to our session? The first one that we do is live. As he asks the questions – I’m sure my answers will change. I didn’t write down exactly what I would say. What fun would that be. And as we go along – it is a conversation. So who knows where it will end up going – I don’t.
Generally speaking the session is about learning a new skill. We focus on CDS, because it was the first one I learned that I put to practical use. These same steps will work for any of the “new” things that HANA brings. And actually you can probably use them for almost any type of SAP learning.
So, I won’t list the questions as they might change. I will update later as time permits. I’ll be there with you watching as many sessions as I can. So it might be awhile before this is updated.
Any questions about our session? After the session? Post here or I believe you can send me a direct message. I’ll answer anything I can. Anything I can’t, I bet another member could answer for you. Also there is a great chat option. Check out this blog post while watching about our SAP Online Track during Teched, it would be fun to be able to hear what others are thinking. I’ll be there after my live session and during my taped session. Also any other time that I can.
Links, Links, and More Links. My favorite lines:
GitHub– search abap cds
There is always the question and answers in our Community. Read the guide first and you shouldn’t have any problems posting a question. Q&A Guidelines | SAP Community
Want to get into different technology? The ABAP Freakshow offers so many different options, conversations, and interesting things.
Devtoberfest created some interesting tools that we can use. Take a look at this blog post.
And last by not least there is always Twitter. A lot of the profiles link into Twitter. Find your favorites and follow them.
If you have any great links for learning anything – not just CDS please add them here. I just ask that they be free links.