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Graham Robinson

TLDR; Developers want to choose their own tools. Interest and enthusiasm for the SAP Cloud Platform ABAP Environment (aPaaS) is building as we move through the SAP TechEd season. aPaaS was announced at SAP TechEd

I had the privilege of attending SAP TechEd in Las Vegas last week as part of the SAP Bloggers Program. In the keynote Bernd Leukert announced that the SAP Cloud Platform ABAP Environment was Generally

This post started out as a comment to the post DevOPS in SAP? from Jakob Marius Kjær but got way too long so I decided to turn my comment into a blog of it’s own. Jakob makes some good points

Another day another flood of articles, blogs, PR pieces and opinions about Blockchain. I am no blockchain expert – but I do have a bit of an idea what it is all about and why

Last week I participated in the Media and Analyst Program at Sapphire Now and ASUG Annual Conference in Orlando. One announcement that caught my attention was that SAP plans to collaborate with partners to accelerate

Listening to episode 2 of the Coffee Corner Radio podcast – or is it episode 1 under the new name? – with Jakob Marius Kjær & Moya prompted me to fire off this blog. Jakob concluded the podcast by

SAP get enterprise software. They understand things like having a rock solid technical platform, scalability, 24×7 operations, multi-language, etc. They highly value backwards compatibility too because they understand their customers want to be able to upgrade

At SAP TechEd in Las Vegas last week Bjoern Goerke announced that SAP would be making the ABAP runtime available on the SAP Cloud Platform. This announcement was greeted with plenty of applause from those in

This morning Bjoern Goerke, SAP’s Chief Technology Officer and President SAP Cloud Platform, announced at SAP TechEd in Las Vegas that SAP are going to make the ABAP runtime available on the SAP Cloud Platform

Yesterday I posted this blog about abapGit. Immediately questions were asked about how abapGit related to SAPlink. This post is in part a response to those questions. Rather than thinking in terms of whether you