For the first 3 years I worked as a Web consultant in a Web solutions company where I used to make business proposals,...
Since last year I have been working as an ABAPer where my company has given me in-house training. Basically, I am not having fun with coding. I do it, but I am not good in it. Although I am a computer science grad, I have not done much coding in life so maybe the inclination is not towards that.
I am enjoying being in SAP and would like to remain in SAP only. I was thinking of going for training in SD module. As an ABAPer I have worked with HR, SD, CS modules. But after going through some tips at this place, I am thinking maybe the right thing will be to do BW, as it is in between functional and technical and I do not have a management degree and I do not have module industry experience to support. So I am a bit scared that I will end up losing everything. What do you recommend?
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