I have just stepped in to this wonderful community of SAP SCN and as a beginner have full faith on the community to support me to have a bright and sparkling career in SAP. I have seen some of the leaders here, which inspires and drives me to have the passion to join their legacy.

For sure one day I will make it to the Leader board supporting the new beginners down the line.

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  1. Andy Silvey

    Hi Deepti,

    welcome to the SCN.

    I can confirm, having never been to a Teched #SAPtd, and having only been on a handful of SAP courses, I use the SCN as a learning tool and a tool for keeping up with the latest things which are going on in the SAP world.

    I recommend you, as part of your strategy with SCN, to sit with each day, for 20 minutes and simply browse through the latest blogs, you will over a period of time gather the latest information and more on subjects in your area and anything orbiting that area and infact anything you are interested in.

    One of the greatest things is you can save these blogs as pdf’s for offline reading and later consumption to your personal SAP library.

    The same is true for Documents on  the SCN, I recommend you to regularly keep up with the latest Documents being produced and harvest information which is interesting and valuable to you.

    On top of this there is the SCN library which you can search for subjects which interest you.

    The other most useful resource apart from the SCN is the SAP Market Place Service.sap.com and there is mountains of documentation in the SMP and the OSS Notes which you can keep your skills uptodate with and use for learning more.

    With the SCN and it’s community and ever growing wealth of contempory information on SAP products, there is no excuse for anybody to say, there’s no place for learning SAP.

    I can say, I practice what I preach and harvest the SCN every day and have done since IvewStudio became SDN.

    Have fun and best regards,

    Andy.

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    1. Deepti N Post author

      Thank you very much Andy for the warm welcome and providing such valuable information. For sure this is the place to be for knowledge on SAP.

      Look forward to connect with such wonderful people like you.

      Best Regards,

      Deepti

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    1. Deepti N Post author

      Thank you very much Dibyendu.

      Your blog is very motivating. Congratulations for your achievements. Thanks for sharing it with me 🙂

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