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: 12 Jan to 23 Jan 2013|
|Md. Sadaf Noor: (BRAC University) |
Nicholas H. Walter: (nherbw.com) I Support The Agile Manifesto.
Jeetendra Choudhary: (Incture Technologies)
J Schwan: (Solstice Mobile)
T.M. Moniruzzaman: (bGlobal Sourcing)
Adam Culp: (Unique Web Sites, Inc.)
Morgan LeClair: (REIA Developers) Individuals and interactions over processes and tools!
Iacopo Papalini: (http://iacopo.papalini.net)
Luigi Menale: (TRS SpA)
Leonardo Benedicto Nunes.
Florian Laudahn: (Oppstett GmbH)
Mehul Doshi: (Tribune)
Daniel Greening: (http://dan.greening.org) I use these principles in enterprise agility, transforming whole companies.
Jose Garcia: (oaSES Online, TutorFirst)
Tai Hunter: (Digital Outlaw)
Marco Mucci: (http://ca.linkedin.com/in/mmucci/)
German Munoz: I support the Agile Manifesto.
Joshua D. Kramer: As an individual developer experience has taught me the same principals that this group has formally advanced since 2001. So it now seems only natural to be counted among them and endorse our cause with my signature.
Mark: (Order Management System) We apply the Agile Manifesto whenever possible while building the CIO Direct warehouse management system and 3PL software.
Miguel Almeida: (ITClinical) The core values of the manifesto really make a change in the way software is developed.
|Ross Alderson: (Powershift) Agile turns software development from pure engineering into sculpture. It enables all parties to react in realtime and modify their aims, behaviour, technique or design through their individual craft toward the ultimate success of the project. Agile turns software development into a new kind of process, in a word Art.|
Rajiv Hassan: (Secure Link Services AG)
Massimo Bighelli: (ARCA Sistemi S.r.l.) I'm following these principles from the beginning, and I am very happy with the results
Diego Garcia Campos: (IBM)
Christopher Gabbert: (http://www.christophergabbert.com)
Georg Kies: Simple and intuitive. That's what I like and agile programming matches this.
Ting Barrow: (Content Critical, LLC) We have been using these principals for many years now. It's more important for us to respond to user needs in a timely fashion than to have the doc all perfect. And we find that by working in this way we actually garner far more user-initiated improvements. Good stuff!
Deris Carl Kent.
Oliver Ray: (http://oliver-ray.com)
Mateus Caldas Craveiro.
Robet Tuttle: (Bob Tuttle Associates) Agile carries a process that I started in Kaiser Permanente in the 1980s to a new and refreshing level. I feel it is imperative to involve everyone in all product development. Change is a reality, and should be embraced instead of feared.
Jose Hidalgo: I fully support the agile manifesto.
Tanya: What is most dear to our Mission and why we do what we do in the first place; the Human Element.
|Hiren Joshi: This is betterway to avoid waste by identifying the actual need of business at early stage of design, development of features and improving quality of deliverables more and more after every iterations. It saves lot of time wasted due to its cyclical fashion of completion of activites by doing continuous design, devlopment, testing and deployment by monitoring work DONE and backlogs. Really very useful in actual quality time to be utilised only and only for work.|
Liviu Gabriel Miron: (ISS Consult) I am Project Manager and in my career I used both Waterfall and Agile nad I can tell that in IT business, Agile works best!
Dale Sanders: (Health Catalyst) Barry Boehm was a mentor to me and many others at TRW, always emphasizing this balance between rigorous process and creative agility. He was instrumental in my professional development and philosophies, in software as well as executive leadership. TRW was a contractor to the Air Force Software Technology Center in Utah and through that association, I was a fly on the wall at Snowbird in 2001, quietly hoping that the Manifesto would grow and prosper. Today, the impact of the Manifesto is clear and largely responsible for the maturity and growing success of software engineering... we have finally arrived as a profession and the Agile Manifesto is at the heart of that arrival.
Ed Carter: (Retail Traction Consulting) YES! As a business guy who drifted onto the Tech side I always felt there was a better way to make software happen - when I started running my own projects I ended up developing many similar techniques on my own in order to make stuff happen - can't tell you how glad I am to discover I'm not alone!
Dele Oluwole: (http://www.scrumhint.com)
Dan Bryntze: (Omegapoint)
AMEUR: (http://yannick.ameur.free.fr) I agree and I defend the values of the agile manifest.
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