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Author's profile photo Axelle Bourreau

New Citizen Developer Course on SAP Learning: Check Out My Unit on Low-Code / No-Code

Our team was thrilled to be a part of the beta phase for the new SAP Learning “one destination” website which aims to consolidate learning at SAP. We joined this project with our new course, “Low-Code / No-Code Applications and Automations for Citizen Developers.”

I am the instructor for the second unit in the learning journey, which covers the exciting topic, “Intro to Citizen Development and Low-Code / No-Code”. After completing this unit, you will be able to:

  • Explain the terminology of low-code and no-code (LCNC) development and hyperautomation
  • Describe the problems that companies worldwide are facing, and why LCNC is viewed as a solution
  • Define the different kinds of personas who are involved in LCNC, primarily citizen developers, professional developers, and IT administrators
  • Outline the specific benefits to companies that implement LCNC and citizen development using real-world examples in various lines of business
  • Know the challenges and roadblocks to implementing LCNC and citizen development
  • Know how the IT department can set up a citizen development rollout
  • Explain how to foster your own growth as a citizen developer and the practice of citizen development in your team

In this unit, there are nine short lessons. Each lesson contains a mix of videos, text, and diagrams that cover similar content, so that you can consume the lesson by watching, reading, or both. The infographic below explains more about what you will learn in this unit, and feel free to reach out to me with questions or feedback. Hope you’ll enjoy it!

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      Author's profile photo Amaury Van Espen
      Amaury Van Espen

      Thank you Axelle Bourreau & Tom Beck for this great content ! This is a great introduction to Business Process Automation with such an hands-on experience.

      Author's profile photo Axelle Bourreau
      Axelle Bourreau
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      Thank you Amaury Van Espen for the support 🙂

      Author's profile photo Christopher Gibbons
      Christopher Gibbons

      The next five units say they were to be released in Jan.-Feb. 2022, but I can't see any content for them yet. Do you know when these might be released?

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      Author's profile photo Sandra Hathaway
      Sandra Hathaway

      HI Christopher - thanks very much for your interest in our low-code / no-code learning journey for citizen developers. Apologies for the confusion, that text about the release date is meant to be updated in the next couple of days.

      We needed a little more time to finish developing the content, so we will release the remaining five units at the same time in the first week of May, just in time for SAP Sapphire.