What it Takes to be a multidimensional BA

The Two Pillars of BA

What it Takes to be a multidimensional BA

The Two Pillars of BA


What Will You Get

How to transfer non-documentable requirements
What techniques you can use to become a multidimensional BA
How to better understand the human mind and how to drive social impact through technology
Where to get started on technical research
Why knowing technology constraints is good for your portfolio
How to approach being a technical BA

Meet the Speakers

Business Analyst

Donada Bichaku

Donada found herself in the IT field naturally after finishing up her Computer Science degree. What she loves about working as a BA is the high dynamic of the job and how you get to be a part of making companies successful or as she says “Work every single day to make great ideas an even greater reality”. She has worked on an app for cyclists, a food distributor, sketch plugins, and an app for charity. In her free time she loves hiking and telling people she’s Albanian because everyone thinks she’s from Romania.

Senior Business Analyst

Magdalena Chervenkova

Maggie is a Senior Business Analyst with more than seven years of experience in the field. She started as a BA in the banking sector and later took on the role of an IT consultant in a small startup. Maggie believes the ability to quickly and efficiently understand the client’s business processes is a skill every BA should have. She has worked on a diverse range of projects in healthcare and transportation, including an app for the Asian market which helps patients recover from a stroke, and many more. In her free time, she often finds herself in distant lands, in the embrace of the native Rhodope Mountains, or in the presence of as many animals as she could.

at a glance


How technology can help stroke survivors (Case Study)


Technical BAs in an evolving technology space


Learn. Share. Inspire. Talk.

About Us

MentorMate DevTalks is a community for sharing knowledge, experience, and inspiration with the people in the software development industry. We strongly believe that this is the way to become better at what you are doing and therefore, to make the whole community better.

We decided to create a variety of events for developers by developers, to share our knowledge within the IT community, where we can discuss the best modern practices, tools, and ways to write high-quality code.

We try to inspire the change for good by sharing high-quality information, practical examples, and experience to help software engineers provide the best solutions for any problem. Our lecturers are industry’s leading experts, known for using innovative approaches in their work.

Take part in our events if you want to catch up with the newest software trends, connect with industry experts, share your passion, and grow your skills.

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