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.
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|Signatures Received: 22 Feb to 04 Mar 2009|
|Rob Vance: (Rosetta Stone) |
Chris Doyle: (Serrano I.T. Ltd.) This mantra is a call to action, to fix something that is broken and I fully back it (at the minute). What we really need of course is the "right balance" between each of the lefts and rights, however that would never rally the troops, so well done guys. Lets hope that we can cope with the fallout if the "masses" take the mantra too seriously!
Michael Van Etteryk.
Andrea Maietta: (http://andreamoz.blogspot.com) Sapere Aude
Richie Bowden: (RB Consulting) In my IT consulting experience with a range of companies, agile development can provide an effective approach to developing and rolling out good IT solutions with practical business benefits.
Miroslav Vales: (IQdum.cz)
VIJI MURUGAN: (http://www.binarylook.vom)
Marcos Roberto Nunes Chaar: (Fonte Digital) Hi, I think and I used for many time the concepts in my work day by day. With this I can say that I am agile development as yours. For this I agree with this idea and initiative of organize, publish and distribute and concepts. As possible, in next time, I go to contribute with some thing. Marcos R. N. Chaar
Sandy Syx: (Doozer Software, Inc.) Bravo.
Ender Aydin ORAK: Common sense is so uncommon! Spread common sense, be agile !
Eric Gelinas: (StandardPixel LLC)
Alexander P Lopez: (Ander Creative, LLC) well said. This should go at the top of every important document that is involved in the development process of a site. I am definitely going to make this known to my clients and partners.
Stephan D. Deblois.
Matt Harutun: (Rally Software Development)
Gregor Heidinger: (HBDS)
Roger A. Printz.
Eric Miles: (http://ericmiles.blogspot.com) Agile is what it is all about. Understanding that flexibility is key, combined with focus on the proper elements and defocus some of the others, results in excellence.
Francesco Fioravanti: (Engineering SpA)
Russ Thompson: (ATSA)
|Rolf Schenk: (JOYTECH GmbH, Switzerland) People should never forget why a software program exists. It's not because there are computers. It's because it makes life easier to people.
People build IT for People. I am a supporter for software and processes that re-build the somehow forgotten aspect: The social aspect!
Yes. I support and life the Agile Manifesto!|
Pinto Philip: (CDC Software) Well I truly welcome agile and its manifesto,we have also started having lot of projects development now in agile mode rather than waterfall primarily due to maraket requirements and conditions.
Denis Brandolini: (ESIS srl)
Roy Mente: (vtsPN) I absolutely agree to this manifesto, let's fight for it, we are not there yet! Best solutions appear at places where the technology truely meets the business, needs and users. This way of development is a good start! To many attention is still going to "stuff" that doesn't add anything to the quality of the solutions.
Andre Carstens: (MWEB) Should have signed this a long time ago. After working in a Scrum team for the last six months I have to agree that Agile Development produces results!
Prabu: Agile should be made the methodology of the future. It should be advised and advertised more, for it to gain its share of popularity.
Sam Devito-French: (Skywire Ltd) I Support the Agile Manifesto! I am uncovering better ways of developing software by doing it and helping others do it. Through this work I 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 :O)
Bruno Bouchard: (TD Meloche Monnex Group) My body and soul embrace these sets of values and principles. It simply works. Long live "Good Sense"!
Wang Yizhe: (University i Stavanger)
Bill DeVoe: (Otto Von Productions, Inc.)
anand: Agile is Simple & same time great ! I with my team of 4, have developed some 6 small projects, 2 with normal development models and 4 close to agile. I must say it was a great experience. Customers are happier !!!
|Vincent DUMAIN: (Capgemini) Agility tailored without compromising agility...
Yes, agile principles also bring benefits on large distributed projects!
Yes, smartly applied CMMI model and agile pinciples get on well together!|
Richard Davies: (Schlumberger)
Michael Minuto: (http://www.linkedin.com/in/mminuto)
Carsten Sahling: (Holisticon AG) As a Certified Scrum Practitioner I try to convince everyone to act according to the Agile Manifesto.
Scott Smith: (http://oldfartdeveloper.blogspot.com/)
Mark Crowther: (http://www.cyreath.co.uk) The Agile Manifesto represents the reality of how success is achieved in software development. As a software testing professional I use the Agile Manifesto as a key perspective to how I ensure success in my approach to testing.
Mehmet Melik Kose: (http://www.melikkose.com/blog) Agile manifesto for people!
Ramon Aseniero: (JairoSolutions) As an organization we have been using agile methodology on managing all our projects. We have a virtual team and agile really helps us deliver our projects.
Sharon Robson: (Software Education Associates)
Wayne Hazlewood: (NATC International)
Chuck Stoner: (Sparrow PSG)
Patrick Boens: (Lato Sensu Management) Délivrer tu feras, À la satisfaction de tes clients Dans les conditions de temps et de budget. Créer de la valeur tu feras; Tes (con)disciples tu respecteras et fiers et heureux tu les rendras Afin qu'ils souhaitent t'accompagnent dans les nouvelles aventures que tu te fixeras.
Eric Briz: (BrizWorx) Concern for man himself and his fate must always form the chief interest of all technical endeavors...in order that the creations of our mind shall be a blessing and not a curse to mankind. ALBERT EINSTEIN, in an address at Cal Tech, 1931.
Salvador: Last projects I have managed demanded a strong methodology literature. Construction phases require a special way of working, flexible, not high modelled and structured. Reallity is more complex and adaptation in real time is how you can get success for your projects
Maciej Golinski: I'm finishing "Agile Web Development with Rails" and I'm already in love with it.
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