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Blogs for students still in school or who have just graduated.

Blogs for folks interested in Certification or just in learning SAP functionality

Generally Applicable SAP Career Blogs

Blogs about the basics: terminology and information about specific subspecialties

Blogs for SAP consultants who want to go to the next level

Blogs about being an independent (a.k.a. freelance) consultant

Hope this helps!

Best regards,


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  1. Ravi Sankar Venna

    Fantastic job Tom. It is great effort to see all the wonderful career / education related blogs under one umbrella. The people should get benefit from this good work.

    Best Regards,


  2. Balaji Parsewar

    Excellent Job Thomas. This blog will serve as a SPOC (Single Point Of Contact) for all SAP aspirants as well existing SAP warriors. Such kind of innovative ideas will make this forum a better place for knowledge sharing. Keep contributing…..



  3. Thomas Dulaney Post author

    Thank you Ravi and Balaji! I’ll do my best to keep this blogroll updated. If I missed any blogs or if you spot any that deserve to be on the list, just let me know! -td

  4. Sylvana Chang

    Great job, Thomas! so many great information in SAP Career Space and we really need a blog like this to give us an index!

    Do you have twitter handle? I would like to help feature this blog on @SAPCommNet



  5. kavi prashu

    Dear sir,

    Sincere thanks for your contribution.

    i appreciate your work and  efforts that you put while creating SAP Career Blog Links blog, out of your busy schedule.

    Your contribution is very useful for people who wish to aspire career and education in SAP.

    i also wish to thank you for including article ‘Fraud institutions’ in your blog.. 🙂

    Thanks and Regards,


  6. Syed Nayeemuden S N

    Dear Thomas,

    Really its fantastic work you have made here…  Its fruitful to the people who are freshers in SAP with Domain experience….

    By the way, Im Manufacturing domain exp with MM Certification which i got recently on June month… Hope your guidance will take me towards my right path….

    Great Contribution….Thanks a lot..



    1. Thomas Dulaney Post author

      Thank you Kavi, Syed, and Naren. It is the feedback (comments, likes, and ratings) that keeps us bloggers blogging! Please post comments, Syed, when you make your next step on the path. I love to hear success stories!

      Thanks again!

      Best regards,


  7. Jarret Pazahanick

    Check out this real world story which is sad and I believe cases like this are extremely common and ultimately lead some people down a path of fraud or embellishing their resume.

    DOs & DON’Ts for SAP Career (Certification) on the basis of my on going journey from an Accountant to SAP FI Consultant.

    On a side note it is crazy to think there are jobs out there where people have to PAY to act as a “consultant” so they can get go-live experience on their resume.

  8. Paaavan Sharma

    Hi Thomas sir,

    The blog that you have written is so helpful to all of us. It gives us the true picture of how things happen in SAP market. I am into ABAP since last 3 years and I want to switch to

    Functional side and I have chosen MM module a I want to go for SRM. I have done my graduation in Commerce and after that I have moved to IT and after completing MCA I have got trained in ABAP and working in it. I have worked on MM in implementation project and

    now I want to become techno functional in MM and want to move to MM module gradually.

    Please advice me If I am doing right or not..



  9. Anastasiia Stefanuk

    Thank you for providing this list of blogs, which can be useful not only for beginners, but for experienced SAP consultant. Obviously, SAP consultant should always keep learning and get to know something new about different SAP products. It is not a secret, SAP consultant are very valuable and many different industries hire consultants for their businesses to implement any SAP system within it.


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