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Moya Watson

  If you know me, you probably know that I’m gay. You might also know that I’m not really a flag-waving person, at least in order to call attention to myself, and I’m actually pretty

Adapted from SAP Mentors Webinar April 9   –  (Disclaimer: Views my own) If you’re a technologist and you’re sitting it out because you think the buzz-phrase “diversity in tech” doesn’t apply to you, I challenge

Back in 2012 SAP joined tens-of-thousands of others in telling the world, particularly struggling LGBT youth, that It Gets Better. In the six years since then I’ve asked myself nearly every day what technology’s role is

Follow SAPsv on Twitter, Instagram, Periscope, and Facebook for live coverage from #LWTSummit!  You’re going to have to come to the Lesbians Who Tech Summit in San Francisco next month to find out!   Thanks to returning sponsorship from SAP’s

Welp, it’s all over but the Tweeting (and the next two SAP TechEds). Months of planning, hundreds and hundreds of session hours, and one whirlwind week at SAP TechEd Las Vegas is coming to a

Haven’t we all been in the position of preparing for conferences and wondering to ourselves: “How in the world am I ever going to pick and choose from this huge collection of simultaneously happening sessions?”

Expect a lot of buzz about SAP Cloud Platform at SAP TechEd this year.  I know — you’ve heard us say this before.  But given the promises we’ve delivered on in SAP Cloud Platform throughout

Friends, bloggers, community members! I manage the community topic page for SAP Cloud Platform. In tandem with that and in order to spread the word about good community content there, I tweet out links to

Yesterday at SAP Silicon Valley in Palo Alto I had the privilege of emceeing an event focused on exploring technology’s “billion-dollar talent problem” — also known as: where is the diversity in tech workers and