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: 29 Sep to 09 Oct 2014|
|Nayeem Ashrafi: (Bangladesh) I've been in product management for 7+ years, never-ending development and delay in delivery/implementation were major headache. After switching to Agile (Scrum) I have found solution to these problems. We now can meet customer demand.|
Mark Finucane: (Genesys Development)
Kiran Tripurari: I strongly support and recommend the Agile Manifesto!
Mouhamadou Moustapha SY.
Pierrick Marchand: (NSPA)
Jat Macalalad: (inhomeportal) Traditional is good but agile is better.
Aashish J Kumar: Agile, is not only a better way of software development but also a better way of thinking and mind set that help teams to developing the software as well as improve themselves too. I have started my career by being Agile, and I strongly believe this is the best way of learning and experimenting new stuff.
Michele Gramaglia: Change happens in the Universe, why it cannot while we are developing software?
Brett Maytom: (http://brett.maytom.net) I fully subscribe to the empirical nature of agile to constantly seek better ways of developing software. As a Scrum Trainer my goal is to help others learn what Agile really is and the supporting practices. I fully endorse the goal, 4 values and 12 principles.
Alex Cornford: (Alekosoft)
Emily Wells: (Quick Chess) Agile made a big difference in helping me complete my project on time.
Matheus Tait: (ThoughtWorks)
Jan Tomsa: (http://tomsovi.com/jan.tomsa)
Rajeef: (Foofys Solutions) I'm a recent convert to the programming and software development world. I focus on mobile development especially android. I believe in the Agile Manifesto and it has worked out pretty well for me. For people into remote jobs like I do, face-2-face interaction mentioned in the manifesto could be a skype call/google hangout.
Darrin Desnton: (CSC) I find that Agile process just makes more sence that other process'.
Frederic Burguet: (AISIN AWTCE)
Robert ROSZAK: (SANTEOS)
Tiago Dias: (masterscroll) This manifesto has really caught my attention and I truly believe in its key principles.
miguel sanchez: (websense)
Julio Garcés Teuber: I Support the Agile Manifesto!
Cristian Tapia: I support the agile methodology because it allowed me to develop very robust software so quickly without to much documentation.
Prasad Tiruvalluri: (Sai Siddhartha Inc) I endorse the Agile manifesto and would always adhere to it
Aravin Rangarajan: (Miraya Tech)
Armand van der Walt: (Yotta)
Erik Johnson: (http://github.com/erikj)
Darren Smith: (http://Www.thenakedscrummaster.com)
Yevgeniy Protsyuk: (KGTracker)
Ercan Goekcen: (OSZ IMT)
|Ghanshyam Patil: Traditional waterfall model is good. But Agile is better, especially for new projects.|
Nga M Nguyen: (Prudential Assurance Vietnam) Working in financial institution where changes are frequent, I believe Agile will land and prove its strong foundation in an IT department of a corporation as well.
Ashish: (Visa Europe)
Glyn Harris: (TalkTalk Technology) Revolutionised the way that software is delivered!!
Spencer McGawley: Agile allows individuals and teams to become their best, achieve their goals, and deliver the best solutions to the customer. Trust your people. Trust Agile.
Santosh Thakur: I support the Agile Manifesto as it respond to change and give customer the utmost priority over cumbersome processes. In current world we need to be flexible, interactive and collaborate.
J. Victor Washburn: (Software Engineer) I support the Agile Software Development Manifesto completely.
Andrés Zeballos Juanicó: I believe that the principles of the manifesto are a better way to achieve better results. I support the agile manifiesto!
Rene Rodriguez: (Rene Rodriguez Consultor de Posicionamiento SEO en Galicia) Agile Manifesto provides the basis to build software with confidence, enjoying the process without thinking so much about the objectives.
Venkat Prakash Reddy Korandla: (Credit Suisse AG)
Vincent Marc L. Palomares: (Hurdman Coomunications)
Paul Richardson: (Aquarium Software)
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