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: 07 Oct to 18 Oct 2008|
|Cristian Petrache: (Tyche) |
Douglas Ross: (Kronos, Inc.) We can still ship crappy software! We see it all the time. Where is quality hiding? The software construction company must collaboratively foster and embrace the values of their users, their stakeholders, and their teams. If these values are collaboratively aligned at the same time, then you can expect the best of all worlds, regardless of the process. The advantage of the Agile manifesto is it steers us towards the right values and the right kinds of collaboration.
Rodrigo Ramalho: (http://ramalho.wordpress.com/) I believe in the principles behind the Agile Manifesto and I really believe that, by following those principles, we can provide better software, faster, while focusing more on the people involved in the process.
Ng Wai Mun: (http://www.wom-worthy.com) I Support the Agile Manifesto!
Michael D. Szumski.
Javier Gacimartin Gonzalez: (Grupo R) Esto es digno de ser explicado en los colegios..¡Bravo a todos!
Tobias Auinger: ([ipt])
Sarah Carrez: (Yahoo France)
Chris Pena: (JT Solutions, Inc.)
Ajil Jose Abraham: (Dhishna Technologies Pvt. Ltd) I Support the Agile Manifesto!
Alex Mutuku Mbolonzi: Very Informative
Herryt Bouma: Immediate recognition!
Luigi Anderlucci: (Accenture) After having worked in Accenture for a few years and having experienced the Waterfall development approach i've come to the conclusion that it is absolutely not the way of developing new software. I started reading the Agile development guides and i've been positively impressioned about how it can improve the overall development process and the time-to-market for new products. It is a pity i cannot apply its guidelines in my daily activities.
Tomas Eilsø: (Arenalogic) Support the agile principles. Arenalogic is a leading Danish company, developing high fidelity F-16 simulators for the military and companies in the aviation industry. visit www.arenalogic.com for more info.
Sebastian Zamorano A.: (Solem)
Vikrant Patel: The manifesto encapsulates fundamentals, which have been, and will continue - to be core to my approach to developing solutions.
Edson Angoti Júnior.
|Rudy Godoy Guillén: (HTU Networks) The agile model is one of the best-fitting approaches on software development for the current environment where turbulence and chaos rule over most plans and orchestations.
Organizations that want to be sucessful as business should adopt this approach to be able to maintain a on-going business supporting IT infrastructure which leads to business goals.|
Chad Reynoldson: (Reynoldson Control Inc.) I support the agile manifesto! I am particularly energized by working software over comprehensive documentation.
Morten Norre: (Agile Innovation) I am passionate about Agile, and so happy, it is becoming "the way" of doing software development. To me, it's all about people.
Peter Gregory, CISA, CISSP, DRCE: (http://peterhgregory.com/)
Hilario Pérez Corona: (Nabu Tecnología en Software) Esta es desde mi punto de vista, la mejor manera de desarrollar software... No se puede predecir el futuro, ni la demanda en los mercados, los requerimientos de las empresas cambian dia a dia, y esta es la mejor manera de ayudarlos a obtener una ventaja competitiva sobre su competencia.
Alfred R. Baudisch: (Auriumsoft Ltd.) Less talking, less "mimimi", more work. This goes along with the entrepreneurs: stop planning and thinking, MAKE IT REAL! What would the world be if all entrepreneurs sticked only to their ideas and didn't actually start them? We probably would be somewhat near prehistory men. It is part of my work and company process.
Juan Carlos Espindola: I am completly agree with the Agile Manifesto. Specially because right now I am suffering the CMMI level 3 certification. I realized that customers' expectations and they needs are not been taken in account, the goal is to get the certificate CMMI level 3 at any price.
Sukhjot Basi: (http://www.jotibasi.com)
Leandro Colella Pinter.
MRABET Hichem: (AFPA)
Marven D. Cook.
Mary Germaine: (Raytheon) Certified ScrumMaster since 2006.
James Krot: (BIM) We are strong believers in Agile Manifesto and we try to apply it to every facit of our business, from development to sales.
|Ashish: (Outshine Software Solutions) Have been developing application software's for more than 7 years, the thing i learned was that things change from time to time.Time has changes and we should also change the way we approach software development. Have experiences with various agile methodologies like SCRUM, XP etc. and i personally felt that they are very useful and so i convince our clients to use agile technologies as well.|
Praveen.V.Nair: (NinethSense) Agile is one of the proven methodology which can let the people do BIG things simpler. I strongly support the agile manifesto!
Yamil Bracho: (Grupo InaBox)
Allison Emery: (Vyllo) Vyllo (www.vyllo.com) is a custom software company headquartered in NY but our development office is in Argentina. Agile Methodology was something embraced by both continents and we have had great success.
Chris Latimer: (Norwich Union (Aviva))
Ruben Alberda: (Synpro Development)
Daniel Peralles: (Ci&T)
Thiago Bianchi: (IBM)
Krzysztof Supiński: (http://ksupinski.info)
Eric Lefebvre: (Avon Products, Inc.)
Jorge Campos: (Gemalto)
Daniel Schiavini: (CortezRO)
Jeff Porter: (Application Services) I currently work on a mainframe application, and although the overall process of Agile may not apply to all aspects of our project, I believe that some aspects of Agile can be used and infused
Ben Heideveld: (Cap Gemini / ABN AMRO Bank / Sogeti) I am proud to become a signatory to the Agile Manifesto. I have programmed Agile in C++ and Magic, designed OMT/UML for agile development (yes you can!), participated in multiple Agile developments under the name of IAD (Iterative Application Development) at Cap Gemini in the mid 1990's. I know first-hand that Agile can work when: 1. You have expert-programmers on board 2. Keep teams small 2-5 programmers 3. Work through a high productivity tool or a well stocked set of libraries 4. Understand Must, Should, Could, Won't have prioritizing 5. Be passionate and empowered 6. Either document well or write self-explanatory code 7. Have a test-strategy/approach 8. Be a team before anything else. Ben Heideveld, Amsterdam.
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