Getting started with IT. IT projects SDLC. Development and testing. BDD. TDD
Getting started with Business Analysis. Everyday life of a Business Analyst.
Requirements planning, analysis and elicitation, development and documenting.
Requirements developing technique and requirements management.
Representation of information
User stories. Use cases. UML (Unified Modeling Language) diagrams.
Business Analysis practices.
Why IT Business Analysis?
Digital technology solutions are becoming more complex, there is a growing need to connect the business and tech sides in such a way that both sides complement each other. From this need, a relatively new profession of IT Business Analyst has emerged.
If you are a versatile, analytical, and communicative person, the IT Business Analysis course is a good choice for you. The course is created in accordance with the real needs of the market and is structured in such a way that it prepares students for a realistic working environment.
A practical task which should be finished within two weeks.