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Witalij Rudnicki

And here by “extreme points” we mean “the geographical points that are farther north, south, east or west than any other location in Europe” [Wikipedia]. Sorry if you expected to find locations for some extreme

Yesterday I had a great pleasure to have a lunch with Artur Górnik, one of HANA “black belts” in SAP MEE region. He did a customer workshop the day before here in Wrocław. And then our

The autumn is in the full swing here in Wrocław. Cold and rainy. But let me bring us back to one hot (like +34°C hot) summer day in Croatia. With my family we visited the

Last Saturday was really lovely in Wrocław: sunny and blue sky. Yet 60 people get together in the local Capgemini office for a day of learning, networking and fun – the third SAP Inside Track

Not long after European CodeJam Tour to bring SAP Vora to developers I hit the road again – this time driving to Vienna to join local developers and to help them starting with IoT Services at SAP

Back home. Two last weeks of April were quite busy – together with Jason Hinsperger, Product Manager for SAP Vora, we did a tour around Europe to bring SAP Vora closer to developers. A series of first

Last month Njål Stabell, SAP Mentor and Co-Founder at Neptune Software, told he had learned from me that “Wrocław is the central of the Universe”. It was not exactly what I had said, but that triggered

Hello, all Big Data Enthusiasts! You have heard about SAP Vora 1.3 availability already… You saw our brand new page for developers… You even might have tried one of the three options to deploy and

Sorry for the title. The “polar azimuthal equidistant projection” sounds so smart, I could not resist adding it there… But I would not know its meaning myself without the corresponding article in Wikipedia 😀 In