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Get an overview of how to understand the challenge and problem requirements in order to come up with a viable solution.

Now in its 5th year, the Hawaii Annual Code Challenge is kicking off a series of fun and exciting workshops to deepen the depth of its participants and Hawaii’s technology community.

HACC’s fourth workshop features strategies on how to evaluate a challenge and determine the best course of finding a solution through a strategic requirement gathering process.

This introduction to requirements gathering is meant to help you think differently about how to interact with people looking for technical solutions to their problems.

Instructors:

Dylan Souza

Dylan Souza is a Senior Business Analyst at Servco Pacific, Inc. He has had the opportunity to be involved in both waterfall and agile projects. Dylan has led and managed the requirements process for complex projects and also executed the product owner role for a highly visible enterprise project. Dylan also serves on the IIBA Hawaii Chapter board as the director of programs and professional development.

Margaret Latonio

Dr. Margaret Latonio joined HawaiiUSA Federal Credit Union’s IT Leadership team in 2019 and manages a team of Business Analysts. In this role, Margaret has applied her previous experience to transform the team from system support analysts to business analysts/internal consultants. This transition supports the IT Department’s vision of being a “business-led” IT organization. Margaret previously worked at Hawaii Medical Services Association (HMSA) for 12 years where she developed and implemented a business analyst development program. She is an active member of the IIBA Hawaii chapter, currently serving as its president. Dr. Latonio continues to give back to the local community in her role as Associate Faculty for the University of Phoenix, Hawaii Campus.

Date: Saturday, September 26, 2020

Time: 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.

Location: Virtual (You will receive a link to join a few days ahead of the workshop.)

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