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.
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|Signatures Received: 06 Apr to 24 Apr 2007|
|Jose Gonzalez: (Accelerated Consulting Group) |
Robert Lincolne: (Brown Box Pty Ltd) Love the pinciples, and loved beginning the Agile journey and can't wait to build some fantastic web apps with the manifesto in mind.
Eugene Shifrin: (MWDN Ltd) Big organizations that follow the process cannot develop new good software. They can only maintain it at high costs. Agile stands for the people who get things done.
Niki Lambropoulos: (http://nikilambropoulos.org) I am using Agile Software Development processes
Chris Sterling: (http://chrissterling.gettingagile.com/)
Shauki Villar: (CNX) Totally agree with the manifesto, it is aimed to deliver working solutions and results, in order to satisfy customer needs.
Scott Williams: (Taylor Solutions, Inc.)
Mohamed Riyas A. M.: (NAiCO Information Technology Services (P) Ltd.) We support and follow Agile Software Development Process.
Edward J. Rose: Heard about the Agile Manifesto while studying a book entitled UML Distilled, Third Edition - A Brief Guide to the Standard Object Modeling Language by Martin Fowler. Throughout lifetime experience with programming and independent verification and validation of software in coordination with various software development projects, agree completely with the values and principles contained therein. Hopeful that support of the Agile Manifesto grows thereby bringing enlightenment to many for the benefit of all.
Patty You: (PTN Software Consulting Firm) Agile is the best way to promise the success of a software project, IMHO. Go Agile go!
carl zuroski: (4L)
Pascal Fares: (ISAE) promoting Agile in out Teaching for Master Degree Students (Engineering).
|Tejpal Mehta: (http://www.customsoftware.co.in) We have been following this model for custom software development successfully since 1996. We still have our clients from 1996 as satisfied active clients.
I am happy to support the Agile Manifesto!|
Nitin: (chordiant Software Inc) I agreee to the Agile manifesto as it stated the complete goal of Agile.
Victor H Damian Chicon.
Gabe Gindele: It's easy to overlook the word "over" in the Agile Manifesto. It represents a balancing act, shows our preferences, but does not provide an excuse to dismiss planning, documentation, process or contractual agreements.
Tanvir Ahmed: (Ways With Web)
Jim Murphy: (Mindreef, Inc.)
zswu: (None) Nothing, but i think Agile is right.
Thomas R. Utesch: (Utica National Insurance Group)
Alan G Dunkley.
Aldo Leonardo Silva: (BEta Solution)
Ram Venna: (Quantum Infotech, Inc)
Roger St Hilaire: (TechMagic Ltd.) I have long tried to develop similar methodoigies in the belief that people weigh out over fancy tools and processes. This matches the process to the people and not the other way around. I welcome this Agile way of Software Development, and will keenly promote the priciples in the Caribbean
Régine Deleu: I already develop software for over 18 years. If I look back, before there was any mentioning of Agile development, I can tell that most successful developments were done if people follow most of the principles now written in this Agile Manifesto.
Riley Baughn: (CSC)
Danny Anderson: ( ) Memento mori
|Steve Strickland: (Autonomic Software) It's time I introduce my development team to the principles here and see how we can all benefit from it. Thanks for sharing the manifesto!|
Christian Ullenboom: (tutego) As a consultant and Java trainer I advocate the “agile way”. Agile software development requires a lot of discipline but we will get satisfied customers.
Craig Cockburn CEng CITP: (Siliconglen.com Ltd) Very keen supporter of agile, especially in how it can be applied to more formal large scale projects where it would appear not to fit - even in a PRINCE2 environment the principle of releasing small amounts frequently is still valid. Having attended a number of seminars organised by Agile Scotland and talks by Amazon's Scotland development centre and JP Morgan I hope these experiences will lead to a greater take up of Agile in the public sector as well.
Scot Weber: (The Slackwerks)
Suparba Panda: Agile is the way to go. Inspite of all the changing requirements and continuous re-engineering Agile makes life easier.
Anna Ottobelli: For software development a new world is possible!
Rafael Benevides: (http://jroller.com/page/rafaelbenevides) I'm a brazilian supporter of the Agile Manifesto.
Jarren Long: (JincS, Inc.)
Paulo Cheque Bernardo: =)
Gita BAbaria: (SQSTeams) It is the common sense approach and bound to work.
Lonneke Dikmans: (Approach Alliance) In my opinion this is the only way to stop adding failures to the track record of the IT industry and to add value to the Business. On top of that, for the people involved in agile projects, work becomes rewarding again.
Germán Barrientos: (4G Systems) I have used CMM and CMM-I practices for years, and I think that Agile es the most natural way to do software.
Kober Thomas: (datengarten)
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