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Tom Van Doorslaer
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So I did a session on #sitNL  about Webdynpro sexyness in a #UI5  world.

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Oh man, my tee shot was so close, But it bounced of the flag and I still walked of with a darn bogey...
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Eastern evening on Valentine:
Memoires of a geisha
And an excellent Japanese Single Malt
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The Three corners of the Management Pyramid
I have a Sunday evening ritual. To clear my mind, get the stress out of my
muscles and get drousy, every Sunday evening, I take a long hot bath. It’s
completely pointless, as the hot water does little good for sore muscles. Neither
does the warm water clear...

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yay, got a package today containing my ordered NFC tags.

Now starting implementation of a mobile app.

key features: 
- keepalive (I don't want to mess around with the lock screen whilst tagging)
- Read NFC tags
- collect location data
- Upload via REST-based service
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Pictures of  Past and present #SAP   events

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Someone is camping illegally on my balcony...
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Watch where you point that thing
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British open and James Bond, perfect English evening.

Why is it, that we still do not have public eclipse update sites for SAP development tools?
- Hana Studio
- NetWeaver development studio (PO, formerly CE) containing BPM, WDJ, BRM, PI and other stuff
- ABAP tools (aka ABAP in eclipse)
- SAPUI5 package (I agree, this one is rather easy)
- Mobile development (as in, the sybase dev studio)

Wouldn't it be so much easier for developers (and companies) to simply install eclipse, configure a handful of update sites, and then just install the extra toolings needed?

For instance, I need the CE dev tools and Hana Studio. Click Click Install...

Now I have to digg through service.sap.com for the latest CE version, download the studio and install it. Then I have to go to the developer center at SCN to download the hana studio and install it. And now I get stuck with two eclipse instances, both for SAP development!

It's not like you can use the tools, if you don't have a licensed server, so why is it so hard to just create some public update sites?
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