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 Mar to 09 Mar 2011|
|MAHARAJA, B.E., PMP: (NetExpert Technologies Pvt Ltd, Hyderabad, India) As a IT Infrastructure Project Manager, I like the Agile Philosophy, the Agile principles and practices as a technique for successfully managing projects.|
Praveen Katragadda: I along with my team has been using Agile for more than a year since the start of the project. I could really see the difference in product delivery, adopting to the changes and crystal clear view quality and deliverable. This is because of Agile. The team output and commitment has improved a lot. One thing is team members have increased but on one changed or quit which made us to be on track continuously. Agile really rocks. In this present day world to adopt to the continuous changes and deliver the right product at the right time, Agile is best method I could recommend to anyone.
Karen Schlaien: Testing and QA consultant
Svend Aaquist: (Ajour Data & Musik)
James Brown: (Betgenius) Out of the cave and into the light! The agile alliance is helping to end the "Dark Ages" of software development.
Mike Romero: (CACI Intl) Finally a consistent approach to deliver customer satisfaction. The days of paralysis by analysis need to end. Technology advances to quickly.
Ahamed: (iPhone 4 cases) We support the Agile Manifesto. :D
Sean Harris: (Exoss Corporation, NVIDIA Corporation)
Oscar Galvis: (Gensolve) We have been using agile methodologies along with JIRA for the last 8 months, with great results, I truly believe this is how nowadays most of the software should be written.
Celine Szoges: (self)
|Roger A Guffey: (The Dental Care Plus Group) I look at a project as a hill our commanding officer has ordered the team to take. We can spend months analyzing every pebble and ditch on the hill trying to decide on a path, or we can immediately start up that hill and take it in a week. Agile practices, and Scrum specifically, is what gives us the ability to improvise, adapt, and overcome our impediments to ultimately conquer that hill while others stand there looking up at it.|
Matthew: (GE) I am a very new comer to this field.
Gary McCarville: (Monitise plc)
Fletcher Carson: (Omsphere LLC)
Bob Gors, PMP.
Adam Pickeral: An active practitioner, advocate, and student of agile software development values and principles.
Alex Urbano, PMP: (NetCorp Enterprise Consulting)
Nishanth K H: I complete endorse agile manifesto and try to follow them for any project that I undertake
Adolfo Neto: (UTFPR) The manifesto makes a lot of sense...
Enrico Stara: (DPattern)
Ronaldo da Silva Gomes Junior.
Mohammed Tolba: (Balance Group)
José Domingos Adriano: (Exsto Tecnologia)
Aslam Najeebdeen: (FrontCube)
Erdeniz SANLAV: (Starsale Turkiye)
Chuck Marable: I love the simplicity of the Agile Manifesto.
Hakan Ozerdem: (WEB TASARIM LLC) I stand by your values which Manifest presents.
Brian Pari: (Philips) AGILE FTW!
Ricardo Gavioli Silva.
James E. Ambler.
|Wagner Vaz: (IBM) The Agile Manifesto in my opinion, is so simple and yet so elegant.|
Gunjan: (Mckinsey) Best Methodologies for successfull completion of any critical project.
Bastian Knerr: (DESY)
Jona: (Jona Tech, LLC) In order to keep up or meet market needs, agile software development methods need to be explored and supported.
Carl Berisford-Murray: (Webmoco) The principles of the agile manifesto are timeless.
Sam J Goldberg: (Coventry Healthcare) I Support the Agile Manifesto and I pledge to become an Agile evangelist.
Graham Haythornthwaite: (The Big GH) As a software engineer I enjoyed working on Agile projects. As a manager I love it when my team takes an Agile approach.
Jose Machicao: (GestioDinamica Consultores)
Byron Zizos: There is a time and place for everything and a software development environment is neither the time nor the place for command and control approaches given this is the type of work that relies exclusively on the intellect and creativity of an individual. My experience as a software developer, systems analyst, and project manager has only been successful when command and control barriers of roles, responsibilities, authorities, and escalations, as such, are deemed illogical and irrelevant during collaborative efforts of amazing individuals towards a common goal of completing the work at hand. In my experience it is the only way any work ever gets done. I am committing significant personal time and resources supporting the Agile and Scrum methods to software development.
Martin Topping: (Azurew Payroll) Works for me !
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