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Subject:Re: Anyone a Business System Analyst? From:Annamaria Profit <inteltek -at- erols -dot- com> To:John Prince <JPrince -at- e-talkcorp -dot- com> Date:Mon, 02 Oct 2000 17:09:01 -0400
Gawd JP, You've just made it into megabucks wonderland!
Congratulations! When are we going to dinner? ; )))
John Prince wrote:
> I just accepted a new position as a Business System Analyst (BSA) - and I'm
> excited about it. It's a *little* different in what I'm doing now because I
> design the software (based on internal and customer feedback), make a prototype
> of it (in VB or JAVA, depending) and then write the functional spec for it. When
> that's complete, I hand over the prototype to the development team and they
> build the actual app.