Independent Signatories of|
The Manifesto for Agile Software Development
We are uncovering better ways of developing
software by doing it and helping others do it.
Through this work we have come to value:
That is, while there is value in the items on the right, we value the items on the left more.
|Signatures Received: 20 Apr to 03 May 2009|
|Pyxis Technologies: (http://pyxis-tech.com/fr/expertises/agile/) À Pyxis, l'Agilité guide nos pratiques au quotidien. C'est ce qui fait de nous la référence en développement logiciel Agile.|
Yousef Syed: In a nutshell, I'm leaving my current project due to their blind adherence to the right hand side of the manifesto points instead of the left hand side. Keep up the good work!
Sampurna Wiguna: (MAP Consulting & Outsourcing) The devil is in the details, and this is no exception. But this really works and is better than anything else we've tried.
Russell Pannone: The Agile Manifesto is a great place to start to help teams rally around some codified values and principles which set the stage for the collaborative and adaptive development of value-added product increments in a continuous flow from requirements to deployment.
Andrew Tamberino: (Lucid Technical Consulting, Inc.)
Jason Clark: (Oasis Resources)
Tim Schneider: (Railslove)
Alexandru Dutulescu: (Flavorade SRL)
Audrey Troutt: (http://www.linkedin.com/in/audreytroutt)
Stephanie A Feddock: (Prudential)
Dan LeFebvre: With over 25 years of software product development experience, I have seen how agile methods are dramatically better at delivering results than traditional methods.
Dinkar Gupta: (Cognizant Technology Solutions)
G S Bajaj: (Neev Technologies)
Lauro I. Dela Cruz.
Ingibjartur Jónsson: (Teris)
Colin Krawchuk: (Eciton) I am a web developer / project manager who has found the principles of Agile Development a useful approach to improving the qaulity of the projects I deliver.
Brad Sando: (Nuvek, LLC) The Egyptian pyramids were not simply built with a good design and tools. It took people working with people in an organized manner. (Also, they were originally going to be big cubes, but the specs changed...)
|Peter Ossmann: As a project manager my favorite item from the principles behind the Agile Manifesto is: 5. Build projects around motivated individuals. Give them the environment and support they need, and trust them to get the job done.
Build an open, communicative environment where people feel empowered, trusted, respected and positively motivated and you will see amazing results time and time again|
John Callaghan: (http://www.johncallaghan.biz)
Stefan Leuthold: (Stimmt AG) As a company with a strong background in human-computer interaction, we very much appreciate collaboration with agile software development companies. Putting real users with real tasks at the center of software development is THE way to do it!
Scott Gilbert: (Enthiosys, Inc.)
Andre Vorster: (Connecting - My - Community Information Systems)
DeeJay Bettes: (the Chickasaw Nation) I have been a big supporter for the Agile Manifesto for a couple of years now and I really enjoy how well it can improve an organization's communication and overall "good" feeling about the software development team.
Ed Wegner: (Tait Electronics)
Patric Fornasier: (ThoughtWorks)
Vesa A. Korhonen: (University of Jyvaskyla, Finland)
John Conley III: (Samsona Software)
Raghav Nayak: (Emblazon Software Pvt Ltd) We've a small team comprising of 10 members. We've adapted agile methodology few months back. Our team is experiencing the enormous change in the productivity. The team communication has improved. We would like to study about this methodology in depth.
Chetan Mittal: (Mortar Systems) I have been using Agile for nearly more than 2 years for all of my project/software development deliveries for clients outside India. I have been successful in implementing agile practices in both off and dual (on and off) shore scenarios.
Sreenivasulu Mavilla: Use of Agile methodology creates efficient and high productive work environment.
|Micah Silverman: (M*Power Internet Services, Inc.) My experience over the lifetimes of many projects is that developers, managers, executives, and investors all respond to agile methodologies in a positive and productive way.|
Eric Taieb: (Teknologism)
Adriano Paulino Menezes: (Universidade Católica de Brasília) I think that Agile is the best method to construct a software and to attend the stakeholders. So lot of diagrams and text documentation retard the development.
mahesh: i am a strong supporter of agile manifesto
Vyacheslav (Slava) Vladyshevsky: (http://www.linkedin.com/in/vladyshevsky) The only constant is change. Agile processes is the way to accept and manage change in a controllable way.
John Livermore: (BigWave Software)
Fernando Grassi de Oliveira: (MagoWeb)
Aleksey Klempner: (LADevelopers Inc.) Over the last few years I became an agilist without realizing it. I keep promoting agile based methodologies in every organization I work with. I not only believe in agile values but also apply them to accomplish my work.
Mohammad Rizwan raza: Agile methodoligy provides continuous, iterative approach to develop the software. It is dynamic, aggressive and ready to accept the change at any point of development
Sudip Kumar Bhattacharya: In these days of unstable market, only those customers will succeed who can quickly adapt to the market. As process automation enablers our job as software developers is greatly enhanced by following the principles of agile development. By ensuring the quick adaptability of our customers we can ensure that we make ourselves more useful to our customers.
Sérgio Almeida Dias: (Sérgio Dias Informática) Presuming that changes are welcome and customer is our #1 priority was always a sort of wishful thinking in software development processes. Agile methods give us the tools and insights to make this desires a solid and reachable goal.
André Janus: (http://www.andre-janus.de)
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