THAT is a difficult question!
The SAP field is booming right now, and ABAP programming is not nearly as dependent on new implementations.
However, as a webmaster myself, I know that building something that enables people outside the physical structure, even the company, to interact safely (and profitably) is a lot of fun.
It boils down to this:
.Net is a widely used platform, but by no means a standard worldwide, despite MS’s efforts. It isn’t going to go away.
ABAP is the standard technology for the largest ERP provider. The more SAP grows, and especially as it is penetrating the small to medium enterprise market (companies under $500 US a year in revenue), the need for ABAP programming will continue to grow.
So, do you want to go with a new interest, which may have a smaller job pool, or stay with something you know where the need is going to be steadily increasing, but you may not feel as challenged as you’d like?
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