SAP Young Thinkers - Learning Festival at Snap! Con 2020

July 27 - August 1, 2020

Dear Young Thinkers,

Welcome to our SAP Young Thinkers Learning Festival at Snap!Con 2020 Community Page. Here, you will be able to find all our materials for the self-paced learning modules.

You can find the rest of the festival program and session catalog on our event website. The main program exists of:

  • Kick-Off: July 27
  • Learning Sessions: July 27 - 29 *By Pre-Registration Only
  • Self-Paced Learning: July 27 - 29
  • Show & Tell: August 1

In case of any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us via

Your SAP Young Thinkers Team

Self-Paced Learning Modules

Discover your talents with our self-paced learning modules below! They will be available throughout the event and we will offer support if you get stuck. In case these learning modules are not enough to satisfy your hunger for Snap!, check out our learning experiences on our main community page here.

    Quick Introduction to ´╗┐Snap!

    Level: Beginners

    You are completely new to Snap! and want to learn what it is about? Watch this cool video by our Snap! developer Bernat Romagosa to understand the basics.

    Click here to watch the video (EN)

    Click here to watch the video with German subtitles (DE)

    Discover Art with Snap!

    Level: Beginners & Intermediate

    Who says you need pen and paper to be an artist? Learn how to create art pieces like Andy Warhol, Josef Albers and Jackson Pollock with programming! At the end of this module, we will have created masterpieces that become part of our Snap! picture gallery for the Show & Tell of the festival. See the module teaser here.

    Support will be available within the Mural board of the module. Just post your questions on a sticky note and your peers or we as the event team will help out. Also, feel free to answer to questions of your peers and support them.

    Click here to start the module

    Create Your Own Interactive Weather Map

    Level: Intermediate

    What would be the news without the weather forecast? And what would be the forecast without a map? But would it not be nice to have your very own weather map, in which you can click and change the parameters? If you follow the steps of this learning module, you will be able to do exactly that.

    Support will be available via email at

    Click here to start the module