Volume 18 Issue 1
National / International Connection
Ten Things To Add To Your Resume -- And Ten To Remove Immediately
Most people don't like their resumes. I don't blame them! Most resumes are weak. They are boring, and they all sound alike.
BAs and Cybersecurity
By Ken Fulmer, President & CEO, IIBA
Board of Directors Spotlight...Judeth Tarter, CBAP
Vice President of Community Outreach
Judeth has been a member of the Bluegrass IIBA since March 2016. After becoming a member, she became interested in obtaining her CBAP (Certified Business Analysis Professional) Certification. She participated in a BABOK (Business Analysis Body of Knowledge) study group, which was offeredthrough our Bluegrass Chapter's Professional Development Program. She received her certification in August 2016.
March 21, 2018 - Leveraging BDD and Given/When/Then for Better Acceptance Criteria
Behavior Driven Development is an approach to developing software that focuses on the behaviors of the users and system responses. Gherkin is a language used by Cucumber, which is a tool used to automate testing....
April 9, 2018 - IIBA® Certification Mentoring Social Event
This dinner social event brings together the Chapter’s IIBA Certification recipients and those wishing to obtain their IIBA Certification. Attendees will enjoy dinner and networking with IIBA Certified individuals and IIBA Certification aspirants. Bluegrass IIBA Chapter is dedicated to assisting those seeking IIBA Certification, and invite everyone from those that are thinking about it to those who are approved and ...
April 13, 2018 - IIBA® Certification Screen-side Chat
This is a free online chat session with one of our CBAP® recipients. The CBAP mentor will tell you of their journey to become IIBA® Certified, provide tips & tricks on anything related to IIBA Certification from the application process to re-certification. Anyone interested in ECBA™, CCBA® or CBAP® certification is welcome to come and ask questions of our CBAP mentor.
So what is ‘agile’?
The Agile Manifesto was first published in 2001 as a call to arms for software developers. Through this manifesto, the Agile Alliance identified the key principles for agile software development. This was somewhat.....
Can't make it to live monthly meetings?
Beginning in August 2016, members are able to attend Bluegrass IIBA Chapter meetings for free (some restrictions apply). Remember to renew your membership to continue to enjoy the benefits of membership. Do you have more than 10 professionals who perform business analysis in your organization? Then the IIBA Corporate Membership and Bluegrass IIBA Corporate Membership programs may be for you.
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