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5 August, 11:39

There is a raging debate at the IT consulting firm where you work. Some staff members believe that it is harder for experienced analysts to learn object-modeling techniques, because the analysts are accustomed to thinking about data and processes as separate entities. Others believe that solid analytical skills are easily transferable and do not see a problem in crossing over to the newer approach. What do you think, and why?

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  1. 5 August, 11:53
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    I think that solid analytical skills are easily transferable. So, there is no problem in crossing over to the newer approach.

    Explanation:

    An experienced analyst possesses core analytical skills such as researching, critical thinking, adaptability, eye for detail and strategy.

    Now, the introduction of object modelling which differs from their current procedure will require a general orientation and if need be a thorough training on their part to get used to.

    A skilled analysts, they can easily cross over to the new approach of object modeling which involves designing and developing object oriented software modeled from objects in the real world.
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