I'm trying to learn ABAP but can't find any resources so if you friend has an opportunity to learn it he should take it
Originally posted by Tontang Bei:
There are plenty of books on ABAP on amazon.
Originally posted by siva kumar:
Thanks for the nice reply...
But still Iam confused; Is it easy to migrate from Java to SAP; is there any difference in the way you do programming and besides SAP consist of number of modules modeled on Functional domains..
Do we need to learn new skills
( Just for Info There are lot of Training centers in India who happen to train you on SAP but the only prerequisites is that you should have some exposure to a functional domain)
Originally posted by ankur prabhu:
Now why are you worrying so much. It's your friend's concern.
Ram Kumar Subramaniam wrote:Hey Siva,
Its 2010 now and I am curious to know if you made that career shift and let us know your experience.
Jay Dilla wrote: I hear SAP salaries are way higher then Java developer. ABAP is similar to a scripting language I heard and it is not taught in schools and I never seen a book on it in any bookstore(trust me I've been looking). I think you can only learn it through a company. That being said the new version of SAP will use Java in it, so there will be demand for people who know ABAP and Java.....