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: 29 May to 09 Jun 2016|
|Sam Morton: (Neudesic) |
Cory Robert Collier: I support this
Dave Sebek: (Centric Consulting) I wholly support the values ascribed to the Agile Manifesto!
Rafael E. Belliard.
Shruti Gupta: I support and believe in the Agile Manifesto!
Paul Brick: (nbs.digital) Reducing waste in any aspect of life can only lead to a better, more productive world. I support the Agile manifesto, and Scrum specifically for software development.
Juan Manuel Ferrer.
Lu Rossi: (Valuation Office Agency) I support the Agile Manifesto. I agree that it should be individuals and interactions over process. If process is a blocker, change the process to meet the customer need as well as satisfy the objectives of your organisation. It can be done!
Maria Elena Celma.
Kevin Farrow: (Revision Software Ltd)
Pedram Shirinbolaghi: (Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers)
Brendan Collins: I support the Agile Manifesto.
|Desmond J Seeley: Agility is the only way to meet the ever changing requirements of the world we live in. I endorse the manifesto and commit myself to the on going effort to ensure sustaiable business uplift
IRYNA PIMENOVA: (Oko Publisher)
Jenny Zhou: communicate effectively, work as partners, share the same convictions , the same values and meet the challenge together
Fatosa Olutosin Oladimeji: (National Assembly Library, Nigeria)
Gaurav Jain: This is converting traditional workplaces into a fun-loving, joyous places with incremented customer-focus, work-focus, team-focus. I am loving going Agile!
Igor Medeiros: (ThoughtWorks) For me the most import is "Individuals and interactions over processes and tools"
Sreepathi Ramireddygari: (Bank of America Merrill Lynch) I Support the Agile Manifesto!
Akinbiyi Olugbemiga Adeniyi.
Tracy Green: Agile offers solid solutions to the ever changing business dynamic as it relates to meeting the ever changing business needs. The facilitation of software development is paramount and including the stakeholders, analyst, project managers and developers throughout the process provides a platform for effective change and competitive awareness. Agile is about changing the way we think and focuses our priorities on delivering function software often enough to keep our stakeholders interested and included in the process.
|Mwape Daka: (The University of Zambia) I agree and support the Agile Manifesto|
Afsaneh Tabandehjooy: (Concordia University)
Neal Horrner: (Agile Brain Ltd)
Karan Kapur: Superb philosophy to help us
James Watt: (Software Engineer & Technical Lead) I am committed to using agile software development methodologies and practices that enable clients to deliver real value to their customers whilst meeting their commercial objectives.
Cindy Hoey: When the agile principles are understood and followed great things happen in what teams deliver.
Krste Andrioski: (Bablon Software Solution)
Vincent Charette: (Bitstep) Following the Agile Manifesto has allowed me to turn a minimum viable product into a fully working piece of software rapidly and get full managerial support and trust early on.
Julia Piven: (JBS)
Igor Petrushyn: (Lizard Soft)
Gijs Linssen: I believe collaboration and change will make the value.
Daniel Jaramillo R.
Bruce Maxwell: I commit to following the tenets of the Agile Manifesto. I see the value of individuals and their interactions. I value and focus on working software, and eschew metrics that do not support this. I commit to collaboration. I embrace change
Vadim Karp: (AlternativeSoft AG)
Nicolas Morin: (Reacteev)
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