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ABAP at Devtoberfest 2022

Hey everyone!

As announced last month in the blog post Devtoberfest 2022: Return of the Developer by Thomas Jung,  the Devtoberfest from SAP is back again.

The Devtoberfest in 2022 is a four-week virtual event for developers with many interesting, interactive, and educational content sessions on various SAP Technologies. The event is broadcasted live on the SAP Developers’ channel on YouTube throughout October.

This year, Monday is “ABAP Day”! 💚 [see agenda]

Several very insightful interactive sessions on ABAP topics, especially on the ABAP RESTful Application Programming Model (RAP) and the eclipse-based ABAP Development Tools (ADT), have already been held. They were hosted by Rich Heilman and DJ Adams.

You can access their replays and presentations (pdf) below.

Enjoy the videos!

Watch the replays

Marcel Hermanns,
Gururaj Raman,
Daniel Wachs,
Dr. Martin Müller
SAPAccess the presentation

Developer Extensibility and Business Events with RAP on SAP S/4HANA Cloud

Marcel Hermanns,
Renzo Colle,
Volker Drees
SAPAccess the presentation

Dealing with Legacy Code and Transactional Consistency in RAP

Karl Kessler, SAP

History (and Evolution) of ABAP: R/2 and R/3

Ingo Bräuninger, SAP 

Access the presentation

Troubleshoot RAP based Fiori Apps in the ABAP Development Tools (ADT)

Andre Fischer, SAP

A Beginner’s Guide to the ABAP RESTful Application Programming Model (RAP) 

Michael Keller,
CEO of educatedBytes GmbH

Interview: Starting with ABAP?


More replays:

Visit the SAP Developers’ channel on YouTube to watch the replays of all ABAP and non-ABAP sessions held at the Devtoberfest 2022 – e.g. the special session with SAP CTO Juergen Mueller & Past Devtoberfest Winners.

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      Author's profile photo Stephan Heinberg
      Stephan Heinberg

      Thank you for the interesting content and also the presentations?

      Much better content that TechEd 😉