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Introduction

Welcome SAP folks to the official SAP Inside Track Hannover info page! 

The main conference will be on Saturday, 11th of May 2019. On Friday, 10th May we will try to get a SAP Code Jam for interested community geeks.

Both, the Code Jam and the Inside track are a great opportunity to spend the weekend in a nice Inwerken AG location with a great cultural heritage, to connect with your peers and friends, to make new friends, to gain new experience and insights, to listen to interesting talks, to give great talks and and and…

The conference language will be English. 

When and how to register?

  • The SAP Inside Track Hannover will take place on 11th May 2019. 09:00 - 17:00
  • SAP Code Jam on the Friday before.

Where will it take place?

SAP Inside Track 

Inwerken AG
Ahrensburger Straße 4-6

30659 Hannover


SAP Code Jam

May 10th, 2019, 10:00 - 17:00 

Looking to network with fellow developers while exploring something new and exciting? Look no further, as SAP CodeJam presents you with an ABAP RESTful Programming Model on SAP Cloud Platform ABAP Enviroment end-to-end scenario where you’ll get to see how different technologies integrate and work together while building your solution.

As a participant, you will get access to tools, sandboxes, interactive time with experts and much more. You’ll need to bring your machine, come prepared to learn, and you’ll get to take home everything that you do during the event.

The event is free but the space is limited, so  SIGN UP NOW!

The speaker will be Ingo Bräuninger. You can find his SAP profile here.

Who shall attend?

The Inside Track and the Code Jam are from the SAP community for the SAP community: customers, consultants, developers, freelancers, blogger, nerds and geeks ... - But also for absolute rookies! The important thing of the entire event: share your knowledge, learn great new stuff and gain new buddies.

Hotel suggestions

B&B Hotel

https://www.hotelbb.de/de/hannover-lahe

Viva Creativo

https://www.viva-creativo.de/

Mercure Hotel

https://www.mercure-hotel-hannover-oldenburgerallee.de/

Pre-conference event location

SAP Stammtisch

May 10th 2019 starting at 18.30 Open End 
Location: XII Apostel, Pelikanplatz 2/4, 30177 Hannover 
Please notify Sascha if you would like to attend:  ssh@inwerken.de

Post-conference event location

Maybe Hannover Frühlingsfest

Agenda

timedurationTypetopicspeakerInfolink to slides
09:0000:15OrgaWelcomeSascha + Enno  
09:1500:30TalkKeynoteMarcoIt's run time!https://galoppsim.racing/sithvr2019/
09:4500:45TalkCustom Code Migration to S4/HANAIngo BräuningerOne of the biggest challenges for our customers during the system conversion to S/4HANA (or Suite on HANA) on-premise is the custom code adaptation. These adaptations are necessary because of the simplifications (e.g. data model changes, removal of obsolete functionality, removal of redundant components) in S/4HANA compared to the classic ERP. To minimize the efforts for our customers to adapt their code the ABAP Platform provides tools to analyze custom code based on the so-called simplification database.\n This toolset is crucial for the adoption of S/4HANA on-premise. 
10:3000:30TalkCloud firstVolker BuzekThough a valid development concept, a "cloud first" software approach won't always help solving the tasks at hand. this talk will show some excerpts from the dev reel where "the cloud" did good, bad, and the ugly.https://vobu.github.io/materials/sitHVR-2019/#/
11:0000:15BreakCoffee   
11:1500:45TalkTest Automation in an agile worldGiovanni RagoAgile software development has had a profound impact in how software is delivered. With delivery cycles sensibly shorter, how does testing keep up with the increased need for speed? In this talk, we take a look at the leading open source test automation tools for both web and mobile, while also introducing the protocol that makes them tick. 
12:0000:45TalkSAP Integration ScenarioStefan SchnellTest automatisation using eCATT and Powershell. New insights and current development status. Follow-up to last years session. 
12:4500:45BreakPizza & Pasta   
13:3000:30TalkThe Hitchhikers Guide To The LegacyLaurens Van Rijn

How and why to handle legacy code. Don't forget to bring your towel!

Slides
14:0000:30TalkAPACK - The ABAP Package and Dependency ManagerSebastian WolfFor the first time in the 30+ years history of the SAP-proprietary programming language ABAP, it is now available as a dedicated product offering with the SAP Cloud Platform ABAP Environment. At the same time ABAP embraces non-proprietary version-control management tools with the integration of abapGit as central tool for the lifecycle management of custom code. By using these open source technologies, there is now a unique opportunity for a whole community to create, use and build on open source libraries and applications for the ABAP environment. In order to enable the ABAP community to efficiently use the new possibilities of the new Cloud Platform environment, we created a lightweight package and dependency manager called APACK – tailored to the needs of developers and organizations for application development for the Cloud. Join us and learn about APACK, give feedback and talk with us about it. 
14:3000:15OrgaLottery Win a SAP PRESS book 
14:4500:15BreakCookies & Coffee   
15:0000:45TalkPatience of a SAINTVolker WegertInstalling an ABAP Add-On is fairly straight-forward. But... what is an ABAP Add-On? In which way is it different from Any Old Transport File[tm] - and why might that be a good thing? What do you have to do to get into the Add-On Zone - and once you're there, how do you stay there? 
15:4500:45TalkAbout functional programming and ist usePeter JaeckelFunctional programming is often cited but rarely understood. Also the advantages of thinking functional even in a non functional language can be of great value. 
16:3000:30TalkGladiusEnno WulffCode Katas and code challenges are a popular topic these days. We would like to present a framework where programming tasks of any kind can be defined and administrated . Users can chose a task, provide solutions which will be tested automatically.\tPrezi
17:0000:15OrgaFare WellSascha + Enno  

