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User is offline Michiel Erasmus
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The Business Analyst Podcast -- something for everyone 


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This podcast aims to bring you interviews with real Business Analyst in the "trenches".Its one thing to read books, surf the web for information but, 100x better to first hand tips, tricks & advice from someone who is actually out there doing it. The podcast will feature interviews with the top BA's who unselfishly share their years of experience, insights and "Eureka!"-moments with us.  Personally its my own discovering journey to develop myself from the proverbial cubicle environment with pizza-cola surrounded by servers and uber-nerds. its an exploration to get out to the Real World where end-users are living.


Episode 007: How to become a Business Analyst. My story.

Episode 006: Doug Goldberg interview part 2 of 2

Episode 005: Interview with with Marc Thibault pt 2, verifying use cases

Episode 004: Doug Goldberg reveals unit testing part 1 of  2

Episode 003: Requirements management introduction with Jen Fox of Shining Wave Consulting LLC

Episode 002: use Cases, storyboarding, role of BA with Marc Thibault  part 1

Episode 001: Interview with Alexander Baikin


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