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Kumud Singh

Let’s imagine we’re seated at the TechEd venue excitedly listening to the keynote when suddenly the slides being shown goes blank or the speakers at the venue stop working! How would this experience be? Who

SAP TechEd Bangalore 2017 just got over and here is some of the highlights of the event. Keynote was kicked off by  Bernd Leukert  with a thanks giving to SAP labs India team and Dilipkumar Khandelwal for making

Dear openSAP, I’m a developer and a learning enthusiast. I try to utilize free learning opportunities as much as possible because learning is the only sustainable way of progress. You would be pleased to know

I’ve published the experience of TechEd 2016 at Bangalore of the first two days already. On 3rd day SCN was down for the migration activity and hence the delay in publishing the last day experience.

The second day of SAP TechEd Bangalore is over today. If I’m asked of the most used technologies in most of the demos I’ve seen so far, it would be IOT, HCP, Fiori and UI5.

SAP TechEd Bangalore has kicked off today and the day went much planned for me than earlier TechEd’s. Before jumping on the details of the day, the change this time was the registration process looked

Today was one of must attend Mentor Monday session and I was lucky to be in a supporting timezone to attend the same. Carl Dubler joined the session to share the November updates on S/4HANA.

How would one start when a development related to triggering of release strategies comes up? Checking documents available via Google, investigating SAP notes, looking into the configuration and functionality coaching would be the first steps

I was privileged third time in a row to get chance to attend the special design thinking (DT) event organized and conducted usually by Marilyn Pratt at TechEd Bangalore. She was not able to host

This past Friday (October 25th) I attended another Codejam among the series of Codejams happening at Bangalore organized by Craig and the team from SAP (of course on request this time). It is not easy