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Reading documentation is usually the fastest way to learn something. But often, documentation is written incomprehensibly. Instructions from experts are easier to consume.
There are plenty of SAP BTP application development sources that are worth following. Sometimes you want to dive deeply into the technical side, while in other moments, you want to know what is new, so here I would like to share with you what sources I follow to keep myself up-to-date with the latest BTP developments.
Following content is an excellent way to learn something. The reason we rarely follow more things is that it requires a lot of work. I’ve set up my feed reader so that they are all at my fingertips in one place. It even tells me which entries have been read and which I marked to read later. This means more time for doing exciting work and less time for managing sources.
This blog is not a compilation of mere links to helpful content. I want to help you find your sources and learn from them faster. Today we will look for SAP BTP application development sources to follow and learn from, including my experiences with them.
There are many sources to learn new things about SAP BTP application development. If you know further excellent sources, why not share them in the comments below?
Sources I follow to keep myself up-to-date with the latest BTP developments
I’m always on the lookout for new and interesting sources to keep myself updated with the latest developments in BTP. From “the experts” to other BTP enthusiasts, there’s a lot of good stuff out there about BTP. You could spend your entire life reading blog posts, books, and articles and still not know everything there is to know about it. I’ve found the below resources to be very useful for me and you may find them helpful as well.
So here are a few sources that I regularly follow to ensure that I am up to date with all the latest BTP developments:
- SAP Community
I will regularly update this post with a list of my preferred sources to keep on top of BTP.
SAP Community is the central hub for all SAP-related content, with a majority of SAPler posting here. From my experience, there’s a lot of discussion about