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: 08 Dec to 18 Dec 2014|
|Andre Scharf: (DigitasLBi) Though not really working in software development but SEO, I support the agile manifesto, because I believe in the values behind.|
Mark Cody: (Liverpool Training Solutions) The Agile concepts had not only ensured the success of my projects, both my customers and my team have also benefited from the practicality and feasibility of this application by learning to collaborate towards the same objective
Isabel Schaff Cabanne.
Vitaly Korol: I Support the Agile Manifesto! Agile is the best way to develop valuable software products.
DEIDEAS: (DEIDEAS) The agile manifesto has all our support! As a web development agency we have been working with this idea since 2010
Ronaldo César Schork Júnior: I agree with the principles of the Agile Manifesto, customer oriented, delivering software earlier and frequently, responding to change over following a plan. Individuals are the important thing here, in my experience with software development, where companies tend to have big and complex processes, they work better based on individuals.
Rommel Villagomez: (http://rommelvillagomez.com)
Vinay Patel: (SN Inspired Solutions Limited) Agile is the only way I know of developing software.
Peter Sommer: (Peter Sommer Travels)
Doug Belkofer: (http://www.linkedin.com/in/dougbelkofer/) The Agile Manifesto, to me, recognizes the realities of everyday work and getting things done more effectively. Change is one of the only things we can count on every time to happen, and most other developmenet methods try to ignore that, or build heavy processes around dealing with it.
Jesus Mendez: (Seedbox Technologies) I confirm that I support the agile manifesto as Agilist.
David Gee: (http://ipengineer.net) Values I've worked with since entering IT!
Jan Škach: (http://www.skach.eu) Android and java developer
|Joshua Carson: (John Deere Intelligent Solutions Group) |
Melissa Jenkins: (Ford Motor Company) Agile software development is the most effective, efficient and accurate method of development I have ever used. I even used the Agile principles when coaching my First Lego League team!
Georgina Speight: A collaborative, iterative approach enables you to be deliver more effictively Always flexible, fail fast & learn from mistakes. Move forward.
Chris McCray: (@cjjmccray) I've worked with other methodologies but Agile really is the most productive, efficient and successful of them all. The techniques can be applied to non-IT domains too.
Giacomo Sandroni: (Proactive Studio) I support the agile manifesto, because I believe the capacity to adapt to every scenario is the key to achieve the best results and obtain the required flexibility for a successfull project
Jahanzaib Abbasey: (MI Dynamics) We are a large offshore software development company and agile is the way for us. This has enabled us to exceed out client's expectation constantly and consistently.
Dmitry Nazarenko: Agile methodologies are great because they have, since the late 90s, made the software industry and technical project management practices evolve at (more or less) the same pace as technologies themselves. They now allow for a rather large project to be built leveraging the speed and efficiencies software is capable of, contrary to traditional engineering and project management which is a very establish skill and industry.
rene: (SD Stein-Doktor)
Nigel Lippett: (Areaba)
John Smith: (Liverpool Training Solutions) I fully endorse the Agile Manifesto.Deliver working software frequently, from a couple of weeks to a couple of months, with a preference to the shorter timescale.
|Hugo Villeneuve: (Desjardins) I approve this message. |
Alex Vo: (Microsoft)
Brad Voeller: (Digital Creative Institute)
Marcin Konkel: (http://www.marcinkonkel.com)
Bjorn Wallin: (Postcode Anywhere)
Wajdi Osman: being an active contributor in a team and dealing with clients as partners is a great way of doing business. I not only support the Agile Manifesto, but also actively live it in my work.
David Alejandro Reyes Milián.
Milson Catão: (RH3 Software.) The practice of an agile methodology, took us to a bigger control of the application, with effective knowledge distribution between the members of the team.
Nigel D'Souza: (R3D Consulting Inc.) We are currently using and learning Agile software development methodologies.
Mark Cummings: (Focus on Training) I strongly support the principles of agile and the manifesto. It is a more intuitive and productive way to run projects.
Michael J. Gulley.
Andrea Grigoli: Start here to develop with Agile method...Thanks all
Juan Marcelo Yañez Baltazar.
Med Maroune Ajraoui: (agileitexpert)
James W Silk: (Monster Government Solutions) The Twelve Steps are not really a re-focusing as much as they are a statement on where we should have been in the first place. Agile Manifesto, ROCK ON!
Elien: (Urban Tribes) I support the Agile Manifesto!
Mark N. Goedert: (University of Illinois at Chicago) It is a great way to deliver value to our customers early and often.
MilManerasdeMedir: (MilManerasdeMedir - Auditoría SEO) 4 years of experience convinces me of the wisdom of these principles, approaches and methodologies.
Klodjan Meta: (B&TS SHPK)
Kristian Schier: (SAP SE)
Alexander Vasilyev: (ITOOL)
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