Object Oriented Approach

OOA is a kind of programming method to develop a software. it is not a regular procedural way of programming. it divides the data structure and functionalities into small parts to get the ultimate output with minimal impact on other functions even if any modifications made in one function. Here …

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Objective Oriented Approach

Objective Oriented Approach:                 Object-oriented programming (OOP) is a programming language that organized around objects rather than “actions” and data rather than logic. Historically, a program has been viewed as a logical procedure that takes input data, processes it, and produces output data. Object: The object is defined as an instance of a class. An …

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A Day as a Business Analyst

  I work as a Business analyst in a Company which has a separate department to provides IT solutions for their own process improvements. Today my work started with a standup meeting where I was assigned to a small project. They gave me a document with some minimal information about …

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A Day as a Business Analyst

A Day as a Business Analyst I work as a Business analyst in a Company to provide IT solutions for their own process improvements. Today my work started with a standup meeting where small project was assigned to me. They have given me summary of a document with the work …

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Conflict Resolution Techniques

Conflict Resolution Techniques : – Conflicts are normal in our workplace. Conflict arises when the thought process or interests of two or more people interfere with one another. There will hardly be a project where you won’t require Project Managers intervention to resolve a conflict. There are many reasons for …

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Scope

Scope The scope of the project is defined based on the client requirement and these represent the boundaries of the project. A scope is a high-level definition which includes the requirement and its detailed boundaries and deliverables. Any change in a requirement in turn managed by the change of scope …

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FISHBONE DIAGRAM

FISHBONE DIAGRAM HISTORY Dr. Kaoru Ishikawa,A Japanese quality control expert has invented the fishbone diagram to help employees.To avoid solutions that hardly address the symptoms of a much larger problem. INTRODUCTION A fishbone diagram, also called a cause and effect diagram or Ishikawa diagram.it is a visualization tool for capturing …

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HANDLING CHANGE REQUEST AS A BUSINESS ANALYST

Business Analysts should be aware of handling change requests at any point of time. It is very obvious that the Requirements are inbuilt to change and it will continue throughout the life. It is because people change their minds, tastes etc over day to day life. Let us suppose that …

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OBJECT ORIENTED APPROACH

LEARNING OOA CLASS: A class can be defined as a skeleton for an object or blueprint for an object or template for an object. A class defines all the variables and methods, an object should have. An object is an instance of a class. Consider an example, let ‘fruit’ be …

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What Are Use cases?

In my opinion, or you can say that in an easy manner a use case is a technique that captures requirements for a software application. If you have analytical mindset then this work is for you. But still, the question is same that what is a usecase and how to write them …

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