Saturday, March 12, 2005

Pay Rises After Three-year Decline

Pay for certified and noncertified IT skills rebounded in 2004 after a
three-year decline, says a new report released by IT research consultancy
Foote Partners.
See the article here.

Thursday, March 10, 2005

OO ABAP and Design Patterns

Igor Barbic explains in this article how to use design patterns in ABAP.

Monday, March 07, 2005

Sites about SAP Workflows

As I told you in my previous posts I have diged a little into SAP Workflows and now I briefly understand them. For anyone who's interested in the subject I have discover this 2 site of Alan Rickayzen, the author of Practical Workflow for SAP:
(tutorial about how to create a workflow in SAP)
(good FAQs about workflows.)

Other SAP Workflow article:
Why use SAP Workflows

And by the way. I managed to creeate my first SAP workflow from scrach.

Thursday, March 03, 2005

SAP Workflows

Right now I'm struggling with SAP Workflows, which are very nice but it seems to me that are a little bit tricky.

If someone has some links to SAP Workflow sites or some basic study material on the subjec please let me know.

Some SAP BW articles

Wednesday, March 02, 2005

New links to SAP blogs

Today I added some links to other SAP related Blogs.
The links are located on the right side of the page.
There is SAP Specialist, a blog of a chinese consultant which has also posts in english. Then there is Apolemia, a SAP APO related blog and Hans@SAP weblog.

Tuesday, March 01, 2005

SAP Blog

I have tried to find some SAP blogs but either there are only a few either I did't find them until now. So I decided to blog abot SAP. Why? Because I'm a SAP consultant, a junior one. I have only 1,5 years of SAP experience, one roll-out project and now I work for another project. Although I started as a MM consultant (I also have a MM certification) I'm currently working as an Utilities Consultant (Billing and Invoicing).
Here you will find things related mainly to SAP logistics and SAP Utilities, but also other interested things about SAP world.
For the SAP begginers, the first step to do is decided on a module and then start reading the SAP help. You cann't learn SAP at home, so you have to work for a consulting firm or for a company that use SAP products. My advice is to look for such a company and find a way to work for this company.