Determinations in ABAP RESTful Programming Model
Rohan Bhateja likes to share his learnings so far as well as some of the best practices for implementing determinations in RAP (ABAP RESTful Programming Model) so that many of your queries are already solved before implementing determinations.
Analytical List Report with Abap CDS on NW7.5
Pierre Godart is sharing in this first Post and his second Post: Analytical List Report with Abap CDS on NW7.5 how to implement an Analytical List Report with Abap CDS.
Rime of the Ancient ABAPer
Paul Hardy is writing in his special style what he is doing in 2020. As always a very entertaining Post!
The most fun I’ve ever had with ABAP, with or without a server
Jörgen Lindqvist shares his fun attending Advent of Code 2020 and how his approach was by using VSCode and ABAPLint.
ALV Tree Report – Order Combination
Dishank Malde shares in his Post an ALV Tree Example. You never know when you need this ;-)
Clean ABAP Book Review – Part 01
Paul Hardy shares his first impressions of the ABAP Clean Code Book. I´m pretty sure this topic is important and should be treated by every ABAP Developer seriously.
CLEAN CODE, CLEAN ARCHITECTURE and NEW WORK
Estimation, planning, teams and money, some data
Allan kelly shares some important Background knowledge for Agile Teams. It´s a must-know knowledge for Agile Leader and Agile Coaches and for every Team that calls himself a Team that follows an Agile Approach.
5 Ways to Recondition a Waterfall Mindset to an Agile Mindset
This Post on Agile Times shares 5 ways how you can recondition or progress toward an agile mindset.
The Cost of Waiting for Feedback in Software Development
Have you ever thought about what it costs that you wait for Feedback during Programming? Piet Hadermann shares in his Blog some insights on this important topic.
What Architects are Not. What Makes an IT Architect?
This Article from Oreilly describes what NOT the Job of an Architect is. Sometimes I have the Role as an Architect, the Job is difficult enough if you understand you have to be part of the Team and support especially also with Software Development. Architects that get the Role of a "Powerpoint" Hero should get another Role Description like Technical Manager or Enterprise Architect...
Don’t Be Dogmatic: The Final Programming Lesson
Matthew MacDonald is claiming in his Post that Good programmers follow the insights. Poor programmers worship the rules.
The microservices fallacy - Part 7
Uwe Friedrichsen is tackling the actual Buzzword Microservices. In this Post 7 of his series, he explains actual reasons that justify the use of Microservices.
VIDEOS & PODCASTS
Transitioning from ABAP Programmer to Developer
This is a video from the SAPTechEd 2020 where Nabheet Madan explains his Transitioning from ABAP Programmer to Developer. I like this topic, especially because it has to be somehow answered by every classic ABAP Developer.
Determinations in RAP, ABAP CDS, ALV Tree Report, Waiting for Feedback in Development and what Architects are not
This week is fully packed with a lot of great Blog Posts. It contains a good distribution among topics, from Determinations in RAP, ABAP CDS, ALV Tree Report, Waiting for Feedback in Development to what Software Architects are not.
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Enjoy this Issue No. 43, and stay tuned for more content!Damir Majer - ABAP Weekly