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Community Manager
Community Manager

This blog post is a part of the Featured Contributors Blog Series where we highlight different SAP topics and SAP community members who were significantly active in them.

What is SAP Extension suite?

SAP Extension Suite, powering SAP Business Technology Platform, is the best path to rapidly build and enhance enterprise applications, processes, and experiences. The suite offers a rich set of capabilities, tools and services to enable customers and partners to quickly build extensions for SAP and third-party business solutions.

It enables you to:

  • Extend the value of business applications, while staying flexible and agile

  • Simplify your cloud application development with low-code and no-code capabilities to get more value and ignite innovation

  • Deliver agile process automation to automate and optimize processes and tasks

  • Connect people, data, and processes with engaging experiences

 Want to learn more?

I recommend that you review the following resources:

And watch the replays of these community calls:

Low-code/No-code development with SAP BTP - (5/7/21) - Learn about how to boost your company’s agility and develop processes and apps faster, without using any code.

Simplifying Approvals Across the Intelligent Suite via One Workflow Inbox   (22/4/21) - Having to check multiple inboxes for workflow approvals can become annoying for end users, and disrupt critical business processes.
See how SAP aims to provide a common, unified inbox experience for the Intelligent Enterprise. Take the opportunity to get your questions addressed in this session.

Virtual Tour with SAP Champion Murali Shanmugham: How to Stay Relevant and Up to Date with SAP Exten... (2/3/21) - In this Virtual Tour, Murali Shanmugham, an SAP Champion, will introduce you to the SAP Extension & Integration Suite, help you find the most relevant information through the SAP Community, and teach you how to stay up to date.

For more information about SAP Extension Suite, please visit this SAP Community topic page. 


Who are the Featured Contributors?

If you look at the right side at the bottom of the SAP Extension Suite topic page, you’ll find a section called “Featured Contributors”.

These are community members who were significantly engaged in the SAP Extension Suite topic in the SAP Community. They answered open questions, wrote blog posts and in general have the community spirit in them.

That is why I would like to show our gratitude by highlighting the current Featured Contributors:

  • bill.froelich

  • jitendrakumar.kansal

  • sriprasadshivaramabhat

  • manoj.khavatkopp

How can YOU become a Featured Contributor?

We review the list of Featured Contributors on the topic page on a bi-weekly basis, and update if needed. This means that you too could be a Featured Contributor.

The SAP Community is full of opportunities to engage, interact, support, and meet fellow community members. To begin the journey we recommend that you find the tags of your interest in our SAP managed tags list and follow them. Once you start following a tag, you will be notified on new questionsand  blog posts being published and when other engagement activities take place.

Then you can decide when you would like to engage by accepting answers, commenting, liking, following, or voting on questions and even submitting new blog posts. 

Do you want a new and cool community badge?

As thomas.jung shared in his post, the  Devtoberfest is back this year.

Wondering what is the Devtoberfest? Here is how Tom explains it:

Devtoberfest is an attempt to capture the experience of the pre-conference events, like SAP InnoJam of years’ past. It’s an event which kicks off the SAP TechEd season. Devtoberfest takes some of the best aspects of the traditional hackathon type event, such as learning by building something, but opens up the experience to the entire community and spreads across multiple weeks to better accommodate everyone’s busy schedules. It’s an event that is also designed for you to be able to participate asynchronous and on your own time schedule. As the idea formed we’ve seen an opportunity here to really build something that is truly a festival for developers.

As a part of the Devtoberfest activities you will be able to gain different Devtoberfest badges:


                                                                        [Devtoberfest 2021 Participant badge]


Their description can be found here, using the events filter on the right.

In order to win your first Devtoberfest badge, all you need to do is to register for the event via Eventbrite.

To learn more about community badge and missions please visit the Missions and Badges page and see how you can strengthen your community reputation and profile.



This blog post in which we highlighted an SAP topic and its associated Featured Contributors is part of the Featured Contributors weekly series.

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Happy to hear your thoughts in the comments section.