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: 28 Mar to 31 Mar 2011|
|dziennikarze: (dziennikarze) We have found agile methods to be great way to create our software.|
Jacopo Paoletti: (Mediamarket Spa)
Raghul Jayagopal: (Cognizant Technology Solutions India Pvt. Ltd)
Pengxing Hu: (nyapc) We need a rule to guide us.
Stuart Harvey: (conn3cted) conn3cted utilises Agile throughout the organisation and is currently implementing Agile into our conn3cted people offering.
Roberto Bera: (http://giovanedilungocorso.blogspot.com)
Pietro di Tomasso.
WangGuan: (China, Nuaa)
GentleYang: (yangzt) As a developer from China I'm so happy to see the Chinese version manifesto! Agile is so crazy !
常中中: (北京工业大学) Individuals and interactions over processes and tools Working software over comprehensive documentation Customer collaboration over contract negotiation Responding to change over following a plan
余智超: (two eggs)
Terry L Davis.
Luiz Scheidegger: (AutoScout24 GmbH)
Tom Duckering: (ThoughtWorks)
John Reynolds: (http://agilejohn.com)
|Christoffer Lette: The most dramatic effect in the development process I have ever seen in my career was when we started to let the customer move stories around on our project wall in order to set priorities. There and then, all the principles of this manifesto came into play, and good results soon followed!|
Wynford Rees: (6dVision) couldn't agree more
Michael latta: (TechnoMage) The bottom line is to contribute value to the endeavor through software, that both works now and in the future. Static designs, plans, or methods, are less able to do this than people working together.
Andrew Spencer: (Border Crossings) The Agile Manifesto and Principles are as valuable today as they were ten years ago. They embody three great qualities: (1) Pragmatism, by maximising business value and minimising unnecessary work. (2) A constructive approach. (3) Humanity, by putting each member of the team in charge of his or her own destiny.
Matt Proud: (Sterling Trader)
Oliver Steele: (http://osteele.com/) Agile methods are the best way to enable the best people. I hope only ever to work with the caliber of people for whom they're effective.
Hannu Kokko: (http://twitter.com/hkokko) Don't do agile. Be Agile. A very useful way of developing products.
Mac-Cheng: (Hua Qiao University) I am so happy for your work about agile. In order to develop good software ,we can learn more ideas from Agile Manifesto. So,I support.
Luiz Felipe Radulski: (PMA)
|Claudio A. Heckler: (http://heckler.com.br/blog) |
Newton Wagner: (http://www.newtonwagner.net/) Agile Manifesto is the mantra for good software development.
Taisuke Tashiro: (IBM Global Business Services)
Tim Jones: (Trader Media Group) Agile, Continuous Delivery and Dev/Ops initatives are the corner stone to releasing value early to the business. However always ensure that the entire team beyond tech understand what Agile is there to support and set expectations as to their continued engagement with any Agile product stream. Agile is not just the Tech guys...but I guess you already know that :-)
Mads Orbesen Troest: (Jayway) Inspect & Adapt
Charlie Calvert: (Elvenware) Agile is useful.
Andres Llanos: I strongly believe in the principles and values expressed in the manifesto as a natural and effective way to deliver business value. Very entertaining, indeed.
Jim Gumbley: (http://www.jgumbley.com/)
Bob Barrett: (Copyright Clearance Center)
Peter Swinburne: (Schlumberger) I have been using iterative development, early delivery and scrum based techniques for many years. It works and so does the software it produces.
Francisco Javier Ponce Najar: (http://www.facebook.com/PanchoPonceN) I've applied Agile Software Development successfully in my profesional life, and evangelize people about it whenever I can. This is the true way to make good software!
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