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: 27 Oct to 04 Nov 2014|
|Agencia de videomarketing: (http://www.parquedeatraccion.com) I support the Agile Manifesto|
Lorena Lemos: (PMI Nuevo Cuyo Argentina Chapter)
Kenneth Voss: (SeeSharper)
Alexander Openkowski: I Support the Agile Manifesto!
Dimitar Pavlov: (Black Bear Solutions) Strict agile is the way to go. We experimented with a "sort of" agile process, but strict separation of responsibilities and everyone playing their role is much more pleasant for everyone involved.
Islam El-Hariry: (IBM - GDC Egypt) I Support the Agile Manifesto
Kristof Ryheul: (Sofides)
Soh Yong Sheng: (NUS)
Ian Sarasty Medina: (System and Computing Engineer) I support the Agile Manifiesto!
Taras Shabatyn: (Vaimo) CleanCode, SOLID, SCRUM/Kanban, TDD, DDD. I know all those fancy words, thanks to the clever guys who had created this manifesto.
Williams Fuentes: i am agree
Anjuan Simmons: (Jannua LLC) I endorse and support the Agile Manifesto!
Mark Taylor: People over process. Always.
John Chapman: (LbNA Inc) Agile principles have been a guiding influence for me.
Gabriele Mancini: We win as a team, we lose as a team.
Daniel Orza: I agree to the Agile Manifesto and I salute especially the last sentence which makes it complete: "That is, while there is value in the items on the right, we value the items on the left more."
EMERSON NEVES MARTIM: (IBM)
|krishna coleman: (Liberty University) I fully endorse the agile approach because it is the absolute best way to build a culture of cooperation and optimize product through empowered teams. |
eva: (Blog de restaurantes en Barcelona) all my support to the agile manifesto! It's the better way to support great software!
Zaher Mousa: I support the Agile Manifesto. Principles define what is important in any development and managements efforts.
Joaquín Ponte: (Independent I.T. Consultant) I am a practicant of agile development
Jim Kamp: (Improvement Path Systems) Firm supporter of people collaborating and being open to change to deliver the high value to the customer incrementally.
Yemane Seged: (Mekelle University)
Declan Byrne: (DECEM Inc.) I think it is excellent!
Sid Wray: (Tableau Software)
Brian Clements: (Daugherty Business Solutions)
Carlos Andres Agudelo: (STC EU)
Ronald Stacey: (Daugherty Business Solutions) As a long-time waterfall PM and a fairly recent convert to Agile methodologies, I am a whole-hearted and enthusiastic supporter. The dramatically improved results are inarguable.
Gavin Choice: (Daugherty Business Solutions)
Tim Gordon: (Currently retired) I have unknowingly subscribed and taught this, or a similar philosophy in two medical product organizations. I sincerely believe this applies much more broadly to product innovation rather than just software development. I have examples of how clinical trial monitoring, laddered product introduction, spiral modeling, regulatory compliance all can and have professed the Agile manifesto. Sincerely, Tim
|Stella Obi: I am Agile Evangelist. I believe in the principles in of Agile for bringing about change, continuous development in life and I believe it’s the only way to have a healthy working organisation. Agile is truly revolutionary!|
Renee Pecuch: (Victaulic)
William Morgan: (PHP Water Investment Strategy) Luck is the residue of design.
Mike Caddell: Clear and concise, common sense. This is how we developed software when I started as a developer in the 80's. It works just as well today as it did then!
Chema Garcia: (http://chema-garcia.strikingly.com/) I am completely agree and committed to this manifesto. Also I will try to spread it wherever I go.
Simon Powers: (Adventures with Agile) The Agile Manifesto and Principles have guided the last 10 years of my professional life and given hope and promise to the myself and the Industry that there is a new and better way of building software. No one could have foreseen the huge change within software that has now spilled out to every business and practice to transform our work places to people friendly, customer focused fun places to work.
Krzysztof Habowski: (RST sp. z o.o. sp. k.) It works for us since 2009. RST supports Agile Manifesto!
Basavaraj H Halgali: (TATA CONSULTANCY SERVICES) In Today's ever changing business environment, we should look for better way to deliver IT services. Traditional Waterfall method is best in it's own right, but may not fit in ever changing business environment. Sol let's explore new ways of doing the things.
Enrique Decoss: (IBM) Following principles to have a great Agile Culture
Dr. Brian Anderson : (DAU)
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