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Starting with a new SAP InsideTrack location in 2015:
Saturday, March 21st
An SAP Inside Track is a community event, open for all people from the SCN-Community (Customers, Consultants and Freelancers).
No matter if you are a developer, business consultants or an architect.
The event is organized by peers from the community .. and YOU are able to influence the agenda.
Have a look at all the review blogs of previous SAPInsideTracks to get into the right mood .. and register yourself afterwards.
Use hash tag #sitFRA on Twitter to share ideas. Spread the news and follow the updates!
SAP Inside Track Frankfurt a.M. / March 21st 2015
Saturday, March 21st 2015
Registration opens at 8:30h
Sessions start at 9:30h and end at approx. 18:00/19:00
(just a 2 minutes-walk from train-station Rödelheim , easy to reach with rapid transit from Frankfurt Main Station (9 minutes ride))
For SCN community members (both consultants and customers) who want to share or catch-up on their knowledge.
- Share what you love by holding a session.
- Be curious to hear about new things & new insights and participate.
Low, aiming at €20 per participant - including lunch and drinks throughout the day.
Use the #sitFRA hashtag.
FRA is the international abbreviation for the Frankfurt Airport, the largest airport in Germany.
Another common abbreviation in germany is FFM (FrankFurt am Main)
The city name "Frankfurt" exists two times in Germany and therefore the local river name is added to make the name unique.
Frankfurt a.M. = close to river "Main" ("am Main") <----- here we will meet at #sitFRA
Frankfurt (Oder) = close to the river "Oder" (close to the polish border)
Will be driven by the session suggestions of all participants. Please enter your suggestion in the table further down in this document.
--> look at: agenda.sitfra.de
We’ll meet at 8pm at the Zimt & Koriander ( http://www.zimt-und-koriander.com ) in Frankfurt’s city center. Whoever is already in Rödelheim is welcome to join us at the AOK Systems office at 19:15 to go together to the restaurant by public transportation.
Address: Schärfengäßchen 4 // 60311 Frankfurt am Main // https://goo.gl/maps/jZ0Nh (GoogleMaps)
How to get there:
Public Transportation: S-Bahn to Hauptwache
By Car: Public parking garage at the Kornmarkt 10 // 60311 Frankfurt am Main
Friday late night location (for the night owls) will be the local craft beer fiefdom: Naiv http://www.naiv-frankfurt.de
We’ll be leaving Rödelheim together and travel with the S-Bahn to Lokalbahnhof loacted in Frankfurt Sachsenhausen. If you’d like to get a glimpse of Frankfurt’s famous skyline you can exit one stop early and walk the remaining distance – crossing over the Main river with a beautiful view of Frankfurt’s old town and city center with all those famous skyscrapers ;-)
Local restaurant with classic Hessian food and drink specialities. We’ll introduce you to “Grüne Sauce” (green sauce), “Schneegestöber” (snow flurry), “Handkäs” (hand cheese) and “Apfelwein” (apple vine) and you will love it! But of course the Schnitzel is also part of the menu ;)
Address: Willemerstr. 11 // 60594 Frankfurt // https://goo.gl/maps/86ocA
The event language is: English
We expect to have some friends of outside of germany with us.
(we may offer a simultaneous translation to hessian for the local participants)
Here YOU have the chance to add value and pay forward: host a session at SAP Inside Track in Frankfurt.
