Coded coffee

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Tech coffee shop

German software giant SAP has gone into the coffee shop business in the heart of Silicon Valley with the opening of its HanaHaus cafe in Palo Alto, just around the corner from the likes of Stanford University, Facebook, Hewlett-Packard and a slew of tech start-ups, of course. The coffee has to be paid for, but there’s obviously free Wi-Fi, plus technical advice for those who are looking to take their coding and tech design skills up to notch.

The new coffee shop takes its name from the company’s flagship product, its Hana software package, but while SAP has 4,000 staff in the Valley, they are not based directly in Palo Alto. The firm says it wants to engage ‘beyond its walls’. 

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