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Absolute Beginner talk ! 
Modified By anonymous  on 3/22/2010 9:26:32 AM)
Hi there,
i'm in my final semester Computer Science (major in programming), and i'm very interested in analysis and design and i hope you help me in the next:
1- What are the general requirements to work as junior System analyst ? 
2- Is there a real Difference between System and Business analysts ?
3- What are the popular and proper certifications i should acquire ?
4- If i have no future in analysis (because i'm fresh graduate) how do i prepare my self for it through the next 2 years .
Thanks in advance
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