dupree.co.uk: The website of Ed and Diana Dupree


dupree.co.uk: Diana and Ed Dupree’s Website

About Ed and Diana

Diana Dupree

Graduated with First Class Honours from Portsmouth University July 2009


Personal Profile

Final year project discussed personal digital footprints and their use in recruitment and employee management.  PDF Version 

Various IT/IS professional experience, strong interpersonal and team management skills, and a passion for making technology bring tangible business benefits. Enthusiastic team player with the ability to communicate with all levels of business, and committed to the provision of excellent customer service.

Experience of MS Sharepoint as project planner, developer and trainer. A self taught user who was able to provide training for employees with varied levels of IT experience within a 6 month contract.


Ed Dupree

Business/Systems Analyst


Personal Profile


A formally qualified, experienced, creative & innovative Business & Systems Analyst, with extensive cross industry & sector exposure & broad technical skills.


A skilled & articulate communicator, with a tenacious & lateral approach to problem solving.


Reliable, flexible, versatile & approachable team member, with the experience, knowledge, training & confidence to work independently & to take the initiative.


M.Sc. Applied Computing (focused on Usability & User Driven Software Development.), B.Sc. (Hon) Computing, ISEB Business Analysis Diploma & ITIL Certification.  Skills refreshed and extended throughout career through academic and professional qualifications.


Particular interest in usability & user driven approaches to software development and process re-engineering.


Association for Computing Machinery Excellent Digital Library (ACM Membership required)

Technology, Entertainment, Design - Fantastic Ideas

Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance In search of quality

Integrate business modeling and interaction design From IBM

Identifying Requirements Through Use Cases

Requirements Elicitation and Validation with Real World Scenes Scenarios as an elicitation tool

The New Methodology A good Agile primer

Getting from use cases to code From IBM

ACM SIGCHI Curricula for Human-Computer Interaction What is HCI?

User Modeling for Adaptive and Adaptable Software Systems  

Viewing American class divisions through Facebook and MySpace  


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