JAVA to SAP BASIS Career

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I have 2 years of experience in Java . Now i want to convert into SAP BASIS. Can anyone give me suggestions as it is right decision or any other steps to improve my career. How is the future of SAP BASIS career.

please send suggestions to my mail....
thanks in Advance.. :-)

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  • TomLiotta
    Asking for career advice in an open forum is not a good idea.   First, we don't know the answer. Nobody knows the future. Fifteen years ago, career advice might focus around the internet and technologies supporting "Dot-coms". But ten years ago, the "Dot-com bubble" burst. Five years ago, there would have been very little advice to work on Android apps. In short, the future is unknown.   Second, if any large set of IT pros did know what was good, they wouldn't be telling others -- they'd be doing it themselves and wouldn't want a bunch of others to start flooding the market. The advice would be to go into some other field that sounded good but had no solid rationale behind it.   Third, if the advice was any good, it's a public forum. Everyone else can read it. Everyone else who was looking for a direction would have a little higher tendency to move towards the same career. It only takes a tiny percentage change to cause a very big shift in market niches. If the advice was good when it was given, it would become bad before a career could be established.   Fourth, we haven't the slightest idea who you are. Advice about a career is effectively random without detailed kowledge of the recipient. If it doesn't fit your personality and aptitudes, it's bad advice for you. It also must take into account the recipient's environment. Advice might be great in general; but without job openings in your region, it's automatically bad advice for you.   Forget even thinking about asking for career advice on the internet. We don't know, and the advice will probably not be good no matter how well intentioned it might be. We don't know.   Tom
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