FP211 – Function Point Analysis in Emerging Business Applications
Provided by Steven Woodward CFPS, CSQA, CEO of Cloud Perspectives
Dates: February 11 and February 12 2013 starting at 8:30 ET (local Ottawa, Canada time) and completing at 12:00 PM (noon) each day.
Duration: 1 day format (split into 2 morning sessions, February 11 and February 12)
Description: Today’s function point analysts must be able to accurately apply IFPUG function point counting rules to a variety of software environments and technologies. This course will focus on function point analysis for today’s emerging technologies…including, of course, cloud computing.
Content: The following technologies will be covered in this session:
- GUI (Graphical User Interface)
- Rules Based
- Data Warehousing
- Internet (includes cloud computing perspectives)
- Voice/Prompt response applications/projects
Format: This is a hands-on, interactive workshop based on examples and case exercises. Specific interpretations of the IFPUG CPM rules will be provided. Steven Woodward CFPS, CSQA will instruct the workshop with over 20 years of IFPUG functional sizing experience and industry leader in value-focus ICT metrics initiatives for today.
IFPUG Certification Extension Credits: This is a CEC eligible activity and therefore attendance will be monitored and may use techniques such as polling to confirm attendance. The attendee list will be provided to the IFPUG office for official record.
Registration: Early bird rate is just $339 Canadian including taxes (Payment must be received by January 17).
More Information: Link to Cloud Perspectives for additional information, logistics.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 613-823-7573 for more information.
Want to learn more about SNAP? Here is your chance!
The Non-Functional Standard Sizing Committed (NFSSC) will be offering a virtual Workshop, An Introduction to the Software Non-Functional Assessment Process (SNAP) as a four-day series of three-hour sessions held on July 11, July 12, July 18 and July 19, 2013, from 11 AM to 2:30 PM ET.
At the completion of this workshop, participants will be able to perform an assessment of Non Functional Requirements (NFRs) for a project or application to obtain their NFR size in a rigorous, objective manner.
The expected target audience is composed of Measurement and Development specialists seeking the IFPUG guideline for sizing and estimating NFRs. The participants of the workshop are expected to have a basic understanding of the IFPUG CPM.
All participants will need to download a copy of the latest version of the SNAP APM 2.1 release from the online store. The course will be taught by instructors who have been active members of the IFPUG SNAP Committee.
Each workshop session will run 3 hours including two ten minute breaks. Case studies will be completed between the workshop sessions. The instructor will involve each of the attendees in the case studies.
Registration Fees (USD)
Ready to register? Click here! Note after you click on the [Register For This Event] button you will be required to log in to the IFPUG Member Services Area.
Note: If there are enough registrations from a single geography, a separate workshop will be set up to accommodate that geographical time zone.
Also remember to download the Assessment Practice Manual (APM) 2.1 release from the IFPUG online store prior to the workshop.
The IFPUG New Environments Committee (NEC) is pleased to invite you to the next in our series of Interest Group webinars, the Functional Analysis of Object Oriented Software, featuring NEC member Charles Wesolowski, Friday, March 30, 2012 at Noon EDT. To receive the webinar login information, please email Dan French at email@example.com with the subject line: NEC Webinar.