With Devtoberfest around the corner, we are curious: what are you looking forward to learning or doing at the event this year? What’s your top reason for attending Devtoberfest?
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Ummm nice question 🤔
My main reason could be summarized as networking and to see an event in which the whole community participates 😁. As for my main topics are best practices and web components with React. On the challenge side it would be great to have some scripting challenge with BTP Cli , some related to web components or a security challenge like SQL Injection/RFI (this one is more complicated ... but it would be pretty cool to learn the red team side).
Anyway, thanks to all who help to set up the event!
@thomas_jung Thanks for organizing this opportunity, well be looking forward to maybe Seeing you somewhere in Wdf 😃
Congrats and many thanks for making the Devtoberfest happen again!
I am looking forward to having new networking opportunities with the SAP Community and seeing what the most relevant current topics in SAP tech are.
To be more specific, I am interested in seeing ways for ABAP developers to further develop skills in either ABAP or non-ABAP environments.
Last years Devtoberfest was an excellent opportunity (and challenge) to make work of the backlog of topics 'I still wanted to learn more about'. Both the gamification- and fun-aspect kept me motivated and going the entire 'fest'.
For this year, I'm hoping it'll have the same result. A lot of information and challenges that will help me grow some more and have fun at the same time.
absolutely looking forward to look into and tinker with all kind of topics and technologies, I do not get the chance to during my daily job. Probably most looking forward to the Analytics and UI tracks this year.
Last year was a blast and I am absolutely looking forward to this years event.
Thanks to you and the team!
I am looking forward to do lots of tutorials, attend sessions and learn about how different services could be used. Opportunity to ask questions during the sessions would be a plus.
Devtoberfest 2020 was the one which I followed E2E, not the 2021 one due to different reasons. This year I am going to spend lots of time on Devtoberfest.
I am just excited for Devtoberfest this year, as anyone else. This is my 2nd Devtoberfest, and I am really looking forward for a great learning experience.
My motivation is to learn some new things, build my network, participate in all the live sessions as much as I can, and of course, participate in all the gamification activities. I am looking forward to learn about SAP AppGyver.
For my first Devtoberfest, I am excited to see that there will be a lot of talks about SAP Work Zone (a topic I am keen on delving into with regards to an ongoing IBP project). At the same time, I will try to attend some entry-level (a way to describe topics which don't seem too daunting, being a code rookie) topics such as process automation, containerization and low-code/no-code.