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New Post 10/26/2009 9:46 AM
User is offline Tony Markos
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Re: Models to Functional Requirements 

Kmajoos:

It really sounds like you are implying that I (Tony Markos) am resistive of learning and trying new techniques.  Is that what you are trying to say?    If it is, that is a non-truth, and I would like you to reframe from telling non-truths.   I don't tell non-truths about you.  And such behavior gives a "black eye" to  professional forums such as this.

The truth is that I have done ample studying on and have ample experience with Business Process Modeling.   I am also experienced with use cases and user stories.

Tony

 

 
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