IFPUG metrics such as Function Points and SNAP were featured in the ACM SIGSOFT Software Engineering Notes (January 2015 issue), along with other related topics such as Halstead metrics, code counters, complexity metrics, object-oriented metrics, goal-question-metric, automated function points, and organizations such as Capers Jones’s Namcook and Barry Boehm’s USC...Read more
SNAP is IFPUG’s Software Non-functional Assessment Practice. The 26-minute Software Process and Measurement Podcast # 324, featuring Tom Cagley’s interview with Talmon Ben-Cnaan and Charley Tichnor, is now available for your listening pleasure. Navigate to it here. Talmon is Chair of the Non-functional Sizing Standards Committee (NFSSC). Charley is a...Read more
The ISACA (Information Systems Audit and Control Association) recently published a research article where 126 managers, developers, and metrics coordinators in the US were surveyed to obtain knowledge on metrics utilization and awareness. Function Points came on top as the #1 metric with 39% of the total, followed by Lines...Read more
SNAP Quick Reference Guides In Portuguese and Spanish Are Now Available to Download from the IFPUG Online Store!
The SNAP Quick Reference Guide V2.1.3 is now available in Spanish and Portuguese! This “Quick” Reference Tool is Now Available Online! This compact guide highlights important features of the SNAP methodology in a quick easy to read document. This is a great resource that complements the SNAP manual. To acquire...Read more