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Need guidance on how to start hana learning

Hi dear all:

I just stepped into Hana (without SAP experience) this week and to be honest, it's so huge a thing I believe, which made me lost in Hana, I know there are SAPUI5 for front-end development for Hana, but I do want to learn core Hana(in-memory computing) skills, could anyone see my post kindly leave some info and that would be highly appreciated, thanks in advance.

Michael

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    Posted on Jan 03, 2014 at 08:55 AM

    Hi Michael,

    First you have to choose if you want to become a HANA Developer or HANA Admin/Technical Consultant

    You can first start by learning In Memory Concepts, for this you can see videos on OpenHPI:

    Course: In-Memory Data Management

    If you want to learn HANA and become a developer,

    After that learn about HANA Studio and get familiar with it, then learn how to load data - Data Provisioning Techniques

    After that you will have to learn Moceling and SQL - for creating different Information models

    Later you can learn XS Development - learns JavaScript, Odata, UI5

    or may be learn River - new language introduced by SAP

    You can get all the videos for learning from HANA Academy:

    SAP HANA Academy | SAP HANA

    If you want to start learning HANA, I would recommend you to read my blog once:

    Want to learn SAP HANA? Where to Start? Certification?

    Regarding HANA Learning materials have a look at my another blog:

    HANA Reference for Developers - Links and SAP Notes(Part-1) - Updated 04.12.2013

    Regards,

    Vivek

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2014 at 05:25 AM

    Hi Michael,

    In addition to the links mentioned by Vivek, also go through the openSAP course on HANA development by Thomas Jung. It is a very nicely structured training course.

    The link is open.sap.com

    Thanks and regards,

    Anand

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