These training classes teach the IFPUG or COSMIC function point and/or SNAP counting techniques. You will learn to perform your own counts via intensive instruction and hands-on practical application facilitated by one of our highly qualified and experienced trainers.
DCG has been teaching function point counting classes to individuals and companies for more than 20 years.
Our Function Points class accelerates your comprehension of the Function Point Analysis technique. The class can cover IFPUG or COSMIC techniques.
In the class, you will learn how to:
SNAP (the Software Non-Functional Assessment Process) provides a quantifiable measure for the non-functional size of software. As such, attendees will learn to size non-functional characteristics by means of documented definitions, guidance, and practices in order to improve software estimation, build better benchmarks, and better communicate non-functional issues to stakeholders.
In this course, you will learn:
These classes are ideal for the software practitioner or project manager who needs or wants to learn IFPUG or COSMIC function point and SNAP counting techniques. They are instructor-based training classes that provide a general understanding of function point and SNAP counting techniques, while also preparing attendees to start performing counts. Unlike similar classes, our classes provide intensive instruction and hands-on practical application facilitated by one of our highly qualified and experienced trainers.
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