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: 29 Jun to 08 Jul 2008|
|Chris Lockhart: (IBM GBS) |
Ian Carroll: (Solutioneers) Delivering software is hard and no methodology will make it easy. But, Agile makes it much easier to deliver software.
Michelangelo Altamore: (http://michelangelo.altamore.org) Your principles are effective. My experience in the software development has confirmed that. Thus I make my public commitment to follow them and to help others to do the same. Thank you.
Dejalma de Carvalho Arantes.
vishal bisht: (Marksman Technologies Pvt Ltd) We are the India based IT Company and we in Application Development , We are pleased to join Agile Methodologies in our Company for Application and Product Development
Ganesh: (NathCorp) I migrate apps over to Vista and make sure that the transition from Windows XP to Windows Vista is smooth. From what I have learned through trial and error,when there are too many unknown's in a project which is usually the case in Vista Migration,following agile methodology and principles is most efficient. Ganesh (Vista Migration Expert)
Steve Randolph: (Information Delivery Systems, Inc.) 20 years of Agile Programming and I didn't even know it had a name!
Till Gutjahr: (redQueen technologies GmbH) The Agile Manifesto and the resulting momentum have made my business fun again - THX a lot!
Ben Vandgrift: (http://neovore.com)
Dave Siracusa: (PERFWARE LLC)
Neil Macdonald: (UXC Management Consulting) Having worked in the financial services industry for over 25 years - I've always known that focussing on the items on the left are crticial to make significant and sustainable change!
Clément Bouillier: I totally agree with this manifesto, I think it will be a growing approach. At least I hope, I do not believe in traditional 'heavy' methodologies to lead to successful projects, depends on what we call success ;). Personnaly, I think success is valuable softwares for customers, i.e. that answer to their needs.
Jodok Batlogg: (Lovely Systems)
|Jeanine Velthove-van Velzen: (Twisted Pair bv) Involvement, don't leave before it works!|
Vipul Vashisht: (Polaris Software Labs) I have worked on agile framework and have found it to be very useful.
Thomas Schulz: (reutax ag)
Diego Jancic: (Cedev) It's not just about getting to the point; it's about feeling fine with you and having fun in the everyday tasks.
Zuzana Sochova: (http://soch.cz) I experienced Agile as high efficient methodology for SW development. I used Agile on several large international outsourcing projects.
Saul Lozano: Similarities to the cluetrain manifesto are not casual, are they? ;-) Best regards Saul Lozano
V. Lee Henson CST: (Agile Dad) Independence reveloutionizes the modern world. - Agile Mentor Newsletter July, 2008.
Tim Bosch: (Foliage) We believe that agile software development approaches can be used for regulated software development efforts, such as for medical devices, medical information systems, and other mission and life critical systems, and still maintain required design controls.
Dietmar Mayer: (SMARTDevelop) - a smart way to build well accepted applications !
Eric Brooks: (DigitalExplorations.org) Very interested in agile development. The focus on individuals and software is correct. I've seen what happens when paperwork rules and nothing gets done. I've seen what happens when people work in separate silos of productivity and their work never coalesces into a viable deliverable. I've seen what happens when the customer or user is forgotten. I support the goals of agile development completely.
Nirmalya Ghosh: (Cognizant) Agile is driven by nature! In the context of software solution our best interest is refining methodologies, expertise, tools and technologies to meet the demand of changing nature.
Luis Fernando Alfaro: (Babel Software)
Vijay Venkataraman: Be Agile - Be happy.
Kaveh Mousavi Zamani.
|Daniel Capo Sobral: The right column is like taking a car insurance. Or, at least, that's how it usually works. The left column is like learning to drive better and drive defensively. Both are importants, but the left column really is more important.|
Uma Ramakrishnan: (PASCI)
Christopher W Lyman.
Martti Tumanto: (Martinova Oy) having worked using this aproach since 1980's!
Mohammad Khayyat: (Rhapsodic Solutions)
Rafael Guares Quadros: For an efficient Software Development.
Frank Jansen: (Ericsson)
Jörg Ramb: Out there in the jungle this is just the only way things really work.
vijay yadav: NA
Philip McClure: (ICS Computing Ltd)
José Betancur: (http://www.betancur.org)
Dave Harris: (The Fenway Group)
Ajay Thakur: (Trimble Navigation Ltd) As a product manager agile helps me to get the product out instead of documentation & project plans (that are never delivered).
Fraboulet Brice: (Assystem)
Robert Dempsey: (Atlantic Dominion Solutions) Agile development changed the way we develop software and do business at ADS. We are happily not going back to the old way of doing things.
Derek Scollon: (Scotweb Solutions Ltd.) Over the years, I've had to use pieces of software written using "traditional" development techniques. The experience has been largely painful. Being able to see many ways that software could have been improved by timely feedback from real end users, I decided to start using agile techniques in my own development work.
Stefan Zoerner: (Apache Directory Project) Apache Directory Committer and member of the PMC, Author
Andrey Butok: (Freescale Semiconductor)
Lucia Tovar: (http://tovarr.eu)
Ed Rottner: (Braxtel Inc)
Dereck Hardy: (U.S. Cavalry)
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