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Controlling - Efforts Estimation of IT Projects

Details

ID 2758314
Classroom 2 days
Webinar 4 days
Method Lecture with examples and exercises.
Prequisite Knowledge in software development, project experience
Audience Project manager, managers, quality assurance coordinators, programmers, developers

Services:

  • Lunch / Catering
  • Assistance for hotel / travel bookings
  • Comelio certificate
  • Flexible: Free cancellation up until 10 days before the training

Summary

Efforts estimation for IT projects is the process of predicting the most realistic ammount of effort required to carry out an IT project, typically to develop or maintain a software. The estimation is based on incomplete, uncertain and/or noisy input. Effort estimates may be used as input to project plans, iteration plans, budgets, investment analyses, pricing processes and bidding rounds. This training presents an overview of the most common techniques which are all connected to the Function Point Method which serves as a basis for most of these techniques.

Training Dates

  • 2020-Oct-26 - Oct-29
  • 2021-Jan-04 - Jan-07
  • 2021-Mar-15 - Mar-18
  • 2021-May-24 - May-27

590 EUR +VAT

Location | Enrollment


Agenda

Introduction

Introduction to Software Metrics - Overview of Estimation Techniques - Functional Requirements - Cost and Duration - Cost Effectiveness in Software / IT Projects - Project Costs / Benefit - Project Types - Product Features - Process Properties - Project Risks

Function Point Method

Categorization of Requirements: Elementary Rrocesses and Data Storage - Classification of Complexity - Calculation of the Unadjusted Function Point Value - Determination of Factors - Calculation of the Adjusted Function Point Value

COCOMO Method

Definitions and Assumptions of COCOMO - Delivered Source Instructions (DSI) - Determining Complexity - Calculate Costs - Project Duration - Cost Drivers and Factors - New Developments

Use Case Points

Overview of Use Case Analysis and the Use Case Diagram of UML - Associations between Use Cases and Function Points - Usage of Use Cases for the Calculation of the Expense

Object Points

Classes, Methods and Properties as Efforts Input - Calculation and Valuation Methods for Class Structures

Current Trends

Statistical Techniques and Data Mining Techniques for the Analysis of Historical Data and Forecast Future Data

Trainer

Marco Skulschus (born in Germany in 1978) studied economics in Wuppertal (Germany) and Paris (France) and wrote his master´s thesis about semantic data modeling. He started working as a lecturer and consultant in 2002.

Publications
  • XML Schema ISBN 978-3-939701-54-5
  • Das Java Codebook ISBN 3827322359
  • Java EE 5 Das Handbuch ISBN 978-3446400238
  • Oracle PL/SQL ISBN 978-3-939701-40-8
  • MS SQL Server - T-SQL Programmierung und Abfragen ISBN 978-3-939701-02-6
  • XML: Standards und Technologien ISBN 978-3-939701-21-7
Projects

He works as an IT-consultant and project manager. He developed various Business Intelligence systems for industry clients and the public sector. For several years now, he is responsible for a BI-team in India which is mainly involved in BI and OLAP projects, reporting systems as well as statistical analysis and Data Mining.

Research

He led several research projects and was leading scientist and project manager of a publicly funded project about interactive questionnaires and online surveys.