SNAP is four years old!
Many organizations are implementing SNAP (the Software Non-functional Assessment Process that measures the non-functional requirements) and incorporating it into their Metrics Program. We would like to share their practical experience with the software measurements community: this experience can be translated into white papers, examples and case studies in SNAP manual, or questions in the SNAP certification program.
IFPUG is launching a SNAP Case Study Award Program. The purpose of this program is to collect real life scenarios that demonstrate how SNAP is applied to non-functional requirements. It includes (but not limited to) interpreting customer requirements, categorizing into SNAP sub-categories, counting scenarios, the use of SNAP to improve estimations, etc.
The best case study of the month will win an award of a broad publicity and a $100.00 worth gift. Other case studies will be placed into a pool and will be candidates for the winner in the next months. The winning candidate will be eligible to select from the following awards:
- $100.00 Credit towards one year IFPUG Membership.
- $100.00 Voucher to use at the IFPUG online store.
- $100.00 Check (US currency).
The contest will run from March 2017 through December 2017.
To learn more on how you can participate in the program, please refer to the following PDF documents:
Rules for SNAP Case Studies Award
SNAP Case Study Template
If you have additional questions, please contact us: [email protected] (Non-functional Sizing Standards Committee; NFSSC). Case studies should be emailed to this same email address ([email protected]).