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: 02 Feb to 12 Feb 2011|
|Bjarne Larsen: (EAL) |
Mario Serrano leones: (Dynamia Soluciones IT)
Rigel Di Scala: (IPnext s.r.l.)
Rafael Grottoli: (GVT)
Ed Murray: (JME Partners LLC) This manifesto supports a unique approach to human interactive effectiveness, project flexibility and simplicity. Project and process communications attain a new dimension of clarity and precision...and hence superlative results and value.
Panggi Libersa Jasri Akadol: (http://opensecuritylab.org)
George Violaris: (http://www.violarisgeorge.com)
Odécio Júnior: (ASK Software) shhh, we're implementing scrum...
Brian Hart: (BlueCross Blue Shield) Brian D. Hart PMP, CSM
Keith Corner: (Keane) I have 35 years of experience in the software development and project management arena. I'm a chartered engineer from the British Computer Society, an EVP certified by AACEI and a PMP certified from PMI. I believe in the manifesto and I'm extremely pleased with the improvement in teamwork that this mind set has generated.
Rohit Nanania: (Stevens Inst Of Technology) I have been working with this softaware industry till last 5 years. I almost worked in every steps of software engineering like requirement engg, design, development, integration, testing, release. As a good team player in software development lifecycle, You should have a knowledge of agile software development methods, thats why I am here.
John Hart: (Sogeti)
|Gaurav Sharma: (San Jose State University) |
Sebastian Bauer: (LOTUM GmbH)
Keith Jackson: (The Ministry of Technology)
Marco Antonio Orestes Teixeira: I support!
Rafael Luque: (Osoco) The only way to develop complex software nowadays.
Malcolm St. Romain: I began as a Malcolm Baldrige trained Operations Research / Industrial Engineering grad student in the early 90's. In 1995, began to developing web applications, and had no knowledge of the Waterfall SDLC. My partners and I were lucky, that our small company was not required to fit into any formal dev processes, we were simply focused on getting things "done", as soon as possible. Since then, I've continued to preach Demming principles of operations management and now I've found my home. Thank you for your commitment to this effort.
Kenneth Bellew: (HP) Excited to learn more about this.
John Green: (Sandbourne Systems Ltd)
Ronny Muñoz: (Lidersoft)
Tom Michaels: (Moody's Analytics) Significantly improved the way Moody's Analytics operates
VICTORIO GUIMARAES: I'm very interesting in compare the real capable of agile in social relations, in work teams. People interactions is the key of communication success and I think is the great point in Agile philosophy.
William O'Shea: (NHS) As a consultant to Connecting for Health, I am endeavouring to implement this manifesto within the NHS National programs, as a way of saving money, increasing user benefit and reducing delivery time.
Jon Butler: (Iva) Would just like to add my support for the manifesto.
|David Paniz: (http://www.davidpaniz.com) |
Frederic DUFFAU: (AKKA TECHNOLOGIES)
Kemas Antonius: (http://kyantonius.com)
Jayathirtha Rao: The Agile way of working gives respect back to the individual, increase quality, bring fun and passion back to delivering software and help balance work life needs like no other method does today.
Gabriele Coroniti: (Koronit) i'm new in agile development, but I think that is my best working method. Thank You
Can Tezcan: (Deutsche Telekom)
Joshua Jack : (Joshua Jack Consulting) I have found that these principles can be a driving force even when the project is not a software development project. These principles apply to any and all business practices where one wishes to remain "agile" and effective. . .
Tim Robinson: I believe Agile creates better products, inspires creativity in teams, and ultimately builds better relationships between Business practioners and Technology providers. In these days, one can not survive, much less thrive, without the other...
Dick van Hirtum: (OGD)
Lars G Berggren: (Longbrew)
Marius Poenari: (Endava) The best way to bring a team together and to deliver a project of highest quality, while being 100% flexible to change. Loving every minute of it.
Marianne Goeltl-Schuberth: (MHGS IT Solutions)
Shuhel Ahmed: (http://ahmedshuhel.blogspot.com)
Weymer Sierra Ibarra: (Desarrollador Independiente)
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