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Thomas Dulaney

Many of the folks who post in SCN’s Career Center are students or recent graduates. Most of those have spent the last 20ish years pursuing education and are up against the age old problem: Can’t

This may actually be the MOST frequently asked question on this forum. It also happens to be one of the most difficult to answer. Most posters supply little, if any, background information. Additionally, there are

SAP purchased Ariba. I know I’ve been a little distracted lately, but, seriously, how did I miss this? This is HUGE! As far as I can tell Ariba is the last of the SAP-killers to

I’ve been to more than a few SAP TechEds, but this was my first preconference session. I’ve been tempted in the past, but TechEd is already pretty tough to get approved at most places, I’ve

Ten Things I am most looking forward to at SAP TechEd in no particular order. Reconnecting with old friends I’ve already ended up at a lunch table with a dear old friend. It was so

Administrative review: TechEd so far seems to be really well run this year. Preconference Registration: I found registration fairly easy and straightforward this year. No complaints, but nothing stood out as exceptional either. Rating: B

Folks new to SAP often focus on one career path: SAP consultant working for a top tier consulting company. While this is a popular choice, it is by no means the only choice. There are

Blogs for students still in school or who have just graduated. Advice for Students Interested in a Career in SAP Advice for Recent College Graduates (aka “Freshers”) Top 10 Tips for New Grads Entering the

This is Part two of a four part (currently) series. The full setup is in the first post, Web sites. First the outline: Web sites Books Classes Authorized classes Normal classes Academy track eAcademy University

This is Part three of a four part (currently) series. The full setup is in the first post, Web sites. First the outline: Web sites Books Classes Authorized classes Normal classes Academy track eAcademy University