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SAP CodeJam on #SAPRiver (Eindhoven, Netherlands)

SAP's CodeJam team visits Eindhoven once again. Most of us already know Eindhoven as sitnl city 

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Great visual! Wondering about the details?
The Blob, a shopping center
Flying Pins, large scaled art object
Evoluon, conference center (former Philips expo center)


Now back to our original topic: SAP River. Now what is SAP River? Please read John Appleby well written FAQ blog.

SAP River is a development platform based on the SAP HANA Platform, that allows expression of intent, to build entire business applications.




Or have a First look at SAP River, together with Graham Robinson.

And as we're all on the 'same page' now, let's study on John Appleby 10 Tips for SAP River developers.

Hungry for more? There's plenty of tutorials provided by the SAP HANA Academy.

Still want more? Want to become an experienced 'SAP Riverian'? Then join us to get your hands dirty with SAP River:

March 7, 13:00 - 19:00
Ciber Netherlands office in Eindhoven (Meerkollaan 15)

Don't hesitate, step into the future with SAP River and register today.

See you in Eindhoven (again).


Originally posted on SCN.

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