“Scripting in a Box” v0.1 and “Scripting Languages”, SDN and SAP?

It’s been awhile since I made an update, sorry about that. Things have been rather intense at work as we move forward to develop the overall “Scripting Languages Community” within SDN and preparing for SAP TechEd, OK no excuse is a good excuse but despite all of that I did manage to update the “Scripting In a Box”, which actually got noticed and so I had to rush and get it available on SDN for download.Now the latest version of “Scripting In a Box” does not add a whole lot to the package for PHP specifically but available there with the download is another PHP project, a replacement for the AL11 transaction within your R/3 or NetWeaver system.

The biggest changes to the package where the additions of Ruby and Ruby on Rails.

There has been a steady increase in the number of PHP blogs available on SDN though and the forum has been quite active as well. Unfortunately I’ve not been as active as I hoped and therefore I’ve been trying to rearrange my schedule and workload a bit to compensate so I can actually start developing.

This blog here was actually intended to show more development with SAP and PHP but has instead starting to turn into a more information service of what is happening regarding PHP and SAP. I’m at odds though as both are very interesting topics and I happen to be in a interesting position to provide on both.

In fact if you’d like to hear first hand what is happening then join me on June 28th, 2006, Wednesday, between 20:00 – 21:00 CET (Berlin Time) for a online conversation (more info) where we talk about where things are going and get feedback from the growing community. This is the first one I’ve planned so I’m hoping the turn out is good and we get some good feedback, but to be honest as the topic of “PHP and SAP” is just starting to take hold I’ll be happy with 5 people on the call.

I’m hoping by the end of the week I’ll have another update for you especially in regards to one or two PHP projects I’ve been working on…

Tags: , ,

About ccmehil

A developer, writer, photographer, talker - words that describe Craig, but who is Craig? Craig is a person driven to interact and communicate, always looking to innovate over the years he's been through all spectrums of the development process for all platforms. He's built communities and helped define strategies to communicate and engage. Now though his focus has become more precise... With a major emphasis on interaction and collaboration Craig spends a lot of time both speaking and writing about effects of social in the work place and ways to improve efficiency through the use of "social media" in the day to day work you do.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: