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Hello everyone!

Now im starting in the J2EE world because there is plenty of offer jobs in this area. Recently, they offered me a job with SAP PI and NetWeaver. I just started working in a Java project right now and im doing a master in J2EE, so i will continue learning this language but i will have lack of experience in the future if i change to SAP. On the other hand, SAP is better paid, but i dont know if its as important as is used to be few years ago and what is the future for this technology.

So my question is this one? Should i keep working with J2EE or should i change to SAP? Share your opinions and knowledge!

Thanks in advance!
 
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We can only make suggestions and can't tell you what to do. You will have to make such decisions yourself.
Are you working in SAP at present? You didn't say whether you took up the job or not.
What do you want to do? Do you like the SAP work? Do you like JavaEE (don't say J2EE)? Which do you think is more interesting?
 
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Working on interested area is more important. You decide your career, which one to choose SAP or Java.
 
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I´ve never worked with SAP. And the thing is, that both areas are interesting to me, thats why i wanted to know the opinion of the community, im not asking anyone to make a decision for me
 
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