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: 22 Apr to 05 May 2010
|G.J. van Ek: (Senet software development) Way to go!
Alfred Vella: Who could argue with the manifesto?
darkblue: I Support the Agile Manifesto!
Flavio Lima: (Campos do Jordão) Trabalhamos sem para na busca de sempre estar utilizando linguagens cada vez menos linguagens e sim desejos e planejamentos afim de representar de forma fácil a programação que se torna uma verdadeira instrução;
Grosjean: (RENAULT) Agile is new way to run project with constraint budget et happy customer ! I support the manifesto
STERGIOS MAGLARAS : (Forthnet S.A.) Senior Software Engineer
David Boss: The Agile Manifesto is an important step in the evolution of Software Engineering. When an organization follows the principles associated with the Manifesto there is no limit to what they can accomplish.
Diwakar Gupta: (Proteans Software Solutions) Have been following the Agile Software Development methodology as a .NET Developer and find it very useful for incremental development and for better collaboration & delivery.
Hany Hussein: (Nebras Technology)
rahman mohammadi: (Pascal system)
Patrick Espake: (http://blog.patrickespake.com)
Renato Buarque Guidini dos Santos.
Julio Viegas: (http://julioviegas.com) It's hard to change people and culture, but initiatives like this need to be practiced in first place by software development teams, so maybe we can do a revolution from the bottom-up. Don't ask for permission! Get some guts and start doing things the agile way today!
Igo Coelho: (http://www.igocoelho.com.br)
Mahmoud Aoki: (WebGoal)
Ygor Thomaz Souza de Almeida: (http://ctrlclabs.ygorth.net/)
André Almeida Maldonado.
Celestino Gomes: (http://blog.tinogomes.com) I work with Agile Manifesto practices since 2007
Juergen Schwietering: software engineer R&D
Daniel Stanciu: (CGS) I feel like Agile Manifesto suits better in our days of continous adaptation in Software development. A happy customer is your next client!
Luiz Crespo: (Globo.com)
|Ken Boyer: (Vizlogix LLC) Although we are a tool vendor, our tools and overall philosophy are geared towards supporting Agile principles. We believe in empowering individual developers in their quest to create software efficiently and with the utmost flexibility. While people are primary in an Agile approach, tools are very useful in enabling refactoring and the detection and elimination of duplicate code.
Jose Emilio Gonzalez: (Scrumming.org) El manifiesto ágil resume claramente el camino a seguir para desarrollar software util y de alta calidad. Debemos darlo a conocer a la mayor cantidad posible de personas. -- The agile manifesto clearly outlines the way forward to develop useful and high quality software. We must make it known to as many people as possible.
Jeff Hall: (Digital Maelstrom LLC) When I founded Digital Maelstrom, I held the values of the Agile Manifesto close in mind. We have worked hard to build a technology company which reaffirms these values within our work, the work of our partners, and anyone we may collaborate with in the future. We do this to benefit our customers, ourselves, and the state-of-the-art as a whole. Digital Maelstrom supports the Agile Manifesto!
Walter Uys: (TACIT Consulting) The Agile Manifesto represents a way of delivering software that is often given lip service in organisations wanting to be up to date, but requiring a fundamental change in approach that on the surface appears to be in contradiction with traditional methodologies. Agile Software Development is not easy, not because of the manifesto, but because of the prejudices and expectations of commercial organisations.
Joseph Starwood: (http://www.linkedin.com/in/JosephStarwood)
Geri Schneider Winters: (Wyyzzk, Inc.) I have used an Agile approach for many years before it was called Agile. In my opinion it is the best way to develop software in a timely manner that meets the needs of the customers.
Francesco Sferlazza: Sometimes it is really hard to introduce those principles in mature companies. In my everyday work I try to inspire, coach and lead teams by leveraging on the Agile Manifesto.
|marcin: (Military University of Technology, Warsaw, Poland) I'm writing my MA thesis about agile software development. It is really usefull for me - in my study and work too.
Thanks for that,
Edwin G. Manalastas.
Prashant Pund: (AgileSoft Methodologies, Pune) I firmly believe that the people oriented approach of Agile methodologies makes the differnce. I link it to Mahatma Gandhi's people empowerment doctrine in the name of Panchayat Raj.
Giancarlo Gambetta Pita: (MindQube) Tradicional ways to develop software are obsolete in a world that changes every second.
Suvas C Mahapatra: (MAQ Software) The 12 principles in Agile Manifesto touch the very purpose of software development, establishing a direct linkage between the purpose with the process of software development. We have been using these practices for over 7 years now with very high customer satisfaction.
Sameer Panda: I support the Agile methodology and would like to implement in almost all future assignments.
RajaMohan: (Wipro Technologies)
Abbas: (The Databiz Software Ltd.) Databiz Inc. is an ICT Solution Provider Company managed by a group of professional engaged in Software Development, Outsourcing and BPO services
Jarrett Jordaan: There's always a deadline, there's always a push, never any time, and the weight of the world on developer shoulders. Till I attended the first scrum day in south afica not to long ago. Embracing agile methods seemed the natural thing to do. I must say that agile methods have definitely affected my and many of my co-workers lives positively.
a.k.m zahidul islam: (STM London) Agile is a best model for small software design.
Vikas Zacharia: (VarZac InfoTech) I support the agile alliance manifesto because it can give benefits to the customers and developers..
William (Bill) Berger: (http://www.linkedin.com/in/whberger) I'm proud to support a set of human-centered and human-valued business principles for working.
Mahesh Bansal: (Wipro) Based on my experience of 9 years ( working in US and India )as business analyst in financial domain, I can say these four principals are the key to get a long term satisfaction and relationship in the business of developing software.