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Madhu Babu – SCN Member of the Month July 2015

Madhu Babu Sai is an SAP GRC and Senior Security Consultant currently working with IBM Singapore Pte Ltd, and the SCN Member of the Month for July, 2015. Madhu is fun-loving and kind-hearted and embodies the SCN community spirit of support and guidance. He shares his free time with other …

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Blog it Forward – Daniel Lippmann

I’m Daniel Lippmann, born on 22 December 1976 in Heidelberg / Germany. Don’t wonder – I have several inactive SCN accounts, so I write this blog again… 🙂 In 2000, I started corporate studies in business information systems at SAP where I saw into some departments at SAP. Thanks to …

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Results From another Area of Reasearch: Education Incentives

Not too long ago I worked myself into research about monetary incentives in education. Various economists and local initiatives experiment with rewarding students in school or university for specific performances. The most renown researcher in the field is Roland Fryer from Harvard University. Together with Bradley M. Allan he published …

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Jake Lee’s ‘SAP Success Story’

(Jake) HyungJik Lee is a positive, upbeat man who is full of life and adventure. He currently attends the Kelly School of Business at Indiana University and has an impressive list of previous coop jobs and work experience, not to mention the fact that he is a Student SAP Mentor …

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How to create a Public User (P-user) on SCN

Update per January 4th 2016: I have been notified that this workaround might no longer work, since it the URL used for registration points to the old platform. The correct way should be to use the »Join Us« link, but I am not sure whether this will help you create …

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Are You in the Know?

SCN is one of the most active communities in the world! And if you’ve been paying attention, you’re already aware that change is coming soon, big, exciting change.  Hopefully you’ve read Maggie Fox‘s blog announcing the Future of Community and One Digital Experience. Even if you have, you probably still …

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Are you Addicted to SCN???

See how SCN Topic Leaders are driving career growth via community engagement “No matter how much you know, there is still something out there to learn.”  I love this quote from Modak Gupta, 2014 Topic Leader, who is addicted to SCN. He and fellow Topic Leaders, Krishna Tangudu, Sara Iyer …

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Energy For Instance

We’re starting a project and are reaching out for help… The quick and dirty: Corporate utility costs eat away at profits while also creating an ever growing carbon footprint. We want to find innovative ways to reclaim that profit, while reducing carbon emissions, and simultaneously promote the MolsonCoors brand as …

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Dahn Pratt’s ‘SAP Success Story’

Dahn Pratt is a current Student SAP Mentor for 2015 – which is a huge honour considering that only 11 Student SAP Mentors were chosen for the year. Dahn is an avid traveller and passionate about renewable energy, social innovation and possesses a great eye for detail. Due to his …

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Blog it Forward – Solomon…Chris Solomon

     Death, taxes…and eventually being asked to post your own “Blog it Forward” blog….these are the things you can count on in life if you are an active member of SCN. And so, much like my Logan’s Run “life clock” crystal flashing frantically in the palm of hand (how’s that …

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Forever Young and Fresh

If you check my current SCN account, you’ll see that I am very new to SCN, however I am not ! I wish to start my first blog posting like: “Hello Community, I have just enrolled to this amazing world and I wish I will be a good contributor”. Unfortunately …

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the ‘Create’ menu

Being involved in many other community networks and support forums, I’ve yet to see anything as practical, time-saving and helpful as the Create drop down menu (image below). To me, this reinforces the commitment and value SCN places on member developed content and participation.    Whether starting a discussion, asking a …

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‘Moving On’ is always ‘Leaving Behind’

After about six years, I’m leaving my current employer. In the recent years, I’ve contributed a number of blog posts and other items to the SCN, and I intend to continue to do so. My previous user account, volker.wegert2 (actually, volker.wegert iswas one of my accounts as well, migrated from …

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SAP Success Stories

Hello SCN Community: Being a Student SAP Mentor for 2015 has been quite a rush and A LOT of learning. After finally deciding on and designing what project I wanted to undertake I came up with ‘SAP Success Stories’. What is SAP Success Stories? ‘SAP Success Stories’ is an initiative …

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Colleen Raftery’s ‘SAP Success Story’

Colleen Raftery is nothing short of a miracle worker… Being a part of the the Student SAP Mentor program for 2015, myself along with about 26 other students from around North America and abroad were able to attend the SAPPHIRENOW conference in Orlando, Florida this year. To put it in …

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SCN Migration Overview, Part I: Blogs

Anyone who has worked in the digital world long enough has been through a migration project. It’s a rite of passage for Web professionals. Technology evolves, new tools emerge, and it’s onward and upward. We have a strong vision of how we can modernize the community experience. It’s not simply …

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Recognizing SCN’s 2015 Q1 Featured Contributors

Update: In order to provide a central list across all quarters, the 2015 list has been moved to a document, that will be updated at the close of each quarter. Please refer to Recognizing SCN’s 2015 Featured Contributors and consider this version an ARCHIVE. Every week, the SCN editorial staff …

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Performance of the new SAP Blogs platform

I am a Performance Engineer on the SCN R&D team which is part of the 1DX program. This means that I’m always looking for ways to push our solutions with better performance for you, the end users, and also make sure that our clockwork will tick while the high workloads …

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João Sousa – SCN Member of the Month May 2015

Joao Sousa is the SCN Member of the Month for May, 2015. João is a manager in the Enterprise Applications division of Deloitte, Portugal, where he uses SAP products to drive technology innovation. João is passionate and fervent, and actively shares his perspective in community discussions, answers questions and contributes …

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Moderator Spotlight – Michael Appleby

Moderator spotlight is our way to show our appreciation to our SCN moderator. This time Michael Appleby is our Moderator Spotlight. Michael is a moderator for SAP for Mobile, SAP Manufacturing Integration and Intelligence, SAP Mobile Platform Developer Center, SAP Transportation Management, UI Development Toolkit for HTML5 Developer Center and …

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Are You a Rock Star Blogger?

Play the game to see if you are a rock star blogger! ***Please note, the video and game will close on June 30th, 2016. Whether you’ve been blogging since the invention of the internet or you are just getting started, there is room for improvement. Depending on how you approach …

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HCP Gamification Service – Publicly Available on HCP Trial

The HCP Gamification Service (beta) is now publicly available on SAP HANA Cloud Platform Trial. It allows to rapidly introduce gamification concepts into applications. The service includes an online development and administration environment for easy implementation. The underlying gamification rule management provides support for sophisticated gamification concepts, covering time constraints, …

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Blog it Forward – Enzo Yue

Hi every one, I was blogged by my colleague Blog it Forward – Rachel Tang , and I really like this amazing idea, so I would like to thank Rachel for the invitation. If you are interested in it too, you may join it via Blog It Forward (BIF) Chain. …

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Goodbye Spaces, Hello World of Tags

I’m sure you’re already aware of the organizing principle of the current SCN platform: People congregate, contribute, and converse all around the SAP “communiverse” in pockets called “spaces.” Spaces are essentially specialized communities based on SAP products, solutions, industries, topics, and events. I think the pros and cons of spaces …

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