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: 02 Apr to 11 Apr 2008|
|Rajashekhar: (IBM) |
Rahul Chandrakar: (IBM)
Roger Eduardo P. de Almeida: Make it better.
Israel Benítez: (Synapsis Sistemas e Ingeniería)
Matt Walters: (Parasun Technologies, Inc.)
Professor Venn: (http://www.wikide.com) The incremental force of system evolution is fundamental to all open systems.
Paula de Oliveira Ribeiro Costa: (Ericsson)
Adrian Carr: (Jewelry Television) I proudly and strongly support the Agile Manifesto. This is such a better way to do business, have fun,and provide a great value for the job we are hired to do.
Mahesh VG: (Jataayu Software Ltd) Have adopted the agile practices for quite sometime. It has been real joy with these practices and results are amazing !! It shall revolutionize, the way we work. Agile Manifesto in precise, is bliss to the software development
Gianni Salvagno: (Reggiani SpA - eDivision)
Pim Luth: (Planon)
Joep Wijers: It works and it's cool.
Paul Meyer: (TOWER Australia) We have during the past 18 months implemented two projects using our version of AGILE with 4 seperate vendors involved on a project at a time and it WORKS !!! On time and under budget but the bottomline was TRUST between management and the development team and TRUST between the vendors and the development team. Obviously we have now started on a third project using the same players .....
Natarajan Thanikachalam: (http://www.aadima.com)
Shivani Arunachalam: (CEI India Private Ltd) Agile made me run head over the heals. It's sensible, intuitive and flexible
Junyi Song: (Treasure iLand) Who got the wisdom of Socrates
Jean-Guy Mossu: (GDG) No comments. I do my best to respect and believe in the manifesto.
|Joe Johnson: (Logistics Technology Professional) I can not say it better.|
Saurabh Bhatia: (Safew Technology Labs) Agile is the way to modern day software development,it simplifies the way we develop software and allows the process to be clear at every stage rather than being chaotic. The only project where we didnt use the Agile tools was a big failure for us. As a startup in today's software environment, SDLC is the road to graveyard,where as Agile Menifesto in the light at the end of the tunnel.It however requires a lot of passion and devotion to be Agile.
James J. Gillard Jr., PMP: (Genesis10) I have worked with all types of software delivery methodologies. Agile, specifically XP, have proven superior from control, team work, learning, team/system flexibility & overall project success perspecitives.
Robert Wales: (http://robertwales.com) This industry has seen billions wasted in 'execution friction,' or, as I think of it, the 'methodology tax.' It's time to stop the madness and focus on value-creating activities. Agile is our best hope!
Dev Team: (Barcoding) Agile is the way to go !
Vladimir Litoshenko: (Exigen Services) I totally agree with all terms of Manifesto. Using of Agile Practices helps me and my teams to implement Projects, which are really helpful for the Customer Business, to meet all theirs Business Goals and to build self-organized TEAMS of IT Professionals, but not Groups of several Developers, Testers and Analysts.
Leeland Clay: (Indigo Data Systems) I've been a fan of agile development for years. I "preach" the word to everyone I know!
Santiago Navarro: (keensoft) It's great!. We work for disseminate it.
Jochen Pielage: Developing complex programs these days is just not possible without Agile processes. The market and the requirements do change frequently and the Agile Manifesto is helping to address this.
Gerald F. Conklin: (HarvestTime Software LLC) The level of entropy introduced into the software development process by the development infrastructure must be calibrated to match the scale of development.
zheisey: (Dosage Form Development)
Xavier Amatriain: (Telefonica Research)
|Haibo Yang: (Victoria University of Wellington) Conducting academic & practitioner oriented reseach in Agile practices is my current interest.Cheers.|
Rob Rhodes: (Teradata Corporation) Integrating resources to achieve greatness is a well known concept though many global corporations fail to exercise, recognize and or fail to promote these principles on a daily basis. The question many corporations face is..... Why are we not the industry leaders?... The industry leaders are intimate with the principles of the Agile Manifesto, embrace it on a daily basis and will continue to lead their industries because they don't fear change allowing them to deploy provable, repeatable high value business solutions on a quarterly basis. How do they achieve this greatness? By leveraging their knowledge assets daily to drive innovation. Cost savings and increased profitability is simple by product of adhering to the Agile Manifesto.
Patrick Kua: (Thoughtworks)
Jigar B J Patel: (Ascendum) I love this idea and would like it to be promoted in exponential manner
Jorge Soria Ramirez: (UCI) Agile is hard, as all truly good things are.
Tom McDermott: I support the Agile Manifesto as it highlights the value in people and skills, allowing the best to come out of dedicated teams who strive to succeed. It also promotes an open style of production, rather than hiding behind plans and documents, that welcomes every interested party into the production cycle.
Nick Kirkes: (Hi-Fi Software, LLC) Agile = a breath of fresh air.
Karl Smith: (Paradigm Interactions) This is a great start.
Debapriya Bhattacharya (Deb): I come from hands-on software development background and the Agile manifesto makes sense to me. It is practical and down to earth.
James Lu: (http://www.jamesflu.com) This is the way software development should be. However, we just cannot show the success of this methodology fast enough.
Vivek Ghai: (Panacea Infotech Pvt Ltd) I'm a firm supporter of Agile mythology, I've been using it since last 7 years and my clients unknowingly demand the same method many a times. Its a very human approach to work.
Michael Rempel: (http://www.michaelrempel.50megs.com)
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