Get yourself trained on Software Estimation with with this Online Training Software Estimation with IFPUG Function Point Analysis.
Online Training Software Estimation with IFPUG Function Point Analysis
This is course on Function Point Analysis covers comprehensively all the topics in sizing software applications using Function Points. All the concepts will be dealt with in detail with ample number of relevant examples. Data functions concepts are explained from fundamentals to advanced topics. Visuals are used as far as possible for better perception.This course also comes with many questions in the form quizzesmodeled on the Certified Function Point Specialist (CFPS) examination, so will assist those pursuing thecertification.A detailed case study is taken up to demonstrate the methodology with a live online application and the effort estimation based on industry data is shown.PS: The video and audio are not so crisp, Ihope to have compensated the lacuna with the content Ihave cured over 5 years to make the concepts cut, dried and put on platter. Apart from this if at anypoint the course is not engaging and/or not imparting some useful concept please let me know. I would do my best to make the required modification.
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