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Wanted: Career Direction Suggestion

Hello Folks,

I am Certified 2002 Basis Administrator and I finished BW course on my own. My eye is on Security. I was thinking of doing BW or Security certication. I am wondering which direction I should take next to pursue my career step. I am planning to take certification in any of the above area. Any ideas, suggestions is highly appreciated.

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    Posted on Oct 30, 2006 at 11:07 AM

    I agree with Arun's suggestion that it would be advisable to carry on within the same(BASIS) stream as to switching (BW) unless so are really fed up with that !!

    I feel taking a step forward on the same path would make you reach the destination faster as to change of track and returning to starting point.

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    Anurag

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  • Posted on Oct 30, 2006 at 07:55 AM

    Mike,

    I would put the same question back to you...

    do you want to be in BASIS or want to come out of BASIS ?

    if it is BASIS and more - you can look at security otherwise you can look at BW but then if you get into BW - you would be into BW BASIS ( which would mean that there would not be much value attached to the BW certification ) or BW consultant ( which would mean that there would not be much value attached to the BSISI certification you already have)

    I would suggest security but then it is up to you.

    Arun

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