Low Code/No Code – A new development paradigm. How does it work and which productivity/PDR levels should be assumed?
by Marco Perrotti & Luigi Buglione (DXC Technology & GUFPI-ISMA)
“Low Code/No Code” is a new development paradigm. It shortens re-development times (and costs) when an organization decides to move software system/application from old, legacy architecture to a newer, more maintainable one.
Regardless of the platform used, this presentation will introduce the core concepts for this paradigm with concrete examples from real projects and sizing with a fsu (functional sizing unit). It will determine the related productivity/PDR levels to enable accurate estimates with the lowest MRE possible.
See a pdf of Marco and Luigi’s presentation.
About Luigi Buglione
Luigi is a Measurement & Process Improvement Specialist at DXC Technology. He is also the President of GUFPI-ISMA, IFPUG Non-Functional Standards & Industry Standards Director and ISBSG Vice-President