SAP Developer Network Newsletter

1. How to Get the Most Out of ABAP and Java in the Context of SAP Technology
2. Updates on the SAP HANA Roadmap and Overall In-Memory Strategy
3. SUP Developer Program Videos

1.How to Get the Most Out of ABAP and Java in the Context of SAP Technology

Is ABAP better than Java? Or is Java better than ABAP? This first article in a two-part series shows you that it isn't a question of which development language is better; the choice depends on the situation, and sometimes the answer is both ABAP and Java. Read this SAPinsider article for more details, then see the custom development page.

2.Updates on the SAP HANA Roadmap and Overall In-Memory Strategy

Uddhav Gupta and Tom Kurtz provide a 60-minute overview on the latest and greatest in the SAP in-memory computing world, including how SAP HANA appliance software has helped numerous customers solve critical business problems. See our customer videos and visit the Technology Innovation page. Then read SAP Mentor Rukhshaan Omar's blog, Should Every Problem Be Solved by SAP HANA?

3.SUP Developer Program Videos

Learn about the various aspects of the Sybase Unwired Platform in these short educational videos. Among other topics, you'll learn how to populate SUP Hybrid Web Container for BlackBerry, how to get started with development on SUP, and customize mobile workflow. Check back often for new videos.

4.SAP Drinks Its Own Champagne When It Comes to SCN Reporting

In this new blog, Ramakrishnan Parthasarathy looks at SCN's migration to Jive 5.0. He discusses using SAP BO Xcelsius, SAP BO Crystal Reports, SAP BO Explorer and SAP HANA to get data faster. He also covers the possible challenges, from a reporting standpoint, involved when moving from one platform to another.

5.Displaying Internal Tables in the Debugger in NetWeaver 7.0 EHP2

The New ABAP Debugger, introduced with NetWeaver 2004s, came with a table tool for displaying the contents of internal tables. With NetWeaver 7.0 EHP2 and with NetWeaver 7.30, the table tool has been expanded to make it easier to use. In this blog, Stephen Pfeiffer discusses the details.

6.Why Is Autumn My Favorite Time of Year? SAP TechEd 2011!

Christina Miller, content manager for SAP TechEd 2011, explains why she loves autumn. Michelle Crapo offers some guidance on what to do once you get to SAP TechEd 2011. Lectures? How about InnoJam? Also check out Karl Kessler's blog on Custom Development at TechEd 2011: Leverage Your On-premise and On-demand Development Skills and view the Mobility Innovation Agenda designed to assure your success at SAP TechEd. And don't forget – Beijing registration is now open! Check out the new area page to complete your Beijing registration.

7.Top Tweets: SAP HANA, NetWeaver 7.3 Ramp-up, SAP ByDesign

Terrific big picture article on #Hana and how #SAP has positioned itself for success vs. its main competitor: - @CoreyChubon

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