Module B A.Suppose you are a project manager using a waterfall development-based methodology ona large complex project. Your manager has just read the latest article in Computerworld that advocates replacing this methodology with prototyping and comes to you requesting that you switch. What would you say?
codes to back up their design. Since throwaway prototypes are just a bunch of mock ups on how it should work without the actual codes, it shows the ideal feel of what the whole process will look like. And the waterfall based methodology provides sequenced work from phase to phase thus combining both will result in an almost complete and accurate system of procedures. C. Look on the web for different kinds of job opportunities that are available for people who want analyst positions? Compare and contrast the skills that the ads ask for to the skills that we presented in this chapter.According to Glassdoor.com, an analyst positions include: Cash analyst, Data Analyst, Real Estate Financial Analyst, Senior Programmer Analyst, Financial Analyst, etc. For Data Technologies, they require many job skills which include:●Candidates must have strong experience in information technology data analysis, Dataprofiling, Data mapping, Data modeling – conceptual, logical, physical, and relational,Data cleansing, Data visualization, SQL – for queries, profiling, and analysis, ERwin (desired), PowerPoint and Excel●They must understand the difference between relational and dimensional data modeling●They should have target mapping experience: must be able to understand and identify details about the source and target data and what transformational logic needs to occur.●
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