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: 07 Aug to 19 Aug 2015|
TEKEM Christian: (AUDAXIS) I will print (draft mode and black and white mode) this manifesto and keep it in mind everyday as a guide for my IT team. -- Christian TEKEM
Stéphane Gurcan: (CADRES EN MISSION)
Christelle Calearo: ( TorqBolt Inc.) Agile has helped us a long way until now,and we expect extended support in near future as well.
Louis Larry: (Padi Internet)
Orlando Brown: (brownsmart) Being exposed the waterfall way of doing things, I was shocked at the pace that Agile development managed to move at, but after doing my research and adopting it into a few projects I have now seen the light as it were! So I am happy to endorse this manifesto, not that it needs one, and supper it's on going development.
Juan Pablo Cividanes Alvar: (N/A)
Eric MOREAU: (The Bluer Note Consulting) We apply this, and it works!
Alexandre Grenteski: Responding to change over following a plan. Individuals and interactions over processes and tools. If we could have this rules told for every IT person at their beggining... For sure we would have a completely different world...
wajdee: agile changed my career path in a way i didn't even imagine, it makes me understand the business and apply it into the development with the ability to accept changes.
Antonio Di Francesco: (Jamgle srl)
Alvaro M Ortiz R: (ADMIOS)
Mohana Janam: (Reliance Communications Ltd) Agile is the way to go, to deliver what the User or Customer wants or desires, in the world of Digital and Internet of Everything.
|Tarek Kiblawi: (Graywits) |
Fabio Fernandez Vallido: (Hcl)
Ariel Schmeisser: Agile is a different approach to software development, but mostly is a different way of creating real value for organizations, business and relations.
Daniel Benatar-Glahome: (SABRE) After working for over 7 years with Agile. I know it to be by personal experience the method that allows for growth and adaption bar none.
Charles H. Southworth: (The Southworth Group) Being involved with software development for over 30+ yrs (back to Univac/Remington Rand)I can attest that all efforts to deliver quick; reliable and incremental software to a customer helps tremendously towards the goals we all become software developers.
Graeme Christie: (Christie IT Services Lda) I absolutely support the manifesto. The Agile process has improved teh productivity and enthusiasm of my dev teams. Communication is far better and Business is more involved in the process. Big endorsement!!
Martin Schaldemose: I think agile. I work agile. I teach agile. Therefore I am agile.
Andy Hagadorn: (Logic Technology, Inc.) I have been doing software development since the late 70's and came to the same conclusions via 30 years of experience. I have seen many software development paradigms come and go, and this is the first one I not only agree with, but practice.
netlicensing.io: (Labs64) The Agile team at NetLicensing fully endorses the Agile Manifesto.
Michael Barone: Brilliant! I signed this back in 2006. Each year it makes more and more sense to me.
John Roby: I have worked in both Agile and Waterfall and I have consistently seen Agile deliver the right value at the right time. In addition, I have seen Waterfall's lack of responsiveness to change hurt final delivery and result in other follow on projects having to be done to deliver the proper value.
|Agda Martins: (Thoughtworks) |
Ebony Nicole Brown: (Ebony Nicole Brown, LLC) Agile People Transformation Coach
Lars Opitz: (www.lars-opitz.com)
Partho Ghosh: I've been using Agile techniques since 1998 and utilized Agile principles in waterfall teams. Implemented well, they create huge improvements in velocity, quality, customer buy-in and acceptance, accountability, sponsorship and product success.
Vusi Vuma: (Avanade) This serves to endorse the agile manifesto.
Leszek Soltysik: (MoreInfo Consulting Services) The Agile Manifesto principles can improve all business - not only software.
John Cherian: I Support the Agile Manifesto.
Ram Tallapaka: I coach / mentor Agile teams in my organization. In every coaching opportunity, I make a point to present the manifesto and have everyone repeat. The Agile manifesto tells a lot in simple words.
Andreja Misevski: Excellent approach to software development.
Mike Rooze: Life is like a big Agile project. You learn from doing things well as well as making mistakes. The key is to take time to learn those lessons and to improve your life (or project/product work) along the way.
Pablo Luchetti: I support the Agile Manifesto.
Daniel Rice: (LD Studios) We use these principles every day at LD Studios. Its critical to our core beliefs and our software delivery system. Call it Agile, call it Kanban, call it whatever you want. Commitment to delivering value to customer, clients, or stakeholders is all that matters in any software development paradigm.
Maurício Costa Pimheiro.
Melvin Raj Paul Singaraj: (Advanced Micro Devices)
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