For October, we take a look at the Future of Work as the Topic of the Month.
It’s no secret that human skills are the future. Skills such as problem-solving, critical thinking, creativity, flexibility, and active learning are increasingly in demand. However, it seems that more people are leaving their workplaces.
Which leaves the question, what are the top 9 Reasons People are Leaving their Jobs? There are numerous complicating factors that emerged during the pandemic to consider including playing it safe, inflexible policies, and early retirement. Read more in this blog post.
To learn more, be sure to join the Future of Work Community Call on October 25!
In this blog post, you’ll learn about the process of preparing a local development environment for the development of UI5 applications – including required installations, useful additions, and lessons learned.
Registrations for SAP Teched are open – sign up now!
In preparation for SAP TechEd, we invite you to join us for Devtoberfest. A celebration of and for developers, the program offers weekly tech talks, self-paced learning materials, coding challenges, special activities, and more. Join us live on YouTube!
Program for Oct. 25-29:
Oct 25: Hackers want passwords
Oct 29: Gaming Night
The Game: earn points and win prizes
Learn more about Devtoberfest and what’s in store for you in the next few weeks here.
The Emarsys 2021 Autumn Release is now live! In this blog post you'll find an overview of the highlights. With this release we have added a load of video snippets from the product enablement team.
Now, post-vaccine, when “normal” is finally within sight, why are so many of us making major life and work changes? A recent Microsoft survey of 30,000+ global workers found 41% were considering quitting or changing professions. More than 15 million people. quit their jobs since April 2021. A study from EY found that over half of surveyed employees worldwide would consider leaving their job post-COVID-19 pandemic, the reasons why are personal and nuanced.
SAP rebuilt SAP ECC from the ground up to create SAP S/4HANA in 2015 to take advantage of SAP HANA’s performance and data analytics capabilities. To start with a simple SAP ECC to SAP S/4HANA conversion, the foremost thing to understand is the basic difference between the two.
In this blog post, you’ll learn how you can write better code when using generic data references and use the new dynamic reference expressions to access components of generic data or object references. Usage of these new tools will make generic coding ready for the 21th century and leads to much shorter, more concise code with less field symbols.