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: 26 Jun to 07 Jul 2011|
|Akhil Chandra Biswas: Have used Agile/SCRUM for many projects (small to large) delivery during past few years. Agile/SCRUM has enabled me to delivery better software resulting high customer satisfaction and the software the business needs.|
Mike Behrns: Just makes sense. After practicing and struggling with the excessive amount of overhead in the waterfall methodology for years I've begun to realize that Agile is me.
Stefani Balam: (My own) I support the Agile Manifesto just because I am human and as a human I understand We can change our mind at any time, also We like things fast and well done, as a SW programmmer I really love that flexible manifestos like this exists, because they complement our freedom in companies as in personal point of view, --- Freedom of Choice !!!! --Steff
Michal Vallo: (Aguarra) I have deployed Scrum on several projects and had opportunity to manage cross company Agile transformation. I found dynamism of empowered teams very energizing and results incredible.
Leslie Jarrett: (Bank of East Asia) Two recent developments I have done in the organisation I work for have been done in the AGILE Manifesto style. Final signoff to live was easier and actual timescale from start to finish was far shorter than other similar developments with the same business team. The business team were more supportive of the development as they never lost ownership by using AGILE
Jean Dixon: Listening to the client ears wide open and hearing what he has to say!
James R. Gibson: (So.Cal Business Solutions)
Miguel Ribeiro: (Webcognoscere) Delivering quality software that meets customer expectations is an art. To deliver quality software, your team must truly internalize these principles and apply them each and every day. This manifesto should be entrenched in anyone involved in software craftsmanship.
|Micaël Masse: (http://micaelmasse.com) I encourage a better software development culture in the software industry. I share best practices, values and principles to raise people awareness to what I consider be a better way of working, producing results and delivering quality software.|
Pieter Olivier: (dotLogic) The co-founders of dotlogic were both involved in an agile datawarehouse implimentation at an Investement bank in Cape Town South Africa. We both went through the ups and downs of making it work and the result was a resounding success. Following on from that high, we both landed back in a waterfall world and it was then that we really saw how well scrum and agile worked. Perspective is sometimes the best school
Fadi Nicolas Zahhar: (Freelancer Developer)
Tasara Wilson Makamure: (TassCom)
Jorge Torres Salgado: (IECISA)
Mike Krings: Ohne Weg kein Ziel.
Sebastian Martinez: (WyeWorks) Agile has become to me the only true way to build reliable software, and being able to survive the constant change of requirements on an application.
刘清林: I Support the Agile Manifesto!
Juan Manuel Martínez Ortiz: (AXPE Consulting) We have successfully used Agile/SCRUM, for small, to large projects. Agile/SCRUM is a trust development framework, for our customers, and our developers.
Nick Martin: (Offkey Design)
Mark E Peres.
João Paulo Novais: (http://www.twitter.com/n0va1s) For me, agility is the confirmation of a glorious past, a fruitful present and an assertive future , valuing people, interactions and products. That our companies have corragem to change and reap the benefits of agile ... satisfaction and quality not have price!
Duncan Cooper: (Sapient Global Markets)
|Rothauski: (Gutschein - machIT GmbH) It is the common sense approach and bound to work.|
Elliott C. Tejada.
Ryan Behrman: Currently doing a dissertation comparing Agile to Waterfall in e-commerce projects. Learning about Agile.. it has a lot of resonance with Customer Focus and bringing the customer inside the organisation rather than keeping them at arm's length (this is better for the staff, customer, and bottom line). It is similar to lean approaches (less waste = lower total cost of ownership) so it has to be good :)
Fernando Verly da Silva: (Personati) Agile is strong, accepts changes and works in incertain cenarios.
Emac Shen: Agile has changed my fate!
sahil grover: I Support the Agile Manifesto!
Alipio Getulio Krohn Junior.
Bruno Larouche: (Génération Agile Inc.) Agile methodologies are not just a beautiful philosophy. I think this is one of the best ways to make the most of a human in a work context. One important thing, when we work in "Agile", you must think before doing things, and especially to take responsibilities, be they good or bad. .. Ultimately, I'm just trying to think outside the boxes!
ANIRBAN MