thanks a lot for ur appreciation, still i am facing the challenges but i have determined that i will be the sap basis consultant , i wil really appreciate if u can guide me how to move further, as i am in a production unit where i don't think i will get some implementation experience in next 5 yrs,
I would describe myself as follows:
Bachelor's --> Master's --> Entry Level Job ( 1 year) --> Non-IT job ( 1 year) --> IT (non-SAP) Support Job (2 years) --> Unemployed (8 months) -> SAP Support job (several contracts in 5 years) --> SAP Functional (last 6 years)
Congratulations for the SCN member of the month recognition.
I am in the process of starting up my SAP BASIS certification.I work in a company that is not running on SAP. I have bought the book SAP Administration- Practical guide by Sebastian Schreckenbach.I have just started reading the book and hope to do my certification exams in a month's time.Am I on the right track? Have a bachelors degree and 4 years in support of hardware, software and databases but virtually zero in SAP support.
Is there any other book you would recommend to a beginner like me? Where can i also find other resource materials?
Nice to see this thread. Good Idea!
Bachelor - Campus (Got selected for a job with C/C++. Recession Hits. MNC called me for that after 1.5 yrs) - By that time I had 1.5 yrs work ex in a mid size SAP company & dropped that campus offer (Fell in love with SAP)- No prior Training (Was declared as an expert overnight SDN & its lovely users were my Guru)
Certification - 2011
ABAP & WF - 4 Years
Ahh ...still not familiar with the new scn. Just saw this post for first time. Interesting discussion going on
Here is the my path towards SAP World
Master's (Computer Science)
Campus recruitment --> On Training SAP Basis 2 Month
SAP BASIS / Netweaver Technology Consultant