INTERNET APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT
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by Sheila Zhang
As another new year begins, it is a good time to find some trends and get started.
Return of Key Trends Shows Business Analysts Staking Their Claim in 2014 (Top 10 Business Analysis Trends)
I agree with most of the trends mentioned in this post, because some of them are what I am experiencing now, like “Business analysts and systems analysts will need to develop interchangeable skill sets,” and “The role of the BA and PM will continue to overlap in small to medium-size organizations.”
“Organizations will move away from creating huge, monolithic business requirements documents—you know, the kind that makes a THUD when it hits the conference table. It’s bad news for contractors because the louder the THUD the higher the price! ...” That is so interesting. I didn’t think about it this way before.
10 Web design trends you can expect to see in 2014
It sounds fun to do a “Fonts with personality,” “Flat,” “Large hero areas, “Focus on mobile“, “Videos in place of text,” “Long scrolling sites,” “Simple color schemes,“ “Simplified content,“ “Dropping the sidebar“, “Manipulated imagery“, “Bonus: Crazy, sexy, cool stuff“ design in 2014.
Top 10 Technology Trends for 2014
There are so many technologies coming up to the world. Behind them are bunch of business analysts, project managers, developers, testers… Knowing the trends will keep our skills updated.
Top 8 ERP Trends for 2014
"This will be the year that two-tier ERP hits its full stride as large enterprise companies that have invested heavily in cumbersome on-premise ERP rapidly turn to more agile, easily deployed systems that can be rolled out to subsidiaries and new divisions without having to rip out SAP and Oracle at headquarters," said Nelson, NetSuite's CEO.
I hope these inspire you with new goals for 2014.