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: 28 Apr to 08 May 2015|
|Hema Prabhakaran: I support the agile alliance manifesto because I really care for customer satisfaction and successful software development, which is what this drives towards. |
Andrew Arkwell: (Arkwell Design) I support this philosophy! Great way to continue to improve any software or workplace in the modern world and truly the best way to satisfy users from creator to customer.
Kevin T McDonald: (ICF International) Agile Rocks!
Paul L Cimino: (Trans Lunar Designs) After years of traditional SDLC (e.g. Waterfall) and iterative processes (e.g. spiral and fountain). I finally learned of Agile principles in 2007. Eye opening and life changing, large projects do not have to be a chore, a death march or to be feared.
Brad Arthur: (Planit Software Testing) The agile manifesto is a good common sense approach to software development. Valuing people, software and change. I am a supporter of the agile manifesto and the twelve principles on which it is based.
Ravindra Sahu: Agile Software Development Manifesto, perfectly addresses all the problems in a traditional SDLC approach.And provides more privilege to team to learn, adapt and move.Over the time,it will boost team's confident and results in happier customer.
Ron Ballard: (The Data Studio Limited) The best project I have ever worked on, in a career that started in 1973, was the project that used the principles described in the Agile Manifesto most faithfully. It is so refreshing to find people in this business who really care about giving our users excellent computer systems. Agile methods applied properly are hard work. The results are spectacular and most rewarding for all concerned. This is the best way we have found to carry out our work. Accept no imitations!
Russ Helfand: (Groovy bits) Having lived through the nightmarish vogue of Waterfall software engineering, I strongly endorse the common sense approach of this Agile Manifesto.
|David Gutierrez Casals: (Flash) I Support the Agile Manifesto!
In this dynamic world with continuous changes and improvements, we are required to take a different more dynamic approach, which is where Agile fits in perfectly. |
Prasanna Hariram: (Tata Consultancy Services) In today's fast changing world, even after more than 1.5 decades after this was formulated, every word is so apt. Whichever stage of Agile journey you are in, you need to always go back to this and keep reminding yourself about it.
Jarek Rząsa: (Puzzle Club)
Paul Herwarth von Bittenfeld: (//SEIBERT/MEDIA GmbH)
Heriberto Burgos de Jesus.
NamSeok Kim: (O'ol Blue Inc.) From the bottom of my heart.
Shadrack Kioko: I practice and support Agile Software Development and Project Management
Georgica Racu: Agile method brings great value and confidence in the developer-customer relation.
Paul Southern: (Pasoco)
Enoc Villa Delgadillo: (IBM) Be Agile!
William P. Semes: (IBM)
Christián Vargas: (PROCOM Costa Rica)
Akhilesh Tongra: (IBM) I Endorse Agile Manifesto
shankar: (L&T Infotech) I have been following agile practices for many years and it seem new thoughts surrounding the agile principles
Dave Saboe: When organizations embrace the agile philosophy, they deliver the right value faster to customers, have happy employees, and innovate better.
Kapil Prasad Prusty.
Simon Dib: (AFL)
Raul De Los Santos Caceres: (INNOVATIC) I support Agile Manifesto. Raul
|Maitrik Kataria: (https://simform.com) As a product manager, I learn and re-learn ways to improve my projects' development paths. Agile manifesto and methodology have played a tremendous role in this. It makes me proud to be a signatory of this philosophy! To evolving future of Agile and better project management..|
Justin Smith: (VMware) Agile provides a modern framework with many advantages over traditional methodologies like Waterfall. I've become a believer!
Gabriele Bartolini: (2ndQuadrant) Signing now, 10 years after my first agile project. Better late than never.
Arindam Sen: I strongly support the agile Manifesto because of it's continuous focus on customer needs. Agile had proven it's advantages over the traditional ones like Waterfall.
Sandra Regina da Silva: (IBM)
Gian Mahil: (Cutting Edge Consulting) I truly believe working 'AGILE' should not be bound to software development alone. It can be embraced by all business related activities where a group of people are required to work together. I also believe waterfall types of are a consequence of the industrial age and can be replaced in the the information by AGILE ways of working together to deliver results.
Gaurav Rastogi: I would like to sign the agile manifesto.
Daniel Airton Wermann.
Akshat Khariwal: A true guide to Agile Development. I have witnessed its positive effects on the team, the organisations and the customers as well.
John García: I will respect the ideas and principles underlying the agile manifesto whenever I develop software, and I will help other developers to do the same
Michal Myszkowski: (Epam Systems Poland)
Juni Mukherjee: Leave the world in a better place than you found it in!
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