OpenSource and SAP

OpenSource and SAP

I had not been bloging much lately shame on me 🙂 Last week after many months I had the opportunity to visit our Palo Alto office. Thanks to the team I had a chance to discuss the hot subjects. when I got back I could not stop investitating on the following technologies. Namely opensource world. If you google on the top opensource technologies with the measured on the basis of received activity you would more…

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Industry 4.0 Panel and Minister of Science, Industry and Technology Dr Faruk Ozlu

Industry 4.0 Panel and Minister of Science, Industry and Technology Dr Faruk Ozlu

Thanks for Invitation of Capital Magazine. They have hosted me in a Panel discussion that was fully attended by our Minister of Science, Industry and Technology Dr Faruk Ozlu. I have tried to paint the challanges for Turkey and how we can play right to get a better position in Industry 4.0 adaption. This revolution is much different that all those that preceded. In previous industry revolutions there was a giant barrier for entry. Access…

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Moonshots for SAP – Where does S/4 HANA drive your company?

Moonshots for SAP – Where does S/4 HANA drive your company?

It is not easy to follow without any voice over but you can give it a try. I have composed this slide deck nearly a year ago and the after cheking it last night I really felt that it is even more relevant today. MOONSHOTS for in-memory computing from ugur candan I recently published an other PPT in slideshare. In this one I tries to summarise some interesting examples from digital transformation and in one…

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Traveling Salesman Problem and Digital Art

Traveling Salesman Problem and Digital Art

 Traveling salesman problem: Wikipedia: “The travelling salesman problem (TSP) asks the following question: Given a list of cities and the distances between each pair of cities, what is the shortest possible route that visits each city exactly once and returns to the origin city? It is an NP-hard problem in combinatorial optimization, important in operations research and theoretical computer science.”   In the mathematics literature, it appears that the first mention of the TSP was…

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High Altitude Tests Part1

High Altitude Tests Part1

As promised I will start my high altitude journey. My aim is to come up with some videos until next summer. Yes you are right it is too much time but I need to start from some where and there is too much to learn. Here are some basic sketches how it is designed for in the first place   Basic calculation and assumptions. From: http://www.chem.hawaii.edu/uham/lift.html Lift of Helium Balloons Dia. Ft.  Vol. l     Lift…

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