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... are vital for the stakeholder and the tip person to be happy. When it is determined precisely what the stakeholder wants, the business analyst will speak with the IT department. The IT department shall be off and running. The IT department in many firms have developed wonderful things. You just by no means know what an IT division has accomplished for you until you stop and think about it. Processors run on code. Tiny processors are used ...
... This was once a freeway and some of it was taken out and replaced with a long narrow park. Beautiful sight. After a few more historic sights to numerous to mention, we arrived at Boston Common. Boston Common is a large park in the centre of the city. We visited Fenway Park which of course is the oldest Major League Baseball field in the Majors. Got to see the Green Monster. Fenway Park was built in the early 1900's in what is now close to the middle of ...
... to Harvard, the Co-op Bookshop and then MIT (the latter really an excuse to visit the Legal Seafood restaurant nearby. Oct 4 Hitting the road. Bags packed. A quick breakfast where we chatted to Dave and Rose who we'd not met before but who enjoyed the gift of a Guide to Boston from 2 pros to mere beginners. AVIS - very grumpy staff and then a journey in mist and rain mainly, to arrive in Camden, Maine having stopped on the way to collect maps, guides and take in the biggest ...
... row behind business class. This means I can stretch my legs all the way out and not reach the wall in front of me. Groovy. The girl next to me has passed out and I can traipse in and out of my seat as much as I want and do pirouettes as I go and still not touch her. I have spent a good deal of time down the back yacking with the flight attendants. One of them was born in Adelaide. Raised in Scotland. Lives in ...
... the middle of November. The "captain" and the ship's "surgeon" spun wild yarns about their journey that truly captivated many of our fifth graders.
We finished our day fifty stories above Boston at Prudential Center to take in the sights of the city from a bird's eye view. We then had dinner at the food court below and headed back for a restful night at the Park Plaza. Early to bed for us tonight!
Have a good evening,
The Boston Team