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SAP Mentor blogs
SAP PO to SAP CPI migration lessons learned – video
Last week, SAP Mentors and SAP PRESS authors from the Int4 Team – Michał Krawczyk and Eng Swee Yeoh gave their very first lecture at the PIMON – Russian SAP User Group for SAP Integration. The topic of their presentation was SAP PO to SAP CPI migration – lessons learned. Michał and Eng Swee shared their experiences and conclusions after the first project of this kind at Int4.
Decoding Percent Encoded Octets in URLs
In the recently concluded CPI challenge, one part that was missed in most submissions was implementing decoding of percent-encoded octets that were submitted in the query string of the HTTP request. This was not stated as an explicit requirement in the challenge and therefore required the participants to have an implicit understanding of how HTTP URLs work. Those who knew this indeed scored higher in the challenge, gaining bonus points along the way – 2 out of 3 finalists implemented such decoding.
Mentoring at Int4
Mentoring is as old as humanity. The oldest references to this topic can be found in literary sources that date back to before our era. This word comes from the name of the mentor – a mythical figure, whose teacher was Odysseus – the personification of life experience, prudence and knowledge. Today, we use what our ancestors started, using mentoring primarily in business, but not only. The mechanism and principles remain unchanged for centuries. Mentoring is a unique relationship between a student and a teacher. The benefits of these relationships are mutual. At Int4 Academy, we care primarily for beneficial relationships for everyone – mentors and employees. About the culture prevailing in our organization you will learn later. Now, let’s take a closer look at the issue of mentoring itself.
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