Share your experience and/or initiate a discussion and take new insights back home. Please note that all sessions are supposed to last at most 30 minutes! If your session is shorter, you don't need to blow it up, please feel free to add it. We love to give room for some quick ones as well and will add some slots for 15 minute sessions. We added a 45 minutes option due to a convincing session proposal and are looking forward to more interesting topics
If you have any questions or are unsure about how to do it: Contact us: info @ sitfra.de
in 15, 30 or 45 min
|ABAP DSL Workbench (#adw)||I want to show you a tool I made to define external DSLs in the ABAP Stack.||45||Peter Langner||Get them!|
|ABAP for business and private||We'll talk about ABAP's surprising capabilities||15||Jasmin Gruschke, Jens Weiler||we had non, but a document about the #IoB will follow|
|Business Object Processing Framework (BOPF)||The Business Objects Processing Framework is a tool provided by SAP which tremendously facilitates development of transactional applications: technical services like data access, locking and transaction management are handled by the framework. This reduces development efforts and helps to focus on business logic. In this session, a group of enthusiastic developers will prove the benefits by iteratively developing a full fledged application - from scratch. In this session, a "Sprint" proves why it's called that. Neither HANA nor slides involved.||45|
Martin Fischer, Oliver Jägle, Sascha Hack
No slides, but some links:
|SAP Web IDE||I want to show the SAP Web IDE for SAPUI5 development||30||Denise Nepraunig|
|Core Data Services||Data Modelling with CDS Views||30||Uwe Fetzer||hier gibts nichts zu sehen, bitte weiter gehen (Sorry, no slides)|
|SAP HANA Cloud Platform||Creating an add-on on SAP HCP, a journey report||30||Twan van den Broek||Slides|
|UX & UI||Improving the UX for your users - Where to start?||30||Roel van den Berge||Slides|
|BRFplus - The API Way|
I want to show how to enhance an insurance application using BRFplus
in a generative approach
|Synching SAP data with the 1Worldsync GDSN Datapool||I will show you how we built an ABAP solution to synchronise master data from an SAP system to 1Worldsync using GS1 XML messages created with a Simple Transformation.||15||Mark Teichmann||Link to the slides|
|Using SAPUI5 / OPENUI5 for an iPad App (iOS)||I will show the steps from the running SAPUI5 / OPENUI5 Web Application to an iPad App using Apache Cordova. For Android, Windows Phone and other mobile platforms it's nearly the same.||30||Renald Wittwer||Slides with Screenvideos (about 150 MB)|
|Women in Technology||Where do we stand in 2015? Some (horror) stories, stats, and good advice, picked up from (among others) SAPTechEd && d-code Berlin.||30||Fred Verheul||No slides but sources can be found here|
|Unit Testing ABAP CDS Views - Back to the Future||So you've pushed your ABAP code down to the database using CDS views, but how the hell do you test it? I will give you an overview of the goals and problems when unit testing CDS views and how possible solutions might look in the future (including a running prototype).||30||Chris Swanepoel||Slides|
|UI5 Boilerplate - Fiori Edition||Introduction of UI5 Boilerplate, a template for SAPUI5/OpenUI5 Apps. Explain modification / extensions to build a Fiori Edition of the UI5 Boilerplate, which can be integrated in the famous SAP Fiori Launchpad.||30||HP Seitz|
|Don't try to be smart - be smart||Generic programming sucks. I explain several mistakes most ABAP programmers do when they learn about RTTI, Field Symbols and generic data structures and why it ruins the architecture of ABAP applications as well as your whole IT landscape.||15||Tobias Trapp||no slides in this talk but I blogged about it here - without mentioning HANA, CDS and OData|
|Abap Object Services|
Abap Object Servies: The most unused feature. A short trip from the scratch, enable YOU, to make your own progress.
|APIs (not only) in SAP environments||Our customers are facing a new situation: their competitors are exposing functionality more and more for (not only) public usage by other platforms or devices (IoT) and reach out to new markets. But what does that mean for us developers and architects in SAP environments? And what's behind the acronym API and how can we use or even build it up by applying appropriate patterns and interfaces? Is an API all about interfaces or is it even more?||30|
|Test driven development in ABAP||I will repeat a talk I'll be giving at the DSAG Technologietag together with Thomas Fiedler. Expect some nice new ABAP frameworks and features to support test driven development.||30||Christian Drumm||Slides|
|RaspberryPi on SAP HANA Cloud Platform without Java||Rui Nogueira started a series of articles on SCN on how to contect a RaspberryPi with DS18B20 temperature sensors to the HCP. I would like to show how to implement the project using Node.js and Node-RED to send the sensor data. Use the HANA instance from the HCP trial for the OData Service and storage. And finally SAPUI5 for the visualisation.||30|
|Raspberry Pi on SAP HANA Cloud Platform - without Java - Part 1: XSODATA Backend|
|How Mobile, Cloud, IoT and other trends shape the future of HCM||A short overview on the trends and challenges for cloud solution "SuccessFactors", UX strategy, Mobility, IoT and other future trends in HCM.||15-30||Soumyasanto Sen|
|tbd.||Mobile Security / Secure Development Process||30||Frank Köhntopp|
|Thank you very much for all your impressive input in our session list! The SAP Community rocks!|
We're now finalizing the agenda and contact you (the speakers) soon.
⬇ If there are any new session suggestions, please add them below.
We're happy to fall back on you in case of any unexpected changes. ⬇
|Update on SAP Developer Center||What's new is happening in SAP Developer Relations in general and at SAP Developer Center in particular||30||Vitaliy Rudnytskiy||Slides to see and download|
|New $3 IOT chip that could change the world||Sorry for the late knowledge, wasn't able to confirm earlier than this morning. If you like, I could show you a new really low cost (system on) a chip that could revolutionize the IOT tinker space. If you like, I can show you how I hooked it up to my home wifi, got it to speak MQTT and hooked it up to the HANA Cloud Platform.||15-30||Jan Penninkhof|
Participants SAP Inside Track Frankfurt 2015
HERE IS THE PLACE WHERE YOU HAVE TO ENTER YOURSELF TO PARTICIPATE:
- Please use >> our Google Form << to register for the event
- add your name to the list here under to show that you are attending
(Login to SCN first, then EDIT this page and enter your name in the first empty row of table.
