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: 19 Oct to 31 Oct 2013
|Satyanarayanan Viswanathan: This manifesto provides software development teams with a free and open environment to develop software. I'm completely behind it.
Leena Vemmelil: (Tata Consultancy Services) I wholeheartedly endorse the Agile principles and our scrum team have been following these since long. Yes - "While there is value in the items on the right, we value the items on the left more."
Tristan Kromer: (TriKro LLC) The basic principles embodied here form the basis for continuous improvement in our lives, our teams, our products, the value they produce, and our customers.
Todd Jamieson: (Envision Online Media)
Mohd Shahnawaz: Time passes faster than arms of a clock. We witness nothing is as fast as "Change" that pushes the business network (stake holders) into a noisy crowd march. Here we need to be AGILE to understand, cooperate, acknowledge, record, change, develop, asses (Evaluate/test), implement and watch to change constantly to meet everybody's best need and expectations.
Frank Caputo: (http://www.frankcaputo.de)
Tom O'Connor: (http://devopstom.com)
Sagar Pawar: (kratin software solution) The value for working software nd short iterations is beauty of agile and the above principles really help client satisfaction , reduce ready to market time and a great customer interaction
Vimlesh Kumar: I endorse it. It is so obvious! Agile or otherwise, what other way would you like to develop?
Chris Andrews: (Wisconsin Community Services) Our sector (non-profit) exemplifies the Agile Process, where our passion for serving the community is more important that defining the bisuness process that we follow.
Ulf Seekamp: (Sofadeve Services Ltd)
Karina Vargas de Moura.
|Juan Pablo Acosta.
Joachim Seibert: (//SEIBERT/MEDIA GmbH)
Safdar Mustafa: (Al Jazeera)
Sachin Umrikar: Hi, I'm working in Software Testing - Agile methodology. I like to support the Agile Manifesto. Cheers, Sac
Dagmawi Gebre Yntiso.
Edgar Núñez: (3N Soluciones)
Gunnar Stahl: (gunnarstahl.de UG) For now more than 20 years I do professional software development. During that time I developed a personal interest in and mindset for delivering the best possible solution to my clients and customers. So going the agile way is just the logical next step for me. Thanks for sharing your ideas, values and insights!
Darwin R.C.: It's proven to work for more than a decade, and it is still the future of software development.
Hamed Bastani: (TAM co.)
Joseph Savard: (AIT, Inc.)
Rick Wedgeworth: It is hard to argue with success
Yorley Reyes Garcia: congratulations, was that great help for us!!!!!!
Igor Khmaro: (City and Malls PFM)
Vadim Zhedenov: (STEK LLC)
Dr.P.M.Khan: I fully endorse Agile Manifesto. Having been associated with so many software development projects (with traditional methodologies) and feeling the pain of "software crisis", I am looking forward to future of Software Development as "Agile" and wish that it helps reduce the pain-points & improves the situation by overcoming the challenges ahead in transition to Agile frameworks on the ground.
Gilbert Villanueva Jr.
Daren Davis: (Raymon James) I have been following these principals, intentionally or intuitively, for years. Happy to formally endorse them.
Rafael Ribeiro da Silva.
Brian MacDonald: Having spent the past decade practicing the priniples of Agile, I can attest that Agile works! It is the way to deliver real business value.
|Archit Jain: (YES Bank Ltd.) Implementation of Agile Methodology in projects helps us keep the end user engaged making him a part of the project development and delivery process.
It helps us in getting things delivered as per the ever changing business requirements in an efficient, lean and agile way.
Pete 'Apache' Matthews: (ApacheTech Consultancy) The principles behind Agile are what every Software Developer should strive to achieve. The level of emancipation it offers is implicit as changes to the original specifications can be made at any stage with the minimal amount of rollback.
Dominik Chlebowski: I wish Agile Manifesto to be embraced by academics, for the new generations to be spared from vicious corporate propaganda before they reinvent the wheel.
Maarten Bordewijk: (Bordewijk Training) Agile frameworks are the best possible approaches to delivering quality products since they take individual professionalism and value for the customer as starting point.
David C. Nelson: (IBM Global Business Services) I have supported and used Agile methodologies since '06 and have every intention of continuing to follow these guiding principles for Agile Delivery.
Anderson Sousa: (3PIXELS)
Hemant Patel: In today's past-paced and ever-changing business climate, Agile is the only realistic method that enables adaption, provides value to the client as well as sustainable results in a reasonably quick timeframe.
Markus Günther: To me agility means being able to do and experience all the things I love about software development together, sharing in the creativity, the sense of discovery and the pride born out of truely collaborative achievement.
James Cook: (ThoughtWorks)
Michal Malinowski: (W3art Studio) I always follow Agile rules. I is great idea and it makes sense.
Gerard Beckerleg: (SSW)
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Dennis Glover: (ARLUT) Agile is as Agile does...
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