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: 31 Mar to 07 Apr 2016|
Mac Macaulay: (Brighton & Sussex University Hospital NHS Trust)
Rohit Jain: (American Express India Private Ltd.)
Pedro Cejudo Ordiz.
Aleksandr Mykoliuk: (mekal) That's cool )
Bradford Deckert: (Saudi Aramco)
Ricardo Ibarra: (Scotiabank) More than 10 years experience managing projects professionally convince me that the values expressed in the agile manifesto produce a best software and a best releationships between business and technicians.
Jaime Ojeda González.
Nishtha jain: (American express)
Sudhir Shandilya: I support this manifesto because I believe that it enables quicker delivery of working solutions while adhering to the principles of creativity and innovation.
Jaroslav Broz: (SCIA)
Radoslav Tsvetkov: (MAK3it GmbH)
Bill Adamson: I have been managing projects for twenty years. I believe that the Agile Manifesto enables a broader scope for success and significantly improves the flexibility of approach to project management. That is why I support the Agile Manifesto.
|Ronen Dancziger: (IBM) That's life: step-stop-lookaround-repeat. Getting yourselves from point A to B in rush-hour enforce you to re-think your route with each traffic-jam you may encountered.|
Kamal K. Gupta: (Sentient Revolution LLC) As a software professional with over 20 years of experience, Agile development is simply the most effective way to deliver high-quality, high-value software to clients.
David Boyd: I saw the light four years ago and have since fully supported the Agile "Software Development" Manifesto.
Daniel Inho Kang.
Juan Gascon: (CII Global)
Maxim Schepelin: We should go that way!
Pankaj Pant: (Capgemini) Agile provides benefit to all the stakeholder in software development: 1. Development Team 2. Vendor company 3. Client
Juri: the best way to develop software
Maarten Wolda .
Okwor, Linus Atim: (GDLI, ABUJA, NIGERIA) Responding to change over following a plan
Denzil Lobo: Being and adopting agile should be a way of life, in anything that you endeavour to undertake. Be agile and alive.
Rafsyam Hasyemi: (Accenture)
Mark Nebreda: (CSC) I full endorse the philosophy and practical application of Agile as the only operating model for the digital paradigm that is now the new baseline.
Edward D. Koziol.
Adam Simmonds: (Eduserv)
|Spencer Johnstone: Agility is the ability to adapt and respond to change ... agile organizations view change as an opportunity, not a threat -
Uday Chittal: As an IT professional with over 30 years of experience, I view the Agile Manifesto as embodying the essence of what is needed to bring Business and IT together to jointly deliver effective IT solutions to Business issues rapidly, for maximum benefits to all stakeholders.
Peter Brunone: (PSM) Keep uncovering better ways!
Juan Carlos Flores Luna: (Ecuprime)
Jude Robinson: Every team that values the priciples in the agile manifesto, always seems to be high-functioning and happy.
Mercedez Filo: (Consultar RFC) The best way to develop open software is colaboration, your visión is acurated.
Tania Patel: Although short and simple, the agile manifesto conveys extremely strong values. Even before the hype in "Agile development methodology", I have always as a Business Consultant and Project Manager valued individuals and interactions, iterative incremental delivery, working as one team with the business and just enough clear and concise documentation. I am truly supportive of each word in the Agile Manifesto!
Gus Garcia: By having tangible and humane values, the manifesto bridges every part of an organisation, not only software, but any organisation that would like to become agile, efficient, and deliver quality services or products as well as a quality work relationships.
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