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: 20 Apr to 28 Apr 2015
|Mike Szmansky: (Comerica Bank)
Ranil Seneviratne: I find the manifesto extremely appealing as it strives address issues inherent in conventional software development. We should be really grateful for the thought leaders of this movement for their pioneering work.
Paul Kenton Burt: This goes way beyond Software development, to a whole way of thinking and leading.
Jacob Gadikian: (MetaDev Foundation) These 4 simple statements of value have everything to do with making your work and work relationships go well.
Reginald Vance: Having witnessed the evolution, successes, and failures of software projects over 30 years, I can say without hesitation and with tremendous thankfulness, these are ideas, concepts, and principles whose time has come.
Mark Churaman: I support the Agile Manifesto as I firmly believe the application thereof can make a considerable difference in many organizations.
Maria Anaya: (UST Global)
Lee Jones: (Squareweave) For a thirty year waterfall "lifer", agile was a revelation that finally gave me hope for successful projects, and it has delivered in spades.
Wim Saly: (Competentie Netwerk)
Elizabeth Clark DeFrancesco.
Christopher Stemen: (Guidance Software) I endorse the agile manifesto method and principles.
|Hans Sowa: (Givval) I support it because I believe on it.
Werbth Ramos Rocha.
Luis Ramos: What a wonderful revolution! After a few years learning, practicing and teaching these ideas, today I am happy to put my name down on the list.
Andre Rivers: I Support the Agile Manifesto
Elio Severo Junior.
Carlos Peláez Parra.
Edward D. Nelson: (EDN Consulting Inc) I have been an Agile practitioner since 2006 and believe in the approach to managing product development.
Govinda Pyla: (Tech Mahindra)
Richard Zhang: I support Agile Manifesto. I belive it will be a improvement of the IT industry, even a social revolution.
Daniel Gonçalves Jacobsen.
Mike Prutz: As a tool for insisting on communication between individuals, there is nothing better.
Brajesh Singh: I support & endorse the Agile Manifesto in toto.
Thomas Smith: (Q Cubed Solutions) Agile works. No endorsement that I could give could ever speak as loudly as that simple action.
|Manisha : Once upon a time I was a Business Analyst in a world of waterfall and I fought to speak to developers to "Collaborate" on solutions. My manager never approved but I found myself sneaking to the other side of the building to speak with the development team.
Later a Knight joined the organization and a group of us converted to Agile. Since then I'm proud to use the Agile principles at work and in my life.
Alex Benson: (Blocher Consulting)
Jean Joshua Ghali: I support and endorse the Agile for a better way to satisfy the client.
Trever Yarrish: (codingZEAL)
Luis Serna González: I sign this manifesto believing that its principles can be applied in other business and also improve the final product scopes.
Eusebio Resende: (codeHeaven) Agile is the future of Software Development, but there's still lot of work to be done specially on the Project Managment area. Has for me, I'l do my best to support and endorse the Agile mindset.
Lopo Lencastre de Almeida: (iPublicis!COM)
BHASKAR KUMAR JHA: (Tata Consultancy Services) Transparency and Team Cohesiveness are two prime factors for a successful release and Agile is the best way to bring Transparency in team and to increase the cohesiveness between team members.
Stephen Byrne: The more projects I work on, the more I see that following this manifesto leads to success. It's amazing and humbling that the vision of the original signatories continues to be proven correct!
Marsal P. da Silveira.