The table on this WIKI page is not automatically updated after you have submitted the Google Form.
We're using the Google form to capture email addresses,
the WIKI table is to show who will be attending.
Early arrival on Friday
& looking for a meet-up
|3||Twan van den Broek||SCN||@tbroek||probably not||yes|
|4||Jens Weiler||SCN||@ABAP4H||not sure yet||yes|
|6||Gregor Wolf||SCN / Xing||@wolf_gregor||yes||yes|
|15||Leo van Hengel||SCN||@lvhengel||maybe||yes|
|18||Yanko Stoychev||@yankost||not sure yet||yes|
|19||Damir Majer||http://www.majcon.de||@majcon||probably yes|
|22||Mehmet Metin||SCN / LinkedIn||@mehmetmetin1981||probably not||yes|
|23||Suhas Saha||LinkedIn / SCN||Maybe||Yes|
|24||Roel van den Berge||SCN||@roelvdberge||Probably not||Yes|
|25||Tyron Jones||Probably not||Yes|
|26||Martin Röhr||SCN / LinkedIn||@nipponkata||yes||yes|
|33||Mark Teichmann||Mark on SCN||@thulium3||yes|
|39||Patrizia Rossi||Patrizia Rossi||@patty_1982||maybe||maybe|
|48||Stefan Schnell||SCN / XING / Site||no||no|
|49||Enno Wulff||Xing SCN||@ennowulff||yes||maybe|
|50||Martin Steinberg||Xing / about.me||@SbgMartin||yes||yes|
|57||Tolga Altunelli||SCN||n/a||probably not||maybe|
|72|| Vitaliy Rudnytskiy |
(aka Witalij Rudnicki)
|http://about.me/witalij||@Sygyzmundovych||most likely yes||rather no|
|73||Michael Schneider||not sure yet||yes|
(list will be resorted weekly)
|77||Pascal Möller||not sure yet||probably|
|79||Michael Frummet||Xing / Linkedin||no||no|
|85||Phat Cuong Dip||probably||probably|
|END OF LIST|
We contacted all the people from #85 to the end of the list. Please don't plan to travel to Frankfurt! We are sad to have you not with us, but the space in the location is limited.
We got mostly confirmations so far. As soon as we got cancelations we will proceed and inform the next one in line. But please don't expect too much. It might get 1 or 2, but we don't expect more cancelations in advance.
|97||Tapio Reisinger||SCN / LinkedIn||No||Yes|
| Please don't add yourself to this list from now on. |
For every upcoming cancelation within the next 5 days we will try to refill from the waiting section (row #86 to #104) by contacting you directly.
Going to add myself anyway, as men should never stop dreaming
Hotel Rödelheimer Hof - Am Wasserturm
|Link||1000m walk from SAPInsideTrack location, closest by||€ 59,80|
Perfect connection (9 minutes ride) via public transportation Frankfurt Rödelheim Bahnhof" as target location. (S3,S4,S5) from Frankfurt Hbf (MainStation), choose "
Martin Steinberg, Damir Majer and Gregor Wolf take the ICE 620 from München Hbf leaving 15:54 on March 20th arriving 19:04 in Frankfurt. Coach 28 in the First Class. Back on Sunday, March 22nd 10:18 with ICE 1521 Coach 2.
Count me in (add your name)
Sponsors (THANK YOU!)
Info: Alle SAP Inside Track 2015 Frankfurt Teilnehmer erhalten 10% Rabatt auf die offenen Seminare. Link zum Seminarprogramm Majer Training Seminare 2015
(Be a sponsor if you like to run this event on low costs for the participants => Contact us => info @ sitfra.de or via twitter @_sitfra)
Pre-Event "SAP CodeJam"
(We plan to host a CodeJam event Friday afternoon as well .. stay tuned)
Any tips to take into account? Please list them and help making it a day to remember.
- Dress casual, it's not a business event. We all are there in our sparetime.
- If you register yourself, please be there at March 21st. Otherwise we will really miss you.
If anything crosses your plans .. please remove yourself from the list above. It helps us to adjust the organizational stuff.
You can get in touch with us via email: info @ sitfra.de or twitter: @_sitfra