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Jeff Word, Thomas Jung, Rich Heilman 
HANAfy your ABAP skills
ABAP gurus Thomas and Rich explain how to HANAfy your ABAP skills. Get a SQL book and read twice, at least ;-) In the past you had to stay away from the database, now you have to get close with the database. And for customers: what to do with all your custom developments.

Vitaliy Rudnytskiy
Developing and deploying applications on SAP HANA
Clear explanation of all the underlying parts of SAPHCP with example use cases by SCN community members.

Sharon Om
What’s New in SAP Lumira 1.27 (summary)
See the new features of Lumira: How BW is connected directly, How you can play with Big Data scenarios, Compare data with other time periods, … Lots of new stuff and a very interesting community discussion at the end.

David Ludlow
HCM Solution options for S/4 HANA
What if you run SAP HCM and do not want to step into SAP’s cloud HR solution SuccessFactors (yet). What if you you plan to go to S/4HANA in the cloud but leave your HCM on premise. SAP now has foreseen this scenario and supports customers with a slow migration path to cloud solutions. But to be clear, it’s a end of life scenario. HR investments will be in SuccessFactors, not in SAP HCM on premise.

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