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Alvaro Tejada Galindo

Who doesn’t love Lego? And if you have used Blender before…who doesn’t love Blender? 🙂 Combining both seemed like a great idea, so that’s what I did…Using Blender I create some pretty simple Lego pieces

  Since the last month or so I have been enlighten myself with an awesome Blender course…and while I had some previous experience by reading some books…nothing could get me to the point that I’m

  Some time ago…our good friends from SAP d-shop Newtown Square (Namely John Astill et all) built a IoT House for SAP Insurance. This little house (hand made by the way) used an Arduino Nano,

If you are an SAP Employee, please follow us on Jam. Since a long time…I had the idea of making Unity3D and Alexa work together…however…other project kept me away for actually doing it…so…a couple of

If you are an SAP Employee, please follow us on Jam. [This blog post was originally posted on HoloHouse: A Collaboration between SAP d-shop Silicon Valley and Global Co-Innovation Labs] Manfred Pauli, Director of the

If you are an SAP Employee, please follow us on Jam. One of SAP’s d-shop main goals is to gather, learn and share knowledge on the latest technologies and Microsoft HoloLens haven’t been out of

If you are an SAP Employee, please follow us on Jam . On August, Wednesday 3 we hosted our d-shop’s very first Hololens Hackaton. People who had never used Unity3D before and of course who

If you are an SAP Employee, please follow us on Jam. This is my first blog of the year…so I want it to be something really nice and huge 🙂 You know how much I

If you are an SAP Employee, please follow us on Jam. Lua is a lightweight multi-paradigm programming language designed as a scripting language with extensible semantics as a primary goal. Lua is cross-platform since it

If you are an SAP Employee, please follow us on Jam. Falcon is an Open Source, multi-paradigm programming language. It supports procedural, object-oriented, prototype-based, functional, tabular and message passing. It first appeared 12 years ago…so