SAP HANA SAP CDS SAP AMDP
Michelle has a lot of years working on projects as an in-house developer. She has done many different things including project management, developer management, BPX, and then back to my love of things technical. She has worked in most of the core sap areas. MM, PP, FICO, WM, IM and MII. She has moved to SAP HANA within the last two years.
I live a rural part of the country. Meaning I have Horses, dogs, and cats. I work from home which is quite fun, but can have challenges.
The session will provide some examples on easy to understand switch from "regular" ABAP code to CDS/AMDP. Those can be more of a take home. I'd like to cover the differences and yet another shift between the way we program now to the way we will program in the future. There are so many different languages available. How to tackle the change is hard. This session will reflect the switch to CDS from R/3 ABAP as a first of many steps.
Personal tips you might find interesting. How I overcame some obstacles. How to debug LTMOM, How to reload the material master, and other issues we had while using the tool.
It is not meant to train on how to use the product - just to talk about issues. Please bring your own questions from a current project. If you have something to share from a project that would be awesome!
The first part of this session I'd like to share some of the projects I'm working on. Pure good 'ole ABAP. On HANA on-premise. And with a tile in Fiori.
Bring some projects you are working on with ABAP as the main language, if you'd like to.
You'll be surprised at how much you can do with just the ABAP Language.
How do you write your first blog? What is blog-able? Why should you blog? What should you write about?
Bring your ideas - I'll share mine.
I share how some of my past employer's didn't like new ideas. I'll also share how I wore them down. And how I "gave up", and still learned the new skill.
I'll show you a blog or two I wrote about new things.... It is a never ending cycle to keep learning, but it is hard when you are at a company that doesn't embrace change. (I'm not in one of those companies now.)
Please bring your own experience(s).