What is the right cocktail of soft and hard skills

in getting an ABAP job in the US?

On the recent Coaching call with one of our students, one very important topic arose.

What is the right cocktail of technical and soft skills in getting an ABAP job in the US?

Make a guess...

and see what's the experience in the US:

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Yesterday, we opened an application to the ABAP Spirit Coaching Program (the closing date is next Wednesday), …

we think about the way we help you gain ABAP skills by improving your soft skills at the same time that will help you either

get a new ABAP job,
or get promoted
or become a freelancer,

without getting overwhelmed or sacrificing your family/free time.

If you didn't see it, you can read it through here (with one extra video of how will it all look).

We are opening the application process to join this Coaching Program for only 5 people for the price of 100 EUR per month.

If you are interested to join, please...

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Take care and stay safe
  - Tom

Here are some of the things that you will get on ABAP Spirit Coaching Program:

  • How to discover your forgot skill of pure-souled child which is a MUST skill of a developer
  • How understanding the difference between practice and performance will dramatically increase your chance to be a relevant member of the team from the very beginning.
  • Alpha and Omega for getting a job as a Functional Consultant
  • Programming without a mouse
  • No need for hard googling. Regular Answers to Your Questions from Pro SAP/ABAP guys
  • Breaking the Myth: "If I know how to code, I'm a developer. - Being a pro ABAP developer is at least a mix of Hard and Soft skills (including communication, 4 aspects of code, proper documentation etc.)
  • No instant solution but long-term and long-lasting skills
  • Which buttons from the SAP system do you need to know about and which are redundant?
  • Why Statement "My code doesn't work" can lead you to developers' hell
  • The most effective way of transitioning Learned Knowledge to Practice (Scientifically Proven)
  • The surprisingly rare taught strategy of constructive errors making

And a whole lot more ...