On Friday we will have Learn, Hack & Play-Day. We will start with a bar camp-style ideation session,
to build teams and to decide on a small scale IoT project to work on.
During the day, different speakers offer intro sessions from SAP D-Shop (“Developer’s Heaven"), ideation and idea visualization.
We will have a Sketching for IT session, which helps every attendee to easier draw a summary of ideas and market it to the right people.
The whole Friday gives you time to work on your projects in groups (or alone) you can play around with technology and gadgets from SAP D-Shop
or just mingle with your colleagues. At 4:30 PM we expect a Keynote around IoT, and starting from 5pm, teams present their prototypes, both what the original idea was, and what you achieved on this day.
A jury evaluates the projects. Party & (Winter) BBQ starts around ~6pm.
If you're interested to join, please make your obligatory registration, using our registration apps below.
You'll have to hurry though, because there are only 0 seats left!
The mentioned pre-evening event is a dinner on Thursday, the post-evening event is the Friday evening party with Winter BBQ.(both on own costs)
We're happy to have you with us at #sitWDF on Saturday. If you're interested to join, please make your obligatory registration, using our registration apps below.You'll have to hurry though, because there are only 0 seats left!
The mentioned pre-evening is the Friday party with Winter BBQ, there will be no post-evening evening on Saturday.
Inclusion and Diversity is more important than ever! If you are going to spend your weekend with us, why don’t you bring your family? With #SitKids we would like to make a big step towards diversity and inclusion! We would like to create a colorful, diverse #sitKids where we give youngsters the chance to develop their technical understanding and skills, learn to work in groups with like-minded or different kids, while the adults join the regular SAP Inside track. We want to encourage kids to use their tecchi ability for relevant projects and not just to play around with their cellphone. Why should kids code? Code is one of the world’s most widely used languages, connected devices are already reshaping our world, kids learn better and faster when they’re young, Coding helps children to develop critical thinking skills and problem solving processes that are not only important in computer science, but also in life.… The list is long! On this day we will have several work stations with following technologies: * Makey Makey : (we have 2 sets). No previous knowledge required. Turn everyday objects into a “keyboard”. See video here. Always a winner with young kids. Look up the banana piano * littleBits: Small electronic components that snap together with magnets. Only require basic knowledge of electronics and computing. Even has a module that connects to the Cloud. * Lego Mindstorms: We have the EV3 kit. Build robots, program them, etc. You will need to have played with it a little before explaining it to kids. * mBot Robot: Same category as Lego Mindstorms. Easy to build robot, can be programmed using the simple graphical Scratch language. Also good to come to the event with a bit of practice. No worries regarding language! We will cover both, English and German! After you have registered you will receive an email with a survey that asks you about details (e.g. if you want to bring your kid(s) (name, age, level), and if you would like to volunteer as an instructor)
The ticket price is €20 for snacks, lunch, dinner and coffee/soft drinks. In case we find sponsors this price may be reduced.
Check the table below to see who has already registered for the Learn, Hack & Play Day(Friday)
Check the table below to see who has already registered for #sitWDF (Saturday)
|10:10||Clean Code with ABAP
|11:05|| DevOps@SAP Community
by Sebastian Wolf
|12:00||Cultures@SAP and "Über den Tellerrand (Kochen)
|13:45||What the GIT?
|14:40||Connecting BRFPlus to ABAP
|10:10||Integrating SAP ABAP with Amazon Web Services
|11:05||Gentle introduction into geospatial data and processing on SAP HANA
|13:45||SAPUI5 Custom Controls
|14:40||Extending SAP Cloud Solutions with SAP HANA Cloud Platform
Tsovinar Chugaszyan, Ilian Alekov
|15:45||Wouldn't it be cool to design and wear your own t-shirts?
|10:10||Am I a Dinosaur?
|11:05||Security in 140 characters
|12:00||How to learn with openSAP
Clemens Link & Michaela Lämmler
|13:45||Build your first OData v4 service using code-based development
|14:40||How to build an Amazon Alexa skill
|15:45||News from IoT unit
|11:05||Ask us about our work in SAP Support
Sabine Schmitt & Tanja Plagemann
|12:00||Relax with Svea (Pilates)
|13:45||Building a Microservice on AWS
Alexander von Loeffelholz
|14:40||SQL Anywhere - your flight mode DB server
We have already confirmed these awesome speakers for #sitWDF!
We want the event to be fun and rewarding for everyone involved whether organiser, speaker, attendee or casual twitter observer. With this in mind, please take a moment to read the code of conduct we are using for our event here.
The event takes place on a Friday & Saturday, so we definitely don't expect you to wear a tie. Extra points for UI5 or Metallica shirts though!
You might still get a seat. We are trying to get a bit more space available. Also, some folks that have registered may eventually not be able to make it.
English. We expect to have some friends of outside of Germany with us. (we may offer a simultaneous translation to Swabian and also Palatinate for the local participants)
All Community Members, no matter if you are developer, business consultant, architect – and with our new concept we also invite friends and colleagues and even family with no technical background. Share what you love by holding a session. Be curious to hear about new things & new insights and participate.
The facility is kindly sponsored by SAP SE: