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Ceci est la huitième édition de ISMA – The International Software Measurement & Conférence organisée par l'analyse IFPUG. Il est la deuxième fois que ISMA vient au Brésil, this time your money should go further as the exchange rate is favorable. The first was “Cinq ISMA!”, dans 2010 à Sao Paulo. This time the conference will happen October 1-2 à Rio, rated #1 by The New York Times in the 46 Endroits à 2013. With SNAP Training and the new SNAP certification exam being given prior to ISMA 8, a trip to Brazil will be an excellent value. Or perhaps you would want to stay for the Conférence de confiance informatique provided by ISBSG, following ISMA8. Book your trip today!
Lieu: de. Graça Aranha, 1 – Centro – Rio de Janeiro – MOBILE 20030-002
Featured Speakers: Some of the Speakers at ISMA Rio include:
Joe Schofield, IFPUG Président
Joe Schofield est le Président du Groupe Utilisateurs Point Fonction internationale et un consultant indépendant. Il a pris sa retraite de Sandia National Laboratories en tant que membre distingué du personnel technique après une carrière de 31 ans. Joe a facilité plus 100 équipes dans les domaines de la spécification logicielle, esprit d'équipe et la planification organisationnelle à l'aide de six sigma maigre et réingénierie des processus. He has taught IT graduate courses since 1990. He was a licensed girl’s mid-school basketball coach for 21 seasons–the last five undefeated, over a span of 50 games. Il a plus 80 published books, papers, conference presentations and keynotes-including the books The IFPUG Guide to IT and Software Measurement (2012), IT Measurement, Certified Function Point Specialist Exam Guide, and The Economics of Software Quality. He is a CMMI Institute-certified Instructor for the Introduction to the CMMI® and two other CMMI Institute courses, CSQA, CFPS, and a CSMS. Joe completed his Master’s degree in MIS at the University of Arizona in 1980. By “others” he is known as a husband, father, and grand-father.
Joe’s presentation will address Points de fonction automatisés – Menace ou opportunité:
- Automated counting tools are here-what is the impact?
- What are the limitations of counting FPs from code?
- Is faster better? Is consistent better? You may be surprised at the answer.
Steve Woodward, IFPUG Director of Education & Conference Services
Steven Woodward is founder and CEO of Cloud Perspectives, situé à Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Il est un chef de file de l'industrie pour la mesure des logiciels, l'estimation et la gouvernance pour plus 20 années. Il dirige actuellement le département américain du Commerce, Institut national des normes pour la technologie (NIST) Cloud Computing Carrier sub-group to clarify the roles and activities for data transportation service providers. Steven is Director of Conferences and Education at IFPUG, continually identifying realistic interpretations and extensions of the IFPUG method for over 18 années. Steven is a key advisor establishing Canadian Government cloud computing strategies and continues contributing to international cloud computing guides with the ITU-T (United Nations), IEEE , Canadian Cloud Council, Cloud Standards Customer Council and TM Forum.
Steve’s presentation will address Cloud Computing:
- It provides new challenges for Information Technology solutions
- What are some of the key instruments? et
- Is there a place in the cockpit for function points?
Marcio Silveira, Program manager Hewlett Packard (EDS), Brésil
Marcio was director of IFPUG International and Organizational Affairs during 6 années, an international organization dedicated to promote Function Points and measurement. Márcio has over 30 années d'expérience dans l'industrie des TI dans des postes liés à l'amélioration des processus, applications development and management and consulting. Il est actuellement gestionnaire de programme et conseiller des risques dans les applications et les services aux entreprises au sein de HP, soutenir plusieurs clients HP. He is based in Rio de Janeiro, Brésil. During his career he worked in several technical and managerial roles. He led and provided mentoring and coaching to an organization that raised its CMMI maturity level from 1 à 5 dans 7 années. During this period techniques such as SPC were used. In the metrics and estimating area Márcio works with estimating models based on Function Points and other size measurements. In Brazil he helps to promote and increase the number of people certified in the Function Point technique.
Marcio’s presentation will address the main elements that should be in place in order to deliver a fixed-price function point project/contract. A real project will be used as an example and the lessons learned captured in this project will be shared with the audience. Since it is a huge project (6,000 Function Point delivered in 20 mois) and totally billed in Function Points it can be a good source for discussion.
Christine vert, IFPUG Director of Applied Programs
Christine is the EMEA Manager for Measurement & Processus d'estimation chez Hewlett-Packard. Au cours de la dernière 10 years she has focussed on Process Improvement especially in the area of Estimating and Metrics – mais aussi dans la mise en œuvre de processus tels que CMMI, SOX, ISO, ITIL. She has been teaching, supporting, mentoring, managing, held presentations at conferences, participated in committee meetings, all with high dedication to the idea that process improvement will benefit all. This has connected her to many people – both within HP (EDS) but also outside – since she has participated in conferences both in Europe and in the US during the last 5 années. Networking and sharing is in her mind and essential part of improvement of the definition and implementation of Processes.
Christine led the IFPUG Initiative to create the SNAP method and will share the presentation with Talmon Ben-Cnaan.
Talmon Ben-Cnaan, Chair of the IFPUG Comité des normes de dimensionnement non fonctionnelle
Talmon is a Quality manager at Amdocs where he has been a leader of software metrics activities for two years. He has experience in metric definition (utilizing GQM), software metrics analysis, building tools to collect and analyse performance based on metrics. He initiated the implementation of Function Points in Amdocs; was head of FP analysis team; Provided counting services, productivity analysis, quality analysis base on FP; PMI member with over 20 years experience in project management. Experienced in implementing software development processes; expert in CMMI methodology and implementing CMMI requirements in many groups within Amdocs during the past four years, in charge of testing methodologies in Amdocs/TIS.
Talmon’s presentation will address the development and use of Software Non-functional Assessment Process (CASSER). Talmon and Christine will review the CSP designation as a formal recognition of a level of expertise in the area of SNAP, specifically expertise in both knowledge and application of the counting rules according to the IFPUG Assessment Practices Manual (APM). See additional information about SNAP ici.
Here is a look at the preliminary agenda.
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