IFPUG WHAT'S NEW?

The SNAP APM is now Available in Spanish!

A Spanish translation of the IFPUG SNAP Assessment Practices Manual (APM) Version 2.2 is now available. SNAP is the Software Non-functional Assessment Process. To acquire a copy, navigate to the IFPUG Member Services Area, log in, and select the Online Store.  You’ll see the Spanish edition listed as a Featured...

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Two SNAP CSP Exams Are Scheduled for India!

Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India, November 17, 2014; Hyderabad, Telengana, India, December 1, 2014 IFPUG and UHG (Optum Global Solutions) are happy to introduce the SNAP certification program to the market in INDIA. SNAP is the Software Non-functional Assessment Process. CSP is the Certified SNAP Practitioner certification. CSP Regional Exam Noida...

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The Second SNAP iTip, The SNAP Method-Continued, is Published!

The Non-Functional Sizing Standards Committee is excited to announce the arrival of the second iTip for SNAP. Look for iTips that will be discussing topics specific to the SNAP method. These iTips will provide guidance on topics important to IFPUG community members who use SNAP. They explain the application of...

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Board Election Results!

FROM: Joe Schofield DATE: September 24, 2014 SUBJECT: e-mail notification for Membership on Board Election Outcome On behalf of the Nomination Committee, please congratulate this year’s Board Election winners, listed in alphabetical order: Pierre Almen Christine Green Debra Maschino Board terms for Pierre, Christine, and Debra begin November 1, 2014...

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iTip # 7 – Derived Data in Classifying an EO – Is Released

iTips provide guidance on topics important to the FPA community. An iTip is intended to be a short document (only a few pages), explaining the application of IFPUG FPA method in a common situation. An iTip is an example of a single application, not an exhaustive examination of a particular...

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ISMA10 – Important Dates!

ISMA10 “Creating Value from Measurement”, will be held April 30, 2015 in Charlotte, North Carolina USA  Over the last several years Information Technology organizations have been moving their focus from software to services and non-functional issues. Function Point Analysis still remains a beneficial technique for estimating and sizing software solutions from functional...

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