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Nice way to get interview/exam/entrance test questions answered :)

Hello,

thiswww.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/profile?userid=3702602">this> user seems to have found a novel way of getting a few questions answered that he needs to get solved 😊

A simple check of the ABAP General forums shows how "industriously" he is "studying" 😊

Sameer

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    Posted on Nov 29, 2007 at 04:11 PM

    I agree. I feel sorry for whatever business who would hire him or any other individuals looking to be spoon-fed answers so they can slide their way through a Job Interview. The greatest adventure in SAP is trying to solve problems on your own. Not that you won't run into obstacles along the way, that is where other resources can help you.

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      Hallo Mike,

      "The greatest adventure in SAP is trying to solve problems on your own." You hit the nail on the head there. I started about a year ago with SAP NetWeaver during my student internship and found it so interesting that I wrote my master thesis too about it (concerned with NetWeaver I mean).

      All the time, the forums, the help website and thanks to my company, my S-User ID helped me out tremendously. The solving problems on my own part was the one which has now got me really hooked on NetWeaver.

      It's a shame to see how people can stoop to such idioticity (I hope that's a word 😊 ) in order to try and get a job about something they obviously know nothing about and obviously also don't WANT to know anything about...

      Bye,

      Sameer

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