A colleague grabbed me at SAP TechEd in Las Vegas in 2012 and asked me to talk a bit about our mobile development framework. Here's a link to a 30 second video with my thoughts.
Many, many years ago I created a commercial software product called ADT (Automated Deployment Toolkit) for IBM Lotus Notes. It was a very successful and award winning tool for automating the deployment of IBM Lotus Notes. After we won an IBM Beacon Award for Best Tool/Utility, IBM sent a film crew to our offices for a few days to film the video behind the link here.
At larger conferences, SAP sets up a television studio and records live interview sessions during the conference. I participated in one this morning - an interview about the SAP Mobile Academy we just launched. I led the effort to build all of the content for the academy (still a lot of work to be done - adding more and more videos over time).
My colleague Ian Thain and I got together last week and recorded an SAP Code Talk session about open standards and what it means for mobile.
My colleague Ian Thain and I recorded another SAP Code Talk session. This time, we talked about Kapsel, the SAP plugins for Apache Cordova that I am the product manager for.
My colleague Ian Thain interviewed me for a SAP Code Talk, talking about writing technical books.
At SAP TechEd 2014 in Las Vegas and Berlin, I delivered an introduction to Hybrid development using the SAP Mobile Platform Hybrid SDK. The session was recorded, so you can see the slides and here me present. The demo gods hated me that particular day, but the session was quite good otherwise.
In 2015, I had an opportunity to present at the All Things Open conference. Surprisingly, I selected to speak on Apache Cordova. This is a link to the video recording of my session.