ABAP for newbies – Importance of BINARY SEARCH
Jordi Rosa tackles with his next blog the Topic on Importance of BINARY SEARCH.
CORE DATA SERVICES (CDS) and HANA
Access Gateway exposed CDS within the ABAP stack itself
Gmelig Meyling writes about ABAP CDS views, Service generation through SEGW and BOBF/SADL. For sure super interesting to read!
CLEAN CODE, CLEAN ARCHITECTURE and NEW WORK
World experts Jeff Langr and Tim Ottinger about the Evergreen of 'Test Abstraction'. Every of the eight describes Techniques will improve your Tests! A must read...
How to avoid comments about one line of code for cleanliness
A Thread on Software Engineering with the Clean Code Topic how to avoid comments on one-liner.
Spatial Data Science powered by SAP HANA
Mathias Kemeter writes about how to handle spatial data in SAP HANA. This blog covers data loading, preparation, basic analytics as well as the training of a machine learning model for predicting travel times.
abaplint + github actions: brief set up summary
Tobiasz Holtyn summarizes in this Blog abaplint and github actions.
HANA 2.0 Running inside Docker
Do you dream about a modern Environment within your SAP Landscape? Maxim Afonin describes his setup for HANA 2.0 Running inside a Docker.
Running abaplint from SCI / ATC / ADT
Lars Hvam - for me the ABAP wizard - shows how to Run abaplint from SCI / ATC / ADT. A must-read for every ABAP Developer who likes to use open-source Static Analysis Tools.
Proof of Concept: Deploying ABAP in Kubernetes
Richard Treu writes abut his 'Proof of Concept' for deploying ABAP in Kubernetes. This will helps you if you like to tackle Open Source Containerization And Microservices Solutions.
VIDEOS & PODCASTS
Tests Should be Specific
Kent Beck continues his series on Tests. In this video, he tackles the Topic that Tests should be Specific.
ABAPLint, Kubernetes, Docker, Microservices meets ABAP World
Modernization does not mean you get rid of everything you have. The more stable and by my over two decades experience is to integrate rock-solid running systems with new approaches. We have enough experience with the topic 'get rid of your old system and build a new one' This works in the past, but modern IT is becoming faster and faster so this approach is too costly and often too risky!
Enjoy the collected Blogs in this Issue. They will give you some inspiration and possibilities of Integration scenarios.Damir Majer - ABAP Weekly