SAP Community Spotlight: Devtoberfest!
In this blog post, SAP’s Daniel Wroblewski shares his Top 10 List of what makes Devtoberfest so great. Number 10 is that cool game board. Number 9 is how cat lovers and dog lovers can call a truce and come together for the sake of SAP Learning, as part of Petoberfest.
It goes on from there including SAP Build with 16 sessions related just to SAP Build and low-code no-code development. You can find them all in the Devtoberfest event calendar.
Devtoberfest is a must if you are interested in SAP Build. There are sessions on the following: SAP Build overall, what it includes, how it fits into the SAP ecosystem, and what’s ahead; Separate sessions on starting work with SAP Build Apps, SAP Build Process Automation, and SAP Build Work Zone, and much more!
If you didn’t take part in Devtoberfest in 2020, 2021, or 2022, check out the Devtoberfest page to learn more and register for the event.
Devtoberfest contest terms and conditions are all available now the group: Devtoberfest - SAP Community Groups.
Be sure to watch the welcome video to learn more about how you can participate this year!
This month’s challenge is to build a full-stack application based on the domain of tests/exams like in a school set-up. This holistic approach encompasses both backend and frontend development, leveraging the robust capabilities of SAP Cloud Application Programming Model (CAP) on the server-side and SAP Fiori elements with annotations on the client-side.
As this is the final developer challenge for the year, it will require extra effort and time compared with the previous developer challenges. This challenge will require putting into practice some concepts gained from the previous challenges and researching a little more to complete the weekly tasks.
It will cover essential facets of full-stack development ranging from database modeling, API development and consumption, user interface implementation and error/exception handling. Read more about how to participate in this blog post.
To help you learn more about the migration plan, we'll be hosting monthly live calls on YouTube to share updates and answer your questions. Join the next call in October:
Join the call to learn more about the migration plan and what you can expect in the new platform!
In preparation for the migration in December, Associated Products entries will change to SAP Managed Tags (to match the requirements/terminology used for questions and blog posts on community.sap.com) on Monday, October 2, and these tags will become mandatory for all new content entries -- including blog posts, discussions, and questions -- in the SAP Community groups platform.
There’s a key activity that’s common to any developer: learning. The world of development, of software, architecture, operations, and more, is moving at an ever increasing pace, and if there’s one thing that is constant is that there’s always more learning to do. Sometimes one learns best alone. And other times, it’s great to learn together. And that’s what Devtoberfest is all about. So over the next four weeks, prior to SAP TechEd, make time for yourself as a developer, make time to learn, make time for Devtoberfest. Check out the many, many sessions we have for you over on the Devtoberfest events calendar.
SAP Community Talks are back! And, this year, you can expect 20- or 40-minute sessions, which can be demos, interviews, hands-on, or more. These will be presented by SAP TechEd attendees, who wish to share their knowledge with the community in this unique setting. As always, there is a big portion of time dedicated to Q&A. If you are registered for SAP TechEd Bangalore, this is your chance to speak in front of the audience onsite and make an impact on your SAP Community! Learn more about how to submit your proposal.
Are you ready to become proficient in implementing and administering SAP Build Work Zone? Our SAP Learning Journey will guide you through the step-by-step process from initial deployment and system administration to integration setups and extensibility options. In this blog post, you’ll get an overview of the learning journey Implementing and Administering SAP Build Work Zone and how it can be valuable resource for your professional development.
Here are three new Learning Journeys:
Be sure to explore all other learning journeys and get the knowledge you need to succeed in your career.
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