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: 24 Oct to 04 Nov 2015|
Jesus Alberto Plata Pinilla.
Jaime Enrique Jiménez Arbeláez.
Andrew Valenta: (University of New Haven)
Valeriy Ivanin: I support all statements of Agile Manifesto
Vishal Avad: I firmly believe the Agile Development practices works more effectively compared to traditional development practices where requirements are keep on changing.
Nissanka Wickremasinghe: I learned about the agile manifesto recently and had a eureka moment. I came off of a difficult software project. With the agile manifesto, I can now pin-point all the errors that we made and now know how to improve on it.
Anitha: In 2012, I came to know about agile manifesto and its principles when our software product development team started using agile principles. Since training, I have been using & advocating agile principles throughout my software development career. Slowly I started realizing this agile principles can be applied to all nature of work rather than only software. Currently, as a sustainable management student, I am relating this principles across industries. This manifesto also stands for epitome of collaboration
Yeshi Namkhai: (my-HEXAGON) We do believe Agile to be the best way and mindset to create and consume software.
Mikhail Podurets: For more than 10 years that I have been working for the IT companies I have discovered that there is usually a huge gap between the process that developers follow and the outcomes that we actually pursue. Agile values are bringing us back to the contact with reality that we live in and give us a guiding light to align our work to the benefits of our customers, stakeholders and end users
Murat Mutlu Turan: I believe you do not need to follow an agile methodology strictly, as long as your actions support the basic ideas behind all agile methodologies, the Agile Manifesto.
Andreas Müller: (Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University Mannheim ) We must keep in mind, man was not made for machines or even worse was made by machines - but machines were made by man and for man, namely to serve him.
Liberty Page: (University of New Haven) I have been using Agile methods since the beginning.
|Geoffrey Bowden: (Egton Digital) An agile approach has led to more customer engagement and satisfaction within our organisation.|
Manu Manoharan: (IG) I am a developer and I strongly believe in Agile manifesto and have experience of successful projects executed in agile way
José Manuel Castellano Domínguez: Hace poco que he descubierto este Manifiesto Ágil y cabe decir que estoy sorprendido y maravillado por como se trata el desarrollo de software. Voy a empezar a usarlo en todos los proyectos que vengan a partir de ahora.
Ric Lambert: (R Lambert (IT) Ltd) I have been working with Scrum for over 10 years and I do not believe there is any better way to develop software
Murat Çavdar: I just met Agile. I resourced it and understood why we failed sometimes, why project never finished. I will work hard to use it in our projects and to teach to people arund me. Thank you.
Shauntell L. Campbell: As a Test Engineer, I have experienced the manifesto when embodied establish a solid organization, team, and product.
Nitin Tekchandani: (Intel Corporation)
Alan Hood: (Hood Software Solutions) For years, even before publication of the Agile Manifesto, I have been developing software, and working with users to improve application development, espousing these guiding principles. I wholeheartedly endorse the ideals of collaboration and responsiveness to change that are at the core of this manifesto.
Leandro Vaz: (Leadwork Technology and Training) Acting in the software development market for over 15 years, we find in agile development a way to be more productive and demonstrate greater value in the delivery of projects. The agile manifesto became our guide and mentor to not lose focus of what is important in software development.
Björn Janßen: The Agile Manifesto is a very simple set of values -- yet profound.
Ahmet Kayhan: (REIDIN)
Ryan Muradin: (Mirage ICT Services) Working software is the main goal! All the procedures and bureaucratic proceses within companies are the threats to that Goal. Being Lean to your customers will also increase the business relations and will build a long lasting relationship. I hereby sincerely sign the Manifesto as i Value all the principles evenly!
Juergen Dittmar: (cocondi - Coaching Consulting Dittmar)
shaune kudakwashe muringani: (muzinda hub)
|Richard Herrett: I have been an advocate of these principles and using this manifesto since 2007. These are easily forgotten about in the drive for delivery to a set time, but when put in to practice the teams and the company as a whole benefit no end. I endorse these principles wholeheartedly.|
Isaac "Link" Linkletter: (Quality Engineer) Developing strong quality teams requires the implementation of tight feedback loops and digestible chunks of functionality, to ensure that corrections and improvements can be enacted quickly, before further development obfuscates the original issue, and possibly complicates fix actions. The Agile Methodology sets a solid framework for ensuring that quality teams can fully support their developers and ensure that the right thing is being built the right way, with a minimum of waste.
Jen: (www.greycampus.com) In support of Agile Manifesto!
Ron Mason: (Imprezzio, Inc.)
John Knight: (NA) I fully support and endorse the Agile Manifesto and believe that the Agile principles form the best business practices for software development projects to succeed.
Fajar Wahyudianto: (Nusantara Corporation) This methodology is best suited for me. I support all the statements of the Agile Manifesto.
Jody Weir: These values are incredibly powerful and help me and my team solve problems on a daily basis.
Jakob Jenen: (Independent consultant) I endorse the principles of the Agile Manifesto. I advocate all organisation to work according to these principles for more successful projects.
Thomas Poirier: (Persystence, Inc.) I have developed or managed the development of software since 1990. I first became aware of the Agile approach, and of the manifesto perhaps as early as 2003, and thought it was primarily focused on project time frames and budgets. I was a professional deeply steeped in heavy weight models that believed process was the key. I became an unconvinced practitioner in 2006, and over the years have come to realize that Agile's primary impact is on QUALITY, as measured by a solution's ability to meet it's user's current needs in the best possible way. As I have come to appreciate the cultural norms that are most successful in delivering high-quality solutions in a timely, cost-effective means, I have come to see Agile as the true democratization of the software development process. Indeed, I think it is a pattern for managing everyone.
Alexandre Soler Sanandres.
Swapnil: (Paragyte Technologies) Agile Development for all
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