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: 04 Apr to 15 Apr 2013|
|Alisha Bakhthawar: (Cognizant Technology Solutions) I work in Quality Assurance and Agile has given my team great visibility to the customer along with assuring that we can plan radically and respond to change faster.|
Leif Eric Fredheim: (http://irleif.com) I have been actively using Agile methods on a number of varied software projects; from AAA online computer games to tailored business applications for financial institutions. The more experience I get with these core values, the more confident I become in their value. There is still no silver bullet, but Agile methods definitely help in developing solid applications for our customers.
Mike Gage: (Asynchrony) I have been in agile and waterfall projects. I will never again work on a project that is not agile, nor for a company that does not agree with the agile philosophy. I have come to believe that the alternative to agile is finger-pointing.
Claudio Sparpaglione: (http://claudiosparpaglione.wordpress.com)
Emmanuel Achachi Nyachoke: (Pyxis Solutions Kenya)
Colin M Hagan: (http://colin-hagan.com) I support the Agile Manifesto and seek to apply it across a diverse range of industries.
|Stéfano H. dos Santos: (DígithoBrasil) |
Michael J. Lee: (Hewlett Packard) Principals such as these are timeless, and relevant. Thanks for the passion behind them.
Channa Gunawardena: (Agaya Holdings (Private) Limited) I believe the manifesto is about focusing more time and energy on factors that affect the ultimate success of a project, which in turn brings value to the organization and the customer, so I'm happy to support it.
Volmer Soares: (http://volmerius.com) Let's deliver solutions, not mere applications.
Hofbauer Jürgen: (Host Software GmbH.)
Chethan: This is more than Common Sense.....
Ercole Colonese: (Independent Consultant) Alfter developing software for more than 20 years, I finally arrived to the Agile (SCRUM). I completely agree with Agile Manifesto. It's still difficult to convincing people (both client and managers) to adopt this methodology. In very few cases when I was able to implement SCRUM, the results were positive, both in terms of customer satisfaction and of team involvement. I'm sponsoring the methodology and the approach at all levels.
Yurij: (Unique Business Consulting) I fully agree with basic principles of Scrum. It's great to do, to improve and to create!!!
Ryuichi Nakajima: (http://libero18.hatenablog.jp/) for Quality of Engineering Life
Annette Heinemeyer: (Capable Software)
Barbara-Ann Fox: for the love of software
Erez Lotan: (http://www.linkedin.com/in/erezlotan)
|Nelson Armando Sanchez: (Universidad EAN) |
Neto Ataides: There's not how to not be agile nowadays
Dave Green: (Philips Healthcare) For far too long and far too often have organizations managing software development projects been kidding themselves that a waterfall based methodology will deliver results. Embrace the dynamic environment, don't attempt to eliminate it ... embrace Agile! Agile works, even in a highly regulated industry.
Patrício dos Santos.
Rocco Georgi: (PavingWays Ltd.) From experience with one-man companies to major enterproses agile methods in software development always beat rigid and inflexible processes and workflows. Software can ususally be developed faster, more flexible and with lower cost across the whole lifecycle of the product.
danilo zanelli: (SOFOS) I agree and I'll support the Agile Manifesto
Brad Poulos: (Quextit Media Corp.) I was very happy to come across the manifesto as it embodies the approach my partners and I have taken toward software development and the customer interface for almost 15 years. Thanks for putting this together. Brad
Otalia: (Portait Photography) You have my support!
Rebecca Chatham: (Nike, Inc.)
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