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: 02 Aug to 14 Aug 2012|
|Enzo Spaltro: (Universita'delle persone, Bologna,) |
Luiz Felipe Sirio Flores.
Alok Kumar Singh: (SAS R&D, India)
Jorge Antonio Cabrera González: (INADSOFT) Comparto plenamente los preceptos promulgados en el manifiesto. Considero que como profesionales informaticos debemos saber ajustarnos de una manera ágil, práctica y eficiente a las necesidades de nuestros usuarios finales. Permitiendo de esta manera que los recursos de software de éstos cumplan con el objetivo primario de toda herramienta de gestión, que es ser de plena utilidad a su propietario. Dentro de ese contexto nuestra apertura mental y de voluntad juega un papel fundamental a fin de dar la libertad de acción al usuario de cambiar sus necesidades y perspectivas sin complicaciones y reparo.
Jonathan Huebsch: As a veteran PM of many Agency projects, I believe firmly in the need for an agile approach to all aspects of a project.
Kumar Gaurav: I endorse Agile process as this is "THE" way forward for delivering right software
Puneet Gangal: (Aciron Consulting LLC) Definitely support this. Have been a big believer of the agile approach.
james pretlow: (JamesPretlow) I believe in Agile Development.
Kane Jamison: (Hood Web Management) Our company adheres to the Agile Manifesto across both our development and design functions as well as our marketing and "soft skill" services. Our focus on iteration and response to change in the face of roadblocks has been a huge factor in our success and has helped us deliver more value to our clients on a regular basis.
Diana Landry: As both a developer and a customer of application vendors, I can attest to the superior products and environments provided by Agile communities. Properly applied Agile principles provide solutions that are more humane, flexible, and adaptive to growing needs.
Ricardo Manuel Romero Urrutia: (Desarrollo IT)
Rodolfo Quesada Zumbado: (http://www.roqz.net) Software has always been about people.
|Gurtej Pal Singh: (Pitney Bowes Software) |
Gregory Garber: (Wells Fargo Capital Finance) I support the Agile Manifesto cause it focuses on the key aspects that deliver success in software projects.
Alex Duthie: (Jiva Dental) I support the Agile Manifesto and am 100% behind it, please keep up the great work!
Steven Hindmarsh: (Parsons Brinckerhoff) Taking the object oriented paradigm kicking and screaming into the world wide web.
Viju Pullan: (TOKHEIM)
Luiz Angelo Machado: I believe that agile development is all we need to solve the cases of failure in so many projects. More people producing and less paperwork to fill. The process can not be more important than results. We need to center the focus on results and have the processes as a means to achieve them.
Vladimir Pedchenko: (Advanced International Translations)
Stjepan Marjanović: (SAN-BIT Stjepan Marjanović s.p.)
Paul Innes: (Iuvo Software Solutions) Having seen how Agile methodology delivers better software, faster I fully endorse this methid of development.
David Rawle: I have been using Agile methodologies for about 4 years now... I am never going back
Andrew Wong: In the fast changing business environment, agile catches on with the rapid change! I support and be a keen leaner of agile in years to come to ensure great product roll-out and profitable business value for my company.
Edmilson Moreira: (IFCE) Eu uso Agile e Scrum no meu dia a dia e em todos os projetos que trabalho.
Leon: (University of Tasmania Student)
Christian Schulze: (QAD, Inc)
|Roberto Abreu: (PUCMM) Agile is THE way to go for most of the Software written today worldwide. The success of any Software project lies almost exclusively on the people. Agile was wisely built around this knowledge. The result? Shorter time-to-market cycles, faster and more accurate response to change, happier and more engaged customers. We must support Agile.|
John Wells: (OSU) My first reaction upon reading the Agile Manifesto is bit of nostalgia. Nostalgia because I spent considerable effort trying to convince others that these were good ideas and I wish I had insisted a little more that they be put into practice, and paid attention. These have been my principles and they embody my focus as I have developed systems and software for over twenty years. Especially noteworthy to me are the points that software requirements may change, even late in the development process, and that business people and developers must work together. If these principles had been adopted and practiced, in my opinion, much time, effort, agony, suffering, and money could have been better utilized, reduced, avoided, also avoided, and saved. Money could have been made. Startups could have been sustained.
Keith Bawden: The best approach I have found, but you really need your business partners to buy into it (true for any approach really).
Rhoda del Rosario.
Colin Tan: (AxisAgile) I totally support the Agile Manifesto. The statements are so simple and they have certainly helped me build better software.
MILLE: (Université de Lyon) I fully agree the idea that developing computer based applications (especially for the web) is, first of all, a question of interaction, negotiation and concrete realizations.
Rebecca Domanico: (Valpak DMS)
Vidhya: Agile rockz!
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