Well here we are in the middle of summer but that doesn’t mean we can’t have another episode of the Developers Digest!
I am so happy to get to host with my friend and colleague Kevin Muessig!
We were not together for the filming but we hope to be together soon at this year’s SAP TechEd hands on labs in Las Vegas!
After Kevin and I chat for a bit and we show a news clip, Kevin comes back and walks us through his recent Community Code Challenge on Kyma. Really good stuff with lots of submissions! Thanks to everyone who participated.
I am also really excited to have Jamie Cawley gives us a demo of CAP on Kyma. This a pretty technical demo where Jamie shows how to connect to a database using CAP, the steps show are available on SAP Samples of GitHub and you are encouraged to try this one yourself.
As I asked earlier this month, please send up as many questions as you can for the @#AskAnAdvocate and I will use you text (or a recording if you send on) of your question being asked and then answered on the next episode of Developers Digest.
Here is a quick rundown of the segments included in episode #2207 along with a short description:
Kevin Muessig! and Josh welcome you to this episode of Developers Digest. Then they discuss all the segments you will be seeing from the SAP Developer Advocates in this episode as well as ask a trivia question to answer at end of the show.
We show a recent clip from our weekly Developer News show that you may not have seen. This segment features Witalij Rudnicki and some information on SAP Analytics Cloud. All the news can be found on our SAP Developers YouTube Channel
|Code Challenge||Kevin Muessig! from the Developer Advocates team recaps the Kyma Code Challenge and gives a quick overview of all the challenge activity in July.|
Josh gives us an in depth weather report that is dark and stormy
|Demo and Expert Interview|
Josh reveals the answer to this month’s trivia question about how many employees SAP has, how many customers SAP has and how many countries we do business in with those customers.
|A wrap up of the show and a call to action to like, follow, and subscribe!|
Here is a link to this month’s episode video:
Thank you so much for watching and see you soon!