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: 19 Jun to 27 Jun 2016|
Andrea Medeghini: I support the Agile Manifesto!
Prabhu Jayaprakasan: Agile/Scrum is the most efficient way to go with Software Development.
Herbert Lee: Fully support Agile which is the innovative methodology and focusing to deliver value (working software)
Fernanda Sales Bittencourt de Lemos.
Guilherme Cordeiro: (Universidade Federal Fluminense)
Alexandre Augusto Mosquim: (Recursos Muito Humamos)
Betty Oteri .
Jonathan Coyle: (Murex)
Kirill Bukshuk: (DELTA SOFT LLC)
Nimesh Dani: (Net Infinity) Committed in adopting the Agile methods in Software Development. Our customers are delighted with how fast we are generating a minimum viable product using short sprints and generating value early and often.
Pradeep Kumar: (Infosoft)
Baris Kalaycioglu: I am in full support of the manifesto.
Marco Soliva: I believe that the Agile Manifesto is the fundament for comprehensive teamwork and the key to efficiency and effectiveness.
Bhargavi: I Completely agree & support Agile Manifesto! :)
Devang Shah: (Sofitron)
Barry Anderson: (Mogital) I Support the Agile Manifesto!
André Martins Piacentini.
Colin Ilgen: I fully support this endeavor to enable better conditions for software engineers and customers alike.
|Sunil Gopalchandra Samanta: (American Internet Matrix, LLC) I had sponsored and coordinated development of a software project for developing application for designing, drawing, and estimation of irrigation structures for the first time in India during late 1980s and early 1990s not knowing it was Agile development. I instinctively accomplished it successfully and what I had done matches with what I read about Agile!|
PhilVlach: (Red & White Design) This is the way it should always be! Throw away the red tape, bureaucracy, and hyper documentation. Embrace the working copy, constantly, iteratively, evolving and becoming better.
Kevin J. Halbleib: I support the agile manifesto. At the heart of it I see individual respect, responsibility, accountability, and empowerment.
Maanas S Bukkuri: We are uncovering better ways of developing software by doing it and helping others do it. Through this work we have come to value: Individuals and interactions over processes and tools Working software over comprehensive documentation Customer collaboration over contract negotiation Responding to change over following a plan That is, while there is value in the items on the right, we value the items on the left more. I solemly swear to promote and internalize these.
Kamil Świątkiewicz: Agile Manifesto's principles are great and useful guidelines for doing the right things when you bring new product to life and not only it.
Mark Otten: Agile is the only way to go!
Humberto Santos: (Oi)
Alyson L Abramowitz.
David Borlo: Thank you. We are adopting this manifesto for venture capital and corporate innovation.
Marco Leenders: (Atos) As a former Oracle Programmer and Designer I totally support the Agile Manifest.
Surya Vangara: My personal philosophy is very aptly established in the Agile Manifesto! So, I whole-heartedly endorse the Agile Manifesto!
|Alan F Larimer Jr: Agile needs to be more than a buzzword. The Agile values and principals need to be fully adopted. Incorrect and incomplete implementations will not improve a business, a product, a group, or any industry. I will continue to do what I can to promote a true and complete Agile philosophy within my spheres of influence.|
Emin Gurbuz: (ACM Agility Services Company) As an Agile Coach, I strongly believe, love and embrace Agile Manifesto and its principles in my professional life, everyday. I teach the manifesto and the principle at every training I gave. Sincerely, Emin Gurbuz, Agile Coach, Turkey
Dr. Mahdi Derakhshanmanesh: While "agility" has become a buzzword often used in an incorrect way, the very essence of the manifesto still holds today. It remains an art to live these values in specific project conditions.
Rodrigo Fálico Faria.
Gaetan BELBEOCH: (Leroy Merlin)
Díaz & Hilterscheid: (Díaz & Hilterscheid) Die agilen Softwaretester von Díaz & Hilterscheid leben das "Agile Manifesto" und versuchen diesen Gedanken unter allen Softwaretestern zu verbreiten.
Juan Albuja: I Support the Agile Manifesto! Collaboration in the team is the best tool that we have to succeed in projects.
Rehan Farooq: (R Soft) I Support the Agile Manifesto! I have seen successful delivery of quality software through Agile way, compared to traditional way of trying to collect and document most of the requirement early in the project life. The golden rules of thumb are: 1. Change is the only constant especially for software development projects. 2. The real requirements begin to show up immediately after the very first version(s) of software get demonstrated and used by the users. Agile principles guided by the Agile Manifesto seem to be the most effective way to managing, implementing, delivering and supporting software development projects.
Israel Alcázar: (Thinking with you) I am a beliver that "it's all about people" so for me first statement of the manifesto is the key.
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