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: 01 Oct to 10 Oct 2007|
Bill Hamilton: (WMPNJ Software)
Himanshu Gupta: I like Agile approach because it is closer to the way a human would behave normally and hence this makes it more intuitive.
Vidhya: Though we have been following many of the principals of Agile in the name of XP, I understand XP is just one of the Agile methodologies in existence. Agile is thus more adaptive and flexible to make it suitable to our individual environments.
Mike Robinson: Over 40 years experience as a developer has taught me that delivering working software is more important than rigorous planning, inflexible methodologies and all the fads we've seen come and go in the last few decades. Software development is an art, not a science. This is easily demonstrated by the number of programming languages that are available, and the number that are no longer used.
Chad Davis: (Skywire Software)
Christian Hammerl: New to agile SW development
Shvetha Soundararajan: (Virginia Tech)
Otto Yuen: (IBM Toronto Lab) What the 12 great ideas! Look forward to seeing the shrinking gap between customers, business people, and developers.
Kamy Ponce: I agree with the agile manifesto and hope that it transform the future of software development projects. My congratulations !!!
Wolf-Gideon Bleek: (University of Hamburg)
Daniel Brolund: (Agical AB)
Glenn Kees: (Centurion Consulting, LLC) Centurion Consulting is committed to the Agile Software Development movement and is espousing the virtues of agile methodologies wherever possible and articulating the benefits of its adoption.
Sten: (Imaging for Windows) I totally support this initiative.
Emam Hossain: (NICTA) I am a doctoral researcher and I have research interest in Agile
Florin Toda: Before working accordingly with agile principles and practices I had the feeling that something was wrong in what I did. I appreciate agile as being a natural process to be followed.
Jonas Nilsson: (Epsilon)
Ann Spivey: (IBM)
|Cesar Flores: Valuable paradigm for software development. Also excellent for engineers sanity and creativity|
Jerome Gravel-Niquet: (jeromegn.com) Agile web design
Chris Sweeney: (HSBC) Recently started using an agile lifecycle - great fun, highly productive, satisfied consumers - all round a most satisfying experience - now comes the hard part........convincing others
Glenn Kees: (Centurion Consulting) Centurion Consulting is committed to the Agile Software Development movement by espousing the virtues of agile methodologies wherever possible and articulating the benefits of their adoption.
Pepe Mena: (Interactua Proximity Marketing) For me, as a project manager, agile methods have unveil a new to way to approach software development. One of the key elements: bust people knowledge through self organization and decision taking.
Marcelo Flores: (UMSS) Agile development is not a methodology....is a philosophy. I'm a lecturer at UMSS,Public University and working now in Idioms technology, an infraestructure/supraestructure in order to development software with a compositional way.
Gordon Montgomery: (Neudesic) My area is user experience as it relates to an agile environment.
Jim Gillespie: (IBM) Go, Agile! Go Agile.
Bob Bannister: People before Processes before Programs.
Prakash K Raman: Agile is practical and promising.
Jason Wallis: (Dell, Inc.) Use these principles to guide your decision making process and it won't matter what formal development methodology you use, your chances of delivering a high quality product on time will be greatly improved!
Martin Vahi: Callit Agile or something else, it seems to work the best for me. However, I always wish that I knew anything better. :)
Abhinav: (CareerXperts Consulting)
Dr. Eke Bartholomew: (Oyol Computer Consult, Inc) I have been using Agile Method with some success now. However am using my version of the method which will be published in 2008. The version have been widely advertised and is presently examined and accepted as my research desertation at the University of Port Harcourt. It is very consistent with the Agile Manifesto.
|zhixuan zhu: (bowling green university) |
Kannan Rajaram: Agile is the next gen of software development - a full cycle where the business is the true driver and all else (process, documentation etc.) take the back seat.
Pascal Fares: (IpDots) The success of IpDots System integrator and project management is based essentially on the Agile attitude!
Miguel Domingos: (PsiEngine)
Bryan Reynolds: (Laminar Consulting Inc.) "We are uncovering better ways of developing software by doing it and helping others do it." Need you say more.
T.C.P.Elavarasu: I support the Agile manifesto. Certainly, the Agile Manifesto should not be mis-understood as an 'undisciplined way' of doing things.Systems are not "engineered", they "evolve". Programming is the dialog between engineer and the software.An excellent software emerges by a process of continious refinement. Attention on Communication is obviously a good idea. Communication between a developer and an end user is very much crucial. I certainly agree that it is a good thing to build projects with the help of motivated individuals,give them the environment,the support they need, and trust them to get the job done.
Peter Maurer: (Maurer & Treutner GmbH & Co. KG)
Rob Sukach: (Implicit Monitoring Solutions)
Sjoerd Jan ter Welle: (Bright55 BV)
Shane Currier: (Atlas, a division of AQuantive, a subsidiary of Microsoft) I don't know what took me so long to submit this. I've been an agile fan, specifically xp, since 2000. I'm currently a development manager at Atlas, and previously at AttachmateWRQ, coaching the agile transition of teams working on legacy c++ codebases.
Dragan Jojic: (Conchango PLC) It has been three years since I 'discovered' and started practicing and coaching Agile and Scrum in particular. In that time, I have consistently seen and been involved in successful projects delivered around Agile values. Likewise, I have experienced less successful ones where the 'trust' was built on elaborate contracts, the delivery based on processes and tools, and the progress directed and measured through rigid plans. It is my firm belief that Agile Manifesto articulates a better way to deliver projects.
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