Category: SNAP

IFPUG method to size non-functional requirements (SNAP) is now an IEEE worldwide standard: IEEE 2430-2019

IFPUG announces that its SNAP (Software Non-Functional Assessment Process) method has become an IEEE standard: IEEE 2430-2019. The objective of the IFPUG SNAP method is to size the non-functional requirements of IT projects and applications. The method contains 4 categories and 14 sub-categories for sizing the non-functional requirements. The IFPUG...

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IFPUG SNAP webinars, a success with follow-up!

The IFPUG Non-functional Software Sizing Committee (NFSSC) would like to thank the users who joined the SNAP Webinar. A good feedback has been received from the 50 participants from Brazil, India, Israel, Italy, Spain, Switzerland and the US. The Webinar presented the recent developments in SNAP and SNAP implementation worldwide...

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IFPUG releases the SNAP Assessment Practices Manual v. 2.4

The IFPUG NFSSC (Non Functional Sizing Standards Committee) proudly announces the new release of the SNAP Assessment Practices Manual (APM) 2.4, under a Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution-Non Commercial-Share Alike License. SNAP (Software Non-functional Assessment Process) is the IFPUG method that measures the non-functional requirements (complementary to FPA; Function Point Analysis...

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