You know illusionists, right?
Folks like David Copperfield, David Blaine or Ricky Jay – we’ve all seen them and were left in awe and amusement when they performed their unbelievable tricks.
But what, dear fellows, is the mystery behind their magic?
A lot of practice.
Exercising and doing the same thing over and over.
Until the trick is perfected and the audience can once again be taken out of everyday into a world of magic – at least while the show is on.
That’s a great inspiration, so I decided to follow this example.
And so I am going to repeat one of my most successful tricks (Something new, something old…):
<…in a dark, mysterious voice…>
Dear audience, now observe and watch closely!
Here I have an ordinary SAP HANA and In-Memory Computing space overview column:
Please notice the elegant simplicity.
Acknowledge the structural stringency.
It had been like this for a long time now.
It’s proven, stable, trusted.
The anchor of the weary SCN space surfer, the anchor of … you get it 🙂
Now, hold your breath!
➖ ➕ ❗ SCHWUPP-DIWUPP-RUBBEL-DIEDUPP-SCHNIPP-SCHNAPP ➖ ➕ ❗
( << mutabor! >>)
Isn’t it amazing?
What do you mean, you don’t see anything?
Oh, dear optometrist!
Ok, once again for the slightly myopic readers here:
➖ ➕ ❗ ALAKAZAM ! ➖ ➕ ❗
<< bless you! >>
There it is!
Yes folks, as of today, this space has a new moderator!
Lucas Oliveira is an SAP HANA expert hailing from the lovely South of Brazil (somewhere around here)
So join me and give Lucas a warm welcome and make some noise if you liked the trick 😉 .
There you go – now you know!
sorry for the Comic Sans, but this is the only topic I could ever use it for…
Ravindra Channe and Patrick Bachmann: you guys are responsible for the theme of this post!