The most important facts at a glance.
|Date||October 20-21, 2013|
The Venetian | Palazzo Congress Center Las Vegas
LANDO Conference Room
|Theme||Sports, Entertainment, and Gaming – FTW (For The Win)!|
|Registration||Visit official SAP InnoJam page on sapteched.com|
|Design Thinking Slides||http://prezi.com/4p-18tcjqkbf/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy&rc=ex0share|
|Development Tools and Platforms||Backend #1 |
SAP HANA, incl. Web IDEs, HANA UI Services, etc.
SAP NW ABAP
SAP Predictive Analysis or SAP Lumira
SAPUI5 (Web and mobile library)
(technologies will be updated until the start of the event, timing for specific agenda items might change slightly)
|Day 1 - Sunday, October 20|
Sunday, October 20,
Please make sure you arrive at the InnoJam at 9:15am at the latest for a 9:30am sharp start!
09:30am - 09:45am
Welcome, introduction of staff, house rules
|Keynote||09:45am-10:00am||InnoJam Keynote by Brian Reeves|
10:00am - 10:30am
What is Design Thinking?
10:30am - 12:45pm
15 mins: "Get Smart Fast"
Lunch break +
12:45pm - 01:45pm
Lunch buffet served with cold and hot dishes, desserts and beverages
01:45pm - 05:00pm
Discuss and analyze research results, understand and gain insights, create persona and point of view (POV), brainstorm, create mockups of prototype
|Short break, choose your session||05:00pm - 05:15pm|
|Technology stack introduction||05:15pm - 05:45pm|
05:45pm - 06:30pm
Corner 1: Presentation and review of DT prototypes
Corner 2: Thomas + Rich: XS and SAPUI5 Development
Corner 3: Kiran Musunuru: Analytics, R & PAL for beginners + Sougata Dutta + Matt Lloyd: SAP Lumira
Corner 4: Thorsten Edelhaeusser: Working with the Soccer dataset
Stage: Maker space
06:30pm - 07:30pm
Cold and hot dishes, dessert and beverages, including beer.
Code! Code! Code!
07:30pm - 11:59pm
You will collaborate with your team members to create the solution for your DT prototype using any of the presented technology stacks.
Snacks and beverages will be served throughout the night.
|Day 2 - Monday, October 21|
|Hints and tips from a serial InnoJam winner||12:00am - 12:45am||Phil Loewen|
Code! Code! Code!
12:00am - 03:20pm
08:00 - 09:00am: Breakfast served
09:00-10:00am - Tech Experts’ office hour
12:00pm: Lunch served at 12:00pm
01:00-01:30pm - Learn how to do the winning pitch! (Ian Kimble)
03:00pm: CODE FREEZE! Upload your artifacts!
03:20pm - 04:45pm
You will present your solution within a 6-minute timeslot and answer questions from the jury afterwards.
|Take a breath...|
04:45pm - 05:00pm
Unwind from the stress of the last two days.
|And the winner is...|
05:00pm - 05:30pm
Jury announces the winning team. Awards are presented...
Closing word. Official end of SAP InnoJam Las Vegas 2013.
The following blog posts contain more information about the InnoJam:
|Team||Members||Project Name||Project Description||Presentation Order|
|#1: Pandee||Ornulf Kittelsen, Berat Menlikli, Alexandru Moldovan, Shrikant Kamble, Kedar Nath Tingrikar, Sanjeev Agarwal, Jorik Blaas, Indu Gupta||Soccer Mom||Soccer game with math questions with virtual Soccer cards as rewards||3|
|#2: Team Crowdify||Darijo Pavlic, Ivan Reyes, Prasad Tanniru, Sarat Atluri, Adela Calin, Doug Munford, Trevor Dennison||Crowdify||Less worries more place - Crowdify helps you enjoy your sportings experience by reducing your waiting times and maximizing your viewing||5|
|#3: TrashTalk||Kenton Hankins, Leonardo De Araujo, Robert Dittmer, Savo Markovic, Devendar Mallireddy, Murali Bati, Marlo Simon, Scott Bastoky, Ted Cann||#TrashTlkr||Betting is fun! Trashtalking while betting is a lot more fun.||1|
|#4: (π)^7||Marcus Schiffer, Arun Venkat, Damian Oleksy, Kacper Dabrowski, Anna Nitefor, Wojtek Bogdal, Kimberly Becker, Carolyne Fitton||Math Match||A challenging game of sports that engages kids to improve their math skills||2|
|#5: Wonder Wombats||Robert Zovic, Stefan Breitkopf, Renato Silva, Saud Ahmad, Chris Rae, Thomas Boemoser, Nico Katz, Mathilde Krause||Footywizz||An app to improve the event experience by increasing efficiency||8|
|#6: You Bet On That!||Custodio de Oliveira, John Patterson, Daniel Schwaz, Tobias Schlereth, Georg Krenn, Federico Sperling, TR Pale, Lokesh Krishnappa||You bet ya||A completely new experience for crowdsourced real-time betting with no house involved||7|
|#7: #ESTAR (Explaining Sports to Attractive Rachel)||Steffan Drews, Patrick Mennig, Dominik Conrad, Hendrik Freier, Markus Bullmann, Eko Shuarto, Manish Sangani||SPIN||Helping new immigrants and visitors to understand poluar american sports in order to fit in the sports-loving culture of america||6|
|#8: Inbetweeners||Henry Janz, Chris Gillespie, Chitrarth Kastwar, Haran Vinayagalingam, Jagan Mukkamula, Raj Manyam, Gopal Nair, Diego Lombardini||Stadium Companion App||Enhancing the match-day experience using crowd tracking data||4|
- "Crowd Tracking"
- "Real time betting"
- "What rules applies here?"
- "Kids love math"
Please add essential information regarding the available systems and tools (e.g. conenction urls, credentials, key facts, ...)
The SAPUI5 tools for the HANA developer studio seem to have caused some issues. Firstly DON'T bother using the SAPUI5 ZIP that is on the USB keys. Instead use the following update site to install the SAPUI5 Tools: https://tools.hana.ondemand.com/kepler if you experience any dependency errors make sure your eclipse update site is http://download.eclipse.org/releases/kepler/
Remember if you use the SAPUI5 Tool Wizard in the HANA studio you need to update the bootstrap URI to /sap/ui5/1/resources...
Please provide useful links to resources that participants might need (e.g. SDKs, Libraries, Tools, ..)
- Please find some Big-Data datasets here
- OData Syntax for Beginners Blog
- Mobile Analytics Kit Code Examples: HTML5
- Please provide references to pure documentations
- SAP HANA Developers' Guide
- SAPUI5 Demo Kit
- SAPUI5 Viz Charting Examples
- SAPUI5 Building mobile charts with MAKit
- SAP Lumira / SAP Predictive Analytics Getting Started Guide
- SAP HANA Getting Started Guide
- HANA Academy Video: HANA Native Development
- openSAP MOOC: HANA Native Development
- Hands-On Building Applications Which Leverage SAP HANA
- Cloud Lumira - Free Account
- Creating OData Services from HANA Views
Please provide links to basic code examples for important tasks that every team might work on (e.g. connection to the database, basic website constructs, passing values between pages, ...)
- SQL Talk - 2 small files which make reading/writing to a SAP HANA DB easy from a webpage (in a non-production environment) here
For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or @marekkowal on Twitter. Looking forward to seeing you in Vegas!
And remember: what happens in Vegas, stays on Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, YouTube, and SCN!