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ABAP or Basis what has good career for a newbie?

Hello everyone๐Ÿ˜,

I have done mechanical but have no experience in programming field

  • I also want to learn abap or basis but not able to make a choice.

have some knowledge of c++ as studied in and do have interest in hardware/software troubleshooting as well.

  • I have bpo work experience but not related to mechanical/ programing.

pls suggest what will be suitable for me to learn ABAP or to learn BASIS.

which one has good career prospects taking future demand into consideration?

had asked it elsewhere but then thought of starting a new topic so here i am. pls suggest.

waiting for the reply of learned members.

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  • Posted on Aug 19, 2015 at 06:06 AM


    If you like Administrator job like installing etc then go for Basis and if you like programming then go for ABAP.

    Depends on your intrest but both are good.



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    • Sonu,

      Sorry for the delay ๐Ÿ˜Š

      Then, as the question of certification, but it is needed and will give you a plus in the curriculum, but not complete assurance that you are employed, though it may be frowned upon. To get as ABAP, as a prerequisite you need to know algorithms, operating systems processes, computer networks, materials that are much discussed in higher or technical courses in IT.

      Oks Raphael, already have higher education / technical course and want to work with ABAP, I start now?
      - No, you must run a training for the ABAP language, exist in the market unofficial courses and SAP official, unofficial, as the name says, will not certify it officially to the language, but, can they give you a base to start .

      Oks Raphael, will be hired after taking the course?
      - It depends. If you are newly formed in the module, you will have to start as junior, do not know how the Indian market, but I believe there are many factories, my tip is to start in one of them. Acquiring more experience you can compete more at the market, including worldwide ๐Ÿ˜Š. Your posture will also be assessed as a professional, do not forget that.

      My tip if you made an unofficial course:
      Engaging in technology and when you're comfortable, MAKE official certification.

      I hope I answered all your questions.

      Warm regards,

      Raphael Pacheco.

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