Cake Angels wanted

We would be really glad, if you could bring cakes or cookies. If you plan to add some cookies to the afternoon buffet, please contact us (please see contact information below)

Sessions suggestions

The Call for speakers is now open! Grab your chance and add an interesting talk! The session topics at SAP Inside Tracks are usually technology focused. If possible, the talks should be related to SAP topics... but even 

Please use the following Google Form to add your talk proposal. Four weeks before the Inside Track the organizing team will vote for the different talks and define a final agenda.

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Speaker (First Last)Title of talkDescriptionAdditional Information (SCN, XING, ...) Duration

Giovanni Rago

Test Automation in an Agile World: Introduction to Selenium and Appium

Agile software development has had a profound impact in how software is delivered. With delivery cycles sensibly shorter, how does testing keep up with the increased need for speed? In this talk, we take a look at the leading open source test automation tools for both web and mobile, while also introducing the protocol that makes them tick.

LinkedIn45 min

Stefan Schnell

SAP Integration Scenario - Web App Testing with Selenium and Mobile App Testing with Appium in the Context of eCATT

Based on my presentation at sitHVR 2018 I show the progress and realizations of test automation with eCATT and PowerShell. Many perspectives have been formed and the approach has been consolidated. In particular I'll talk about using Selenium for web application test automation and Appium for mobile apps test automation.

SAP Community
Twitter
LinkedIn

30 - 45 min

Volker Buzek

cloud-first...not - or: what cloud-based development can't do for you

though a valid development concept, a "cloud first" software approach won't always help solving the tasks at hand. this talk will show some excerpts from the dev reel where "the cloud" did good, bad, and the ugly.

@vobu30 - 45 min

Ingo Bräuninger

Custom Code Migration to S4HANA

One of the biggest challenges for our customers during the system conversion to S/4HANA (or Suite on HANA) on-premise is the custom code adaptation. These adaptations are necessary because of the simplifications (e.g. data model changes, removal of obsolete functionality, removal of redundant components) in S/4HANA compared to the classic ERP. To minimize the efforts for our customers to adapt their code the ABAP Platform provides tools to analyze custom code based on the so-called simplification database.
This toolset is crucial for the adoption of S/4HANA on-premise.

@ibraeuninger45 min
Enno Wulffsomething about ABAPtbd@ennowulff30 - 45 min
Laurens van RjinThe Hitchhikers Guide to the LegacyBring your towel! @laurensvanrijn  30 min
Peter JaeckelAbout functional programming and its useFunctional programming is often cited but rarely understood. Also the advantages of thinking functional even in a non functional language can be of great value.@hapejtboth 30 min or 45 min
Volker WegertPatience of a SAINTInstalling an ABAP Add-On is fairly straight-forward. But... what is an ABAP Add-On? In which way is it different from Any Old Transport File[tm] - and why might that be a good thing? What do you have to do to get into the Add-On Zone - and once you're there, how do you stay there?@vwegert45 min
Sebastian WolfAPACK - The ABAP Package and Dependency ManagerFor the first time in the 30+ years history of the SAP-proprietary programming language ABAP, it is now available as a dedicated product offering with the SAP Cloud Platform ABAP Environment. At the same time ABAP embraces non-proprietary version-control management tools with the integration of abapGit as central tool for the lifecycle management of custom code. By using these open source technologies, there is now a unique opportunity for a whole community to create, use and build on open source libraries and applications for the ABAP environment. In order to enable the ABAP community to efficiently use the new possibilities of the new Cloud Platform environment, we created a lightweight package and dependency manager called APACK – tailored to the needs of developers and organizations for application development for the Cloud. Join us and learn about APACK, give feedback and talk with us about it. @ WerkWolf  both 30 min or 45 min

 

Costs

The event costs EUR 20,- Including drinks during the event and lunch.

Speakers are free.

The pre- and/or post-conference events are not for free. (Everybody pays his own drinks & food)

Social Media

Twitter Hashtag: #sitHVR

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Sponsors

Thanks to our sponsors:

 

Host & main sponsor

INWERKEN AG

 

 

 

Sponsors

 

 

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We are looking for sponsors. If you like to support us don't hesitate to contact Enno Wullf or Sascha Seegebarth

For sponsors we offer the following:

  • Your logo on the SAP Community Network Space for SAP Inside Tracks
  • You will be mentioned during the opening and closing sessions of the conference
  • At the event, you can put some flyer and merchandising to one of the desks. Please no rollups.

And the best of all, by sending your employees to the conference, you'll have the opportunity to get in contact with plenty of highly motivated SAP experts.

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The event is organized by Sascha Seegebarth and Enno Wulff

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