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Learning SAP HANA with out any knowledge of SAP

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I am web developer. I have 8 years of experience into IT. I have very good knowledge on PHP, MYSQL and other UI technologies. I wanted to learn SAP HANA, but i have no idea about SAP at all. Would it be helpful to take my career to next level.

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  • Posted on Dec 13, 2014 at 11:39 AM

    Hello Pradeep,

    I am a new bee to SAP HANA but here are my thoughts based on what what I have read & understood so far but I would encourage the experts on this board to fine tune this response or correct me where ever appropriate.It would be advantageous for you if you know any relational database and programming languages (like Java Script, HMTL5, etc) as it would give you a jump start and would be easier for you to understand how programming is done in SAP HANA.

    And I am sure that most of the members would agree that learning new technology which has a great future is always a good thing.

    It is not a mandatory for someone to know SAP in order to learn SAP HANA, but it would be great to know (or pick up as and when you can) SAP and SAP terminologies as eventually end up integrating SAP HANA to some other SAP system sooner or later.

    There are lot of good blogs and other materials that you help you to start exploring SAP HANA. Please refer to Getting Started with HANA section at SAP HANA Developer Center, which would give you a great start.

    Happy Learning.

    Thanks,

    -Prashant.

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