SAP Tech Ed Barcelona Recap

I’m back to Barcelona in less than a year, I feel very lucky. Aside from viewing the beautiful architecture, having some vino tinto, ...

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I’m back to Barcelona in less than a year, I feel very lucky.

Aside from viewing the beautiful architecture, having some vino tinto, and endless tapas, the event was tremendous.

Apple again, had a highly visible booth, Ian Thain was holding a course for developers to work through the SDK. As expected, there was a heavy focus on Leonardo and HANA. But I was mostly interested in the momentum gaining for Machine Learning! There were 63 sessions with the topic included: https://sessioncatalog.sapevents.com/go/agendabuilder.sessions/?l=159&sf=522&locale=en_US

My presentation was inspired by all of the recent projects we are doing in Machine Learning, and the general fear or misconception that only mathemeticians can approach the subject. I demonstrate 4 simple techniques for anyone to get started, and include a lot of links to the sources.

I hope it becomes evident that ML is 1. Not that difficult to get started with, and 2. That ML will provide incredible new UX opportunities.

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Gavin Quinn

Gavin Quinn

Gavin Quinn is an industry thought leader and has a relentless commitment to making the SAP user experience simple, mobile, and beautiful. Gavin is the founder and chief architect of Mindset Consulting and has over 15 years of experience leading SAP projects for Fortune 1000 companies, internationally-renowned health care organizations, and government agencies. He got his start in UX design with SAP NetWeaver Portal and has quickly evolved to include mobile design using SAP Fiori and other web-friendly technologies. Most recently, his focus has been SAP ERP, SAP HANA, and SAP Fiori. Gavin is a regular blogger and speaker on the topics of mobility and SAP Fiori.

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