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IFPUG Presents its First Innovation Works! Award at its Second Annual ISMA Conference

IFPUG Presents its First Innovation Works! Award at its Second Annual ISMA Conference

PRINCETON JUNCTION, NJ, September 27, 2007 –For the first time, the winner of the annual Innovation Works! Award was presented at the International Function Point Users Group (IFPUG)’s Second Annual International Software Measurement & Analysis (ISMA) Conference and Workshops, held September 9–14 at the Flamingo Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. The...

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International Function Point Users Group Honors Software Economics Guru Barry Boehm at Symposium

International Function Point Users Group Honors Software Economics Guru Barry Boehm at Symposium

PRINCETON JUNCTION, NJ, May 16, 2007 –The International Function Point Users Group (IFPUG), an industry leader in software measurement and analysis, will honor Barry Boehm with a special lifetime achievement award for his dedication to advancing software engineering and measurement. The award will be presented at this year’s International Conference on...

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International Function Point Users Group Signs Collaborative Agreement with China Software Progress Improvement Union

International Function Point Users Group Signs Collaborative Agreement with China Software Progress Improvement Union

PRINCETON JUNCTION, NJ, January 16, 2006 – The International Function Point Users Group (IFPUG) announced that it has reached an important strategic agreement with the China Software Progress Improvement Union (CSPIU) to promote and utilize the knowledge of function point analysis in the software development industry in China. This agreement represents...

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IFPUG Announces the Publication of ‘The Statistically Unreliable Nature of Lines of Code’ in Crosstalk Magazine

IFPUG Announces the Publication of ‘The Statistically Unreliable Nature of Lines of Code’ in Crosstalk Magazine

PRINCETON JUNCTION, NJ, June 5, 2005 – The International Function Point Users Group (IFPUG) recently announced the publication of the article ‘The Statistically Unreliable Nature of Lines of Code’ by Joe Schofield in April 2005 Crosstalk. According to Mr. Schofield, “This article suggests that the venerable line of code measure is...

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