IFPUG is looking for articles to be included in the September 2019 edition of MetricViews.
There is an old saying –‘Everyone talks about the weather but no one does anything about it!’ Are your software quality practices like that? Do you talk about quality, but then do very little about improving software quality? MetricViews is interested in learning how organizations define quality and how they are using metrics to track and improve software quality. Do you track and analyze defects? How do you measure quality and what benefits have been realized? What quality metrics do you use when you are doing agile? We look forward to hearing from you.
Please submit your articles to [email protected]. Articles should be no more than a maximum of 2500 words. If you are unsure of whether or not you have an acceptable topic, you can submit an abstract for approval. All accepted articles will require a title, an author name (and any CFPS or CFPP certifications), author bio (approx. 125 words) and a high quality author photo (150 width x 175 height). All graphs/pictures included in the article must be high quality. Please use Calibri 11.5 font. IFPUG reserves the right to edit all articles for clarity, grammar and typographical errors.
Submittals are due by June 7, 2019.
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