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: 23 Mar to 04 Apr 2013|
|Katherine Champion: Passionate about agile development and delivering technology based solutions that deliver business value.|
Abdelrahman Mahmoud Salem: (yahoo)
Simone D'Amico: (Metwit LTD)
Markov Alexandr S.: (Indusoft ltd)
Farhad Shahvir: (Feizy) Software Architect Senior Developer Team Lead
Jelle van Wieringen.
Valdemar Lipenko: (Insota. Intelligent IT Solutions) ... an important milestone in the evolution of software development!
Chennakesava Rao: The World is now chanting the word 'AGILE'. Its all about bringing a dramatic change in the way we look at things and value the pieces of process. Just not about Software, nurtures every individual on the agile boat and builds a true character within one self. Wow, i love Agile. I love the principles and its becoming the passion. I endorse with a firm heart. Go Agile..Go. Transform lives.
Mahgol Amin: (Volvo IT AB) writing my thesis about Kanban in IT. came accross this manifesto. Cool stuff!
Emmanuel O. Salmasan: (PHTBH Central Co. Ltd.) While we strive "helping anyone exist, and assuring anybody's competence" in business, we believe and support the principles of agile manifesto as we value harmony internally and externally. Promptly adjusting and adapting to changes manifest responsiveness and agility.
Seth Morecraft: (CodeScribers) Customers love nothing more than to have something of value delivered to them constantly and this is one of the core principles behind the manifesto.
Darren Richards: (Premium WordPress Themes) We have tried to use the ideas to optimise how we work together.
|Prakash Wagle: (http://prakashwagle.wordpress.com) |
Michel Paulon: (Norber)
Stefan Wunder: (http://stwunder.wordpress.com)
Trushar Patel: (Wells Fargo) JDI!
oscar aponte: (tecnologias sinergia sas) fast development, CRM!!!
Jason Hetterle: (Confluence Health) I totally agree with this concept. So much emphasis is placed on comprehensive documentation and structured process that you forget to create.
Victoria: (INTERSOG) We use Agile development in our projects and it proved to be extremely effective
Vibhor Mahajan: (http://www.linkedin.com/in/vibhormahajan) I've personally used SCRUM for a couple of projects and they have been the best executed and the most fun. Would recommend teams and organizations to give SCRUM a try (and I mean the REAL SCRUM and not your own adaptation of SCRUM)
Sebastien Tremblay: (EmpireOne Group - Australia)
Luca Di Cesare: I am a free thinker
Trevor D. Zabel: (The Knowland Group) You're not having fun if you're not doing Scrum. Scrum has helped us stay innovative and on target.
Muhannad Abdulhamid al hariri: Using Agile is one of the best things happend in my life for managing projects and delivering high quality software that made clients and customers happy seeing their ideas come to life quickly
Nicholas Riegel: (ITpedia-Solutions LLC)
Roshan Mushtaq: (Cognizant Technology Solutions)
|Alan Gawthorpe: (Future Thought Ltd) Over the years I have noticed that customers rarely value the documentation their IT teams produce nor are they impressed by what methodology is being used (even if it is Agile). What they want is software that works and solves the business problem at hand - even if our understanding of that problem changes.
That is why I endorse the Agile Manifesto, because it focuses on why we have been employed to do the job in the first place.|
Satoshi Furuichi: I am sure of such declaration being the best thing for a developer and a customer. We try hard for better development and value.
Ryan R: I read these materials to get a better understanding of what this idea of Agile is/was. This helped greatly. Good Work!!
Endre Kazinczy MSc.PMP: After using for quite some time the traditional methodology, I came in contact with Scrum. I learned it, I am using it and now I love it! It is fun, it is human, it works. You should try it! EK.
Carlos Irigoyen: For less apprehension and better software.
Sven Wißmann: (Steria Mummert Consulting AG) Thanks for the Agile Manifesto. It is not (only) about the value it delivered, but about the rethinking things, it started.
Ash Minhas: Common Sense and Convention over process is the only way to make sustainable progress.
Arvind Thanvi: (Moinee Systems) While working on our mobile and cloud based products, we realized that, in working, our approach has transitioned from waterfall to agile. Hence started practicing agile in more formal ways with the help of agile project management tools.
David Newby: (Evadan Systems Ltd) I support the agile manifesto
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