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Software systems are becoming increasingly difficult to measure and understand. As they increase in complexity, there needs to be an efficient method that can be used to understand and communicate software size needs. The Function Point Index helps to evaluate and measure a development project, which helps in the optimization, planning, and effective management of software production.
Function Points quantify software functions in meaningful terms, and can be readily applied across diverse development environments. Accurate evaluations using FPA can help IT teams in moving toward best practices in the management of software products. By optimizing processes, timely deliveries of higher quality can be ensured.
Our course in Software Size Estimation and Measurement using IFPUG FPA teaches you how to measure the size and complexity of a software product using the Function Point Index.
On successful completion of the course, you will receive a Course Completion Certificate from KnowledgeHut with Credits (1 credit per hour of training).
Individual workshop deliverables may be subject to change.
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Function Point Analysis (FPA) is a technique to break systems into smaller components, so they can be better understood and analyzed. This FPA methodology provides an objective, comparative measure that assists in the evaluation, planning, management and control of software production. Our training provides a complete and in-depth understanding of the Function Point Analysis technique based on the IFPUG Release 4.3 standard. You will learn the basics of how function points measure software by quantifying their user functionality based on the logical design, and how this method provides a structured technique for problem solving.
There are no specific prerequisites for this workshop.
No, there is no online/virtual course for this. This course is conducted by our certified experts as a classroom course.
You can earn up to 8 hours of PDU certificate after attending the training.
PDUs are credits awarded by the Project Management Institute. PDUs are offered by the PMI®, and every PMI® certification, except the CAPM®, requires you to earn a specific number of PDUs per three-year certification cycle.
The target audience for the program comprises professionals with minimum or no experience with regards to various phases of Software Development Life Cycles, who are preferably involved with any of the functions given below: Business Analysts Program Management Quality Process Engineering Project Management Software Quality Assurance Delivery, Pre Sales & Marketing Requirements Engineering & Management.
Yes, we offer course completion certificate after you successfully complete the training program.
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The target audience for the program comprises professionals with minimum or no experience with regards to various phases of Software Development Life Cycles, who are preferably involved with any of the functions given below: