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Function Points, Software Analytics and Much More! Join Us in DC on June 2nd

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Join software measurement practitioners from government and industry at an event on June 2nd just outside of Washington DC. Discussion topics to include: the use of software analytics in all areas of enterprise program and development management, software measurement, automated function points, and software productivity management.

REGISTER HERE for the event.

Part of the discussion will be on how software analytics are a useful method from which to uncover software risk and to aid in advising on better estimates and budgets. While also including how service level agreements can be used to provide performance metrics and achieve higher levels of productivity, quality, and lower ownership costs.

Come to learn more about:

  • Enterprise productivity measurement
  • Software analytics in support of upfront project estimation,
  • and Progress towards and engineering discipline.

Guest speakers will include:

Mary Shaw
Mary Shaw
Dan Galorath on Software Analytics in Support of Upfront Project Estimation.
Dan Galorath
Barbara Beech on Enterprise Productivity Management
Barbara Beech

 

 

 

 

 

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