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: 26 May to 06 Jun 2011|
|Volker Holz: (Cyan IT GmbH) |
Volker Krambrich: (NORSULT Nordic minded Consulting) Yes, it needed to be said. Yes, it needs to be practiced. And we having experienced the better way need to tell about it. That is why I sign in support of this Manifesto.
Lucia Voinescu: (Groupe SNEF)
Maxwell Leonardo da Silva: We really need to learn how to build more with less. In all aspects of life.
Ronaldo Palma Baptista.
James Richardson: (Magic Key Consulting)
Arnaldo Ono: (I9 Tecnologia) That is the best way to guide our behaviour to deliver valuable software to the customers.
Sam Azer: (http://samazer.net/about) The on-time and on-budget delivery of a successful software project is not difficult to achieve but it's never an accident. All those who have tried to practice excellence in the I.T. field for the past many years have experienced the same realities and have come to follow similar practices. We have found that the only way to build a software system successfully is for technical and non-technical team members to work together towards success while following a solid and reliable iterative process. The "Agile Manifesto" and the "Principles behind the Agile Manifesto" represent an excellent outline of that basic experience that we've all had and continue to have today. It's an honor and a pleasure to add my signature to these documents. Thank you.
Bruno Abitbol: (Stacktrace LTD)
James Mao: (Autodesk) Love Individuals and interactions, love Working software, love Customer collaboration, love Responding to change. Also love one month iteration. I am not (god horse) process. I am not (floating cloud) framework. I am a group of software development methodologies based on iterative and incremental development with self-organizating and cross-functional team. I only represent myself. I am agile.
|Carlton Schuyler: (http://dragnon.com) In Software, It seems that change is in fact not a constant. It's accelerating: In expectations from users and coders, in our capacity to modify and create, and in our necessity to learn.
The more I talk to people who use what I write, the more we reflect on what we do with it and how it could work better, the better off we all are.
The more I reflect with my collaborators on what I am doing and why, and how I might have done better today and ought to do tomorrow, the more I can with confidence say that I am a Software Craftsman.
The Agile Manifesto puts into words what many of us value and often want to explain, but perhaps lack the eloquence.|
Stefan Ahlqvist: (Signal Processing Devices Sweden AB)
Ilia Bider: (IbisSoft) Minimizing risks for creating wrong/outdated products
Rossana Ricco Rodgers, PMP.
Elliott Lowen: (advisor software)
Manfred Sorg: (BASF) I've always worked this way - but until now I didn't know it was "agile"!
Marcelo Aruzamen Perez.
Srinivasa GV: (SAP Labs India) Yes. I truly believe in Agile principles and i'm helping my organization to live by it.
Kareem Gad: (PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC))
Younes Baghor: (webwizart.be) As Technology and software evolves we have to make sure that we can react at the same speed. I will support the Agile Manifesto and express it in all possible form's i can.
Salvatore Guarino: (Servizi informatici di Guarino Salvatore)
Carl Elliott: (Seepiphany) The challenge in most organization isn't getting the project team to support this Manifesto, it is getting the executive team to be able to live with it.
Hari shankar: (Agribuys.com(India)pvtltd/ FoodlinkOnlineLLC)
Cielo Marie Navarro.
|Romualdo Lodovici: (Consorzio ICT Opera) Agile = Fatti # Fatti = business # business = bene comune|
Sebastian Zieba: (Haze) Just: Thank you!
Gerard Sczepura: As a Context-Driven Software Tester, I fully support the Agile Development Manifesto.
Koen Stroobants: (ElkIT)
Jesus Jacques: (Mega Techway Inc.) Reponding fast to change in any company is a big money saver practice. I completely support Agile Manifesto.
Kalil Mendonça Valadares Peixoto: (HUMANO Tecnologia da Informação)
Jack Falconberg: (Fortenberry Legal) I handle back-end legal software development for a regional law firm. The processes and principles behind the Agile manifesto are integral to our product development. Our focus is always on the end-user/customer, and in the long run the simple, results-oriented Agile approach is the most effective way to reach our goals.
James Larry Gaines II: I endorse Agile as it's more realistic than the typical waterfall model...
Mark L. Hotz: (IT) I think this is an excellent approach to not only deliver value to a customer, but to get customer/client project or development "buy-in" as well.
Rodolfo Javier Vega Arevalos: (Synergy Studio) I pledge to use, transmit and disseminate the agile methodology, and as far as possible to help improvement.
peter hagemeyer: (future skies, inc)
Luis Ham: (http://www.coacalco.org)
Nico Paulo Mendoza: Agile does wonders for development work and brings out the best in developers. Will go Agile anytime!
Sudhindra Chillarige: I support the Agile Manifesto!
Antoine d'Otreppe: After three months of struggle during my internship, and after shifting from a rigid methodology to an agile one, I now understand this manifesto and what it's worth.
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