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.
|Signatures Received: 18 Apr to 03 May 2006|
|Thirumalai Kumar: People are more important than process.Agile method will certainly result in a Quality Software|
Juan Palacio: (Navegapolis) For efficient, humanist and common sense based management.
Russell Healy: (Cadence Technology)
Bruno Iecker: Dynamic code over boring paper.
Rodolfo Hernandez: (Freelance) Really important being a developer it is to have this moral code of behavior. The simple fact of knowing about it means start changing the patterns.
Sarit Kommineni: (Satyam Computer Services) It is a very good compilation. It should be on every teamlead's desk.
Kenas Kong: (WLCTS)
Naren: I have around 8+ years of experience in the web application development in this industry and i strongly feel that Agile methodology is the way to go.
vivek sharma: Your manifesto is a real world manifestation of the Business world. The beauty is it being devoid of the associated hoopla, which is so common in this space.
Frank Gilroy: (http://www.frankgilroy.com)
Sunil Padmanabhan: (First American Real Estate Solutions)
Philip: (http://philip9876.rediffblogs.com) Attended the "Lotusphere comes to you -2006" in Singapore and had the opportunity to hear about this initiative from Alan and Steephan. Its a refreshing change to hear this initiative rather than the same old marketing stuff that a company tries to drill into our minds. A different approach towards looking at problems and hopefully achieving results in a better way. Cheers. http://philip9876.rediffblogs.com
Gary Bergeron: (CCI) The hardest issue in implementing Agile that I have encountered is in the sales cycle. Most people (especially Project Managers) are not ready to hear: - The overall project will probably never be done - Sorry but your customers desire to have their requirements conveyed in a few sessions is really just a pipe dream - Agile is a fundamental shift in the we think. The process itself is not revolutionary, it's in the attitude. Kind of Zen like. To get the sale we often sell out the principles of Agile only to try to work them in once we have the contract. Not good.
Ernst Kuschke: (http://dotnet.org.za/ernst)
Fabian Wolf: (http://www.fwwd.de)
Luis B.Chicaiza: (Dexon Software)
|Mohammed Qattan: This is my second time here, my first time was someone who really liked the idea
i am some1 who is changing the community
i have done my 4th XP project
in less than 2 years i moved from Senior developer to Technical team leader
to a project manager,
and in less than 6 months i will be the section manager.
thank you XP,
XP has made me able to deliver successful projects.
my customers are always happy
and they are willing to give us more work and project
now i am spreading the knowledge for the univeristies
and what do you know
i make sure to stand up for the Document Oriented processes
it is not easy, and it is much fun
when the people wish that the they had eggs and tomato
and i feel so proud that i follow the XP
and i make presentations about XP
i call them "XP When success is a mission"
you cah check it on www.mqattan.com
Thank you all (XP inventors and Implementors)
next time i will submit a support
it will be when i am on my own company
doind XP to the bones
thank you very much|
Eduardo Mercovich: (GaiaSur inSpiro) After years of trying to force predictive (traditional engineering) methods with variable results, I discovered the agile, or adaptative, circa 1999. These agile methods are useful not only for software development but for almost any project in which the first order variables are not predictable. Since I usually work with people in projects that are new (because of it's ideas or because they were previously not done by their organization), I have found this view very useful and invaluable many times in the last years. I do support completely the agile methodology and it's primary values. Thanks a lot for your inspiring work... :-)
Kevin L. Flanagan: (Technology Continuum)
Pedro Galvan: (Software Guru magazine)
Sandeep Tyagi: (Inventa Technologies Limited) Our company is a supporter of agile software development manifesto. We believe that people should always come before the processes.
Michael Mahlberg: (independent consultant) To me the agile manifesto is the essence of all the "common sense" practices that made projects successful in the past decades. It's one of the best ways to strengthen practical approaches in software engineering and establish a new understanding of the field.
Rajalakshmi Balasubramanian: (Infosys Technologies Limited)
|Peter Walraven: (NEC Philips) |
Thierry Cros: (Abylsen)
Jackson Miller: (http://jaxn.org)
Lars Hansen: (NSW Department of Lands) The Agile manifesto reflects why most of us are involved in the software development process.
Petr Gangnus: (http://accelerando.euweb.cz) In a motivated community it could work well. But what if users are not motivated? Are we to use the method anyway? How?
Anthony T Davis: (Noridian Administrative Services)
Claude Aubry: (aubryConseil)
Claudio Perrone: (InnerWorkings)
Rajiv Sundar: (ETS)
Alex Felipe II.
Mohannad Ismail: I totally support the agile manifesto, and support the simplicity in software development.
John King: (Event Inventory) I am Scrum Master for a team that supports and enhances multiple eCommerce and eBusiness Web sites.
Daniel Vasquez Lopez: (Microsoft)
Robert Xeno: (Indicative Data) Sensibility of Agility
Christian James: (Noir Consulting)
Dhandapani Natarajan: (eFunds International India Pvt Ltd) We, in eFunds Prepaid Solutions team, extensively follow the scrum methodology to reap the benefits of quicker ROI. Our teams are built on a mix of on-shore and offshore associates but yet we could effectively follow scrum methodology with a small overlapping window for the daily scrum meetings and sprint planning meetings.
Ofer Deshe: (Simbiosi) I totally support the manifesto. This is an efficient an effective way to produce customer centred systems, addressing changing needs and promotes simplicity. And more selfishly it brings back the enjoyment of innovation, responsiveness and productivity when creating interactive systems.
SALINA BT. MOHD ASI: (Northern University College of Engineering of Malaysia)
Augusto Sansoni: (ASG) I agree with the principles of the Agile Manifesto and I am sure they will pave the path for an increasing business with our customers.
Dylan Hogg: (Fairfax Digital) Just makes sense.
Mark Walker: (General Atomics)
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