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New Post 1/23/2011 8:41 PM
User is offline jithoo
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Who's the best fit? 

 Hi,

Talking in terms of the people involved in the SDLC, who is the best fit for a business analyst?

Is it the developer, tester or a technical writer?

 

 

 
New Post 6/15/2011 1:31 PM
User is offline NitWitNick
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Re: Who's the best fit? 

The best Business Analysts I have worked with have been consultants that had been previous developers (Technical Programming and Relational Database background) in places where they had heavy client-facing interactions. They understood the whole SDLC process and could take a project from beginning to end, filling in where needed in any phase of the project.

 

The SDLC Phases are:

Project Selection - (When I get to a site, the project has usually already been selected...with a projected budget and deadline)

Initiating

Planning

Requirements Definition

Functional Design

System Design

Programming and Development

Integration and Testing

Installation and Acceptance

Closing

Maintenance

Retirement (Sun Set)

 
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