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Q/P Management Group’s on-going Research and Development efforts are an essential part of the development and refinement of our consultants’ skills as well as our solutions. As a result we have valuable information that we would like to share with you. Experience has shown that by educating our customers, we build more valuable solutions.

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Sample Articles

  • How big is my cloud
  • An Introduction to Function Point Analysis
  • Measuring Maintenance Activities within Development Projects
  • Assuring Software Quality or Is it Good Enough Yet

Sample Presentations

  • Function Point Analysis and Agile Methodology
  • Accounting for Reuse through Function Point Analysis
  • Baseline Studies - The Myths The Methods The Magic
  • Evaluating COTS using Function Fit Analysis
  • Industry Metrics for Outsourcing & Vendor Mgmt

Sample Webinars

  • Using Function Fit Analysis to Aid Build vs. Buy Decisions
  • Function Point Analysis and the Agile Methodology
  • Achieving Management Goals Through Software Measurement

Sample Methods and Techniques

  • QP FP Counting Documentation Guidelines
  • QP Maintenance Definitions V1
  • QP Impact Points Counting Guidelines - V2
  • QP Multiple Media Counting V1



 

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Now Wait Just 9,192,631,770 Oscillations...Man's earliest attempts at timekeeping involved creating and maintaining simple calendars for tracking the seasons. Ice Age hunters in Europe over 20,000 years ago scratched lines and gouged holes in sticks and bones, counting the days between phases of the moon. As early man's societies became more complex, so did their need to manage time. The development of sophisticated bureaucracies and religious rituals called for time to be tracked in ever-smaller increments.

In 1967 the cesium atom's natural frequency was formally recognized as the new international unit of time. The second was defined as 9,192,631,770 oscillations or cycles of the cesium atom's resonant frequency. This replaced the old second that was defined in terms of the earth's rotation.

As of 2005, an atomic clock built by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), and based on the natural resonance frequency of the cesium atom, would not be off by more than a second in over 60 million years.

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