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: 11 Jun to 22 Jun 2010|
|Anand Pimple: (http://in.linkedin.com/in/anandpimple) Compared to traditional development model, Agile methodology emphasis on interaction between developers and business people which give opportunity to developer to understand client expectation from the functionality. |
Martin Tallett: (http://www.martintallett.com)
Elli Tzatzani: (siemens enterprise communications)
Sérgio E.S Souza: (@ TOTVS) I have read a lot about agile processes and studied enough about it, and before that I am here supporting him. I am a developer of solutions for the ERP TOTVS Microsiga Protheus, and I talked about the deployment of agile processes have noticed but resisted by some people. Still trying to impose ideas Fordist, factory floor. I have proven through experimentation with other companies and teams the efficiency of an agile process and since then I support the project.
Carlos Enrique San Román: (Telefónica de Argentina) El cliente y la empresa deben beneficiarse con ésta metodología ágil y novedosa, que rompe todos los estandares conocidos y aún vigentes en las actuales empresas. Hay que romper paradigmas y adecuarnos al entorno cada vez más cambiante. Firmo este manifiesto y ya hemos tenido una caso práctico que demuestra su utilidad, sin haber tenido conocimiento de este manifiesto al cual adhiero totalmente.
Agustin Botana: De acuerdo en todas sus partes. Especialmente a aquella que le da mas peso a la iteraccion con el usuario que a la herramienta usada para desarrollar. Luego de muchos años de haber estado desarrollando satisfactoriamente al lado del usuario y un largo receso de estas actividades, vuelvo a emocionarme con herramientas como Rails que hacen placentero el acto de crear software
Peter Miller: (http://sites.google.com/site/unfairfines/)
Pradeep Kumar Bojan: (A-Large-Company) Go For It..!!
Hans Klysner: (http://www.klysner.com) I support the idea and people begind the Agile Manifesto.
Stephen H Kovacs.
|Raul Xavier Neto: When I was introduced to RUP and such it seemed so right. but after being bitten by bad RUP derived processes for ten years, i was frustrated with software development.
Thankfully, this frustration brought me here and, now, I have pleasure and fulfillment with software development again. Thanks guys.|
Daniele Trambusti: (Basami s.r.l.)
Vincent Perrin: The Agile Manifesto provides small teams of developers with the necessary methodology to manage their projects. It guides people to find a way to be efficient, communicative, flexible and on time. For that, thank you.
Jerry Lan Dring: (BBC)
Tom Churchwell: (Gale/Cengage) Peace....Love.....and Agile....Nuff Said.
Jon D. Hicks: (Un Reve De Liberte)
Lucas Franceschi: the future of sortware development...
Amir Bendayan: I completely agree with the manifestos basic principles and having worked on IT projects for many years feel that the concepts at their level are sound.
vijay sudhakar: (Mahindra Satyam)
Leonardo Ribeiro Oliveira: (http://www.leonardoro.com) Because individuals are more than a name in an excel spreadsheet.
Marino Carhuapoma Hilario: (IdeasG) Desarrollo de Software GIS
Ismael García López.
Stephen Larbig: (SCL Group)
ramana: (http://www.onefivenine.com) In current fast growing business development Agile became mandotory
Druvakumara S: (IBM) Agile is one of the simplest very nice collaborative, fastest and proven software development methodology for experienced people.
Juan Pablo Blanco.
Michael A. Dwyer.
|Kathie Drake: (AdvantageIQ) Once you have participated on a team with an Agile methodology you can never go back to the old ways and be content.|
Robert Roland: (Shopzilla, Inc.)
Reese Hodge: (AdvantageIQ) I believe in this manifesto and that agile software development is the future and quite possibly the last methodology we need in this industry.
Neil Patterson: (Make Positive)
Lucas J. Castro: (http://nabrissa.com)
Grzegorz Gigon: (http://blog.gigoo.org) After few years of practicing agile software development, I can't see myself ever going back to hacking and waterfall. Thank you for the manifesto.
André Fonseca: In my opinion the adherence of the Agile Principles will be the difference between the professional and unprofessional companies in the 21 century.
Matt Uria: (Maturia Media)
Akash Nilawar: Over the years I have been dealing with the challenges related to the items on the right. Always felt that there must be some better to way overcome those. My search ended when I came across this manifesto!
Biju Nair: (Applications Designer) A real approach to handle real situations in the real world!
Huanlin Tsai: (http://huan-lin.blogspot.com/)
Dimitris Angelis: (http://gr.linkedin.com/in/dimitrisangelis)
Tony Nicholls: (Great Ideaz On Demand) The only real way to focus on delivering actual business value!
C. A. Perani: (XPLAB s.a.s. - Research in Automation - Brescia -ITALY) Since its foundation (1994) XPLAB implements the principles of the philosophy underlying the Manifesto, with remarkable results.
Raisen Espinosa: (http://raisencrantz.blogspot.com) The best being of me.
Lukas Hacura: Agile development from my professional experience is currently the only sane way of creating video games
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