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: 30 Jan to 06 Feb 2014|
Usman Kunnath: (Syntelinc)
Walaa Mohamed: (QUTS)
Robert Fox: (University of Notre Dame) The litmus test for any methodology is whether or not it produces repeatable results. The agile principles are proven and they tend to produce win/win scenarios for the entire team involved in any software project. One of the most critical aspects of agile is that it encourages a high degree of interaction between developers, product owners, and users over the course of a development project. There's an implicit acknowledgment that for software to be effective, it has to be viewed as something in a constant state of change and improvement, akin to a living organism. Agile is a commitment to quality software and user satisfaction.
Nikhil Arora: Agile covers what I consider the most basic and important aspect of any project undertaken. Effectiveness and efficiency should be the order rather than following unecessary cumbersome processes. Agile is the way to lean management.
Andy Todd: (Inviqa) It just works
Balaji Manickavel: (Amerisoftpro Systems)
Terry Haayema: (Agilation)
Siboniso Makhaye: (Ford)
Sachin Janorkar: Excellent development methodology. I was managing projects but this will give me new perspective to run the projects away from classical project management.
Olaf Giehl: (Magyar Telekom Plc)
|Nelson Aguirre Castrillón: (DSo) |
Bohuš Kaifer: It is never too late to begin.
Anna Gruszka: simple and working also in other areas than just IT
Chandra Shekar Ambekar: I fully support and approve the Agile Software Development Manifesto.
Jason William Hartfield: (http://www.linkedin.com/in/jasonhartfield)
Mark Nichols: (Technichols.com) Having used many parts of development philosophy for many years, and yet never fully having named it, I wholeheartedly embrace Agile in all its forms and wonderfully productive manifestations.
Alexander Isaev: (Wrike)
Chuck White: (Florida Blue)
sammy: (freelance) believe in the manifesto!
Jesús García Noguer.
Johnson Z: (Newtrendstech) I agree.
Antony Bailey: (http://www.antonybailey.net)
Colin Main: (http://uk.linkedin.com/in/colinmain/)
Massimo Pittella: (GoalStudio.it) I made mine the Principles behind the Agile Manifesto and regularly adopt the same spirit also in web marketing.
Sameer Ibrahim: Working on Agile methodlogy for close to 4+ years now. As a business analyst and a huge follower of "Common sense" approach rather than some dead approach based on black hole guidelines (read waterfall here) - I can safely say now that I am hooked onto Agile. It's plain common sense and it works. Better transparency, better client relationships, great team interaction. A proud journey man.
Mpumelelo Professor Khuzwayo.
|Jordon Jones: (Planet Drugs Direct) I vote for this manifesto.|
Georg Krüger: (Appic Labs GmbH)
Marcello Raffaele Avagliano: (http://www.railszilla.com)
Gordon Durgha: (http://gordondurgha.com)
Andrew Rusling: (http://www.journey-to-better.com) I am on a journey towards better and the Agile Manifesto continues to be a shining light on that journey.
Evandro Venancio: (http://evenancio.info) Simple principles to change the world. I believe and follow that.
Alexander Brookins: Agile software development is the future. Get with it or get left behind.
Olivier Cortès: (http://oliviercortes.com/) I use a SCRUM, eXtreme Programming and Lean inspired method. I strongly believe in “release early, release often”, use TDD as much as possible, continuous integration, peer-review and pair-programming. I work tightly with customers and end-users to make the software suit their needs. I use agile management software to keep track of everything.
Zankar Sheth: (Syntel Inc.)
Derek Stephens: (IBM) Full agreement with intent and direction.
Jose gustavo brasil.
Shane A Murray: (Shane Murray Consulting) I support the Agile Manifesto and its principles.
Rose Williams: (Binghamton University) Having been a Software and Systems Engineer for many years in industry, I have witnessed the failure of traditional SE process models and methodologies, and have come to believe that, with few exceptions, agile software development is THE sensible way to develop software.
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