Hanas World Set 09 [REPACK]
The crusher of hopes was eigth-seeded Hana Mandlikova, who, in the midst of a two-tournament hot streak, was not be stopped, not even by the No. 1 player in the world. It was unfortunate for Martina, and a bit ironic, perhaps, that the person to streak was a player not usually lauded for mental toughness and consistency. Martina may wonder for months to come why Hana chose the week of Januray 9 to produce her best tennis in two years.
Hanas World Set 09
The raw talent was never, ever in doubt. The International Tennis Federation introduced their world junior rankings in 1978, and Hana was its inaugural number one. She won her first adult tournament in Europe the same year, at age 16. In 1979, she needed just three events on the Avon Futures circuit before winning one and gaining promotion to the top level of tournaments in North America.
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\"One and a half million children that died is just a number,\" says George. \"But it shows what hate can do. Hana is a child that children all over the world can identify with. They think 'It could have been a child like me.'\"
"One and a half million children that died is just a number," says George. "But it shows what hate can do. Hana is a child that children all over the world can identify with. They think 'It could have been a child like me.'"
The reason for this writing is for my parents to say I did something extraordinary and let the Apple leader know how passionate [I am] in technology, especially Apple. Just to make the world aware that coding is not that impossible, instead it is an essential subject to include in early stages of child education, [with] the same priority as human communication language.
After analyzing some of the basic programming scenarios, programming with HANA seems to be a complete different world that ABAP developers should watch out for. While the database programming best practices still hold, developers will have the flexibility to utilize data processing statements which were considered expensive without HANA. Another completely new dimension to ABAP Programming will be columnar database concept which is also a part of HANA appliance.
So, what does this mean for ABAP Programming? Most likely, the complete removal of the need for the majority of data and application logic. Like you said in your conclusion, "a completely different world".
However, I miss the OO-approach here. In an ideal world, we would not so much be talking about "reading thousands of entries from VBAK", as "accessing the sales order object"... I've been playing around with the Shared Memory Objects technique recently, which (as far as I can see) applies the same principles as HANA, but in a more logical and (I dare say) intelligent way, by creating and storing objects - containing data and business logic - in memory.