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JoeBinkley
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Here's a guide for learning about SAP Build and becoming an SAP Builder.

The first stop in learning about SAP Build is a visit to our product pages on the main www.sap.com web site. There, you will find a description of the main features of the products, short "What is X?" videos, product briefs, and what we call "click-through" demonstrations. You'll also find descriptions of how the product has been used by others. Those pages are:

If you don't already have one, signup for a free SAP BTP account through the SAP Store.  The learning assets below will help you with the detaisl for enabling SAP Build.

Next, visit the The SAP Learning Center (learning.sap.com) where you'll find a learning journey for business experts. You'll also find lessons and tutorials for each of the SAP Build applications. You can even earn official recognition as a citizen developer by completing certification exam for "SAP Certified Citizen Developer Associate - Low-code/No-code Applications and Automations”.

For professional developers, we have several tutorials at our developer home (developers.sap.com). Start at the tutorial navigator.

A word on products names used in the our tutorials and other learning assets. I’m writing this a day before the announcement of SAP Build and the SAP Builders program. While we are rapidly developing and updating content, many of our content creators are really just beginning to use the full unified SAP Build product. It will take some time to get every tutorial or video update.  For now, don’t be surprised to find discussions of AppGyver or LaunchPad. That content is still useful.

 

 

 

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