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.
|Click here to add your name to the list of signatories.|
|Signatures Received: 13 May to 26 May 2011|
|Mahmoud Zavaree: (Poshtibanan Pardazesh Aseman) I Support the Agile Manifesto!|
Jakub Buriánek: (Aragorn)
Palanisamy Subramaniam: (TCS) I could say firmly that one of the best things I learned is Agile! Definitely, it is exciting to develop agile software which meets the current business needs and generates value to the customer rather than developing out dated software which follows all the quality processes and complies with a design which was signed-off several months back.
Sean Boyle: (Common Vision)
Zoltan Gero: (ApriCog) Definitely this is the only way how we like building software.
Michael Marohnic: (ImageTrend)
Doreen Hinton: (http://doreenhinton.blogspot.com/)
Stefan Adam: (ACE project services ag)
satish Kumar: (Pitney Bowse -MapInfo)
Rasmus Frederiksen: (http://vector.dk/) The whole of agile development has always been summed up for me in the sentence: “If the landscape disagrees with the map, it is recommended to follow the landscape”.
Dealshelve: (Dealshelve) At Dealshelve, we practice agile development methodologies to deliver on-time high quality deliverables. Dealshelve aggregates daily deals from Malaysia's group buying websites and host them in one place.
Lance Vaughn: (CabForward) The Agile Manifesto encapsulates the *right* way to develop software, partner with your client, interact with your users and run your business.
Janani Dumbleton: I believe in the Agile Manifesto!
Narasimha Rao Dattappa.
|Fred Byamugisha: (Agile Eagles Limited) I support the agile alliance manifesto because it drives steadily towards customer satisfaction and successful software development.|
Nina Palludan: (FourD2) Agile development is the only way to delivery quality software and meet the user expectation and not have an implementation gap between written requirements and what the user actually needs
Raj Bhatia: (Systelligent Corp.) Agile software methodologies, practices, tools and learning by any other name would still be as monumental in the management of software development as as any other body of knowledge, maybe more so.This represents a growth in human thinking and a continuing endeavor to question what we do, how we do it, why we do it, and all such introspection that lead to change and improvement in the human lot. In signing this manifesto, I stand witness to the changes in thinking, management practices and growth of knowledge and efficiency spawned by Agile. The need for this is now and it has been sufficiently spelled out for all to adopt and implement easily. Thank you.
Dmitry Zubrilin: (2GIS)
Robert Burrell Donkin: (http://robertburrelldonkin.name) Looking back, my life in the 00's revolved around the Agile and Open Source movements. Exciting and challenging times playing counter-culture rebels. Now that these ideas are mainstreaming, the challenge of the 10's seems just as big and exciting: how to scale into the mass market whilst preserving that which made Agile successful and special. Interesting times.
Kullah Anderson: I have several years of project and change management experience. Though, I must say it has been of a traditional nature. And, I have not been directly involved in software development per se. With that being said, the Manifesto speaks volumes, is intuitive and "feels" attractive, even fun. I definitely am in support of it and the behaviors it implies.
Hrvoje Šimić: (Udruga Dizajnera i Programera)
Vasudev Narayanan: (ATOS Origin) Encouraging customers to use the software built by an individual or a group is one of the motto of Agile. This follows the basic principle of customer service by giving value add (delta) on every release. I endorse agile manifesto whole heartedly. Jai Agile!
Eric Law: (The Mediasphere) Values for life. Be Agile.
Serkan Yazıcıoğlu: (http://www.serkanyazicioglu.com)
Shajehan: (Nokia) Agile Manifesto has changed my idealogy of life.
Łukasz Lipka: (itSilesia)
Diego Pereira: (Aok Criative Solutions)
Alex Stahl: (hi5 Networks, Inc) I sign the manifesto not just to affirm my commitment to the practices, but also to the philosophy of being agile.
Marcelo Monteiro Custódio: (Inovação Software)
Anton Sakharov: (MLS Automatization LLC) It just works and makes life easier ;)
Gian Carlo Vegas Ruidías.
Noah Freitas: (Three Piece Design) It is great that agile development shifts the focus towards results and simplicity. The phrasing of "the art of maximizing the work not done" is particularly eloquent and insightful.
Mark A Bolduc: (Cardinal Solutions)
stefaan luckermans: (Thaste IT)
Chris Jones: (Digiati Ltd.) I endorse the Agile Manifesto. From personal experience and learning the hard way I firmly believe that an Agile approach to software development delivers greater value where other approaches have failed so spectacularly.
Mark Dickinson: Agile understands the unpredictable nature of software development and enables talented teams to excel and deliver quality software amidst the chaos.
Stuart Ainsworth: All good things come from open communication; good software is no exception.
|<< Previous||Index||Next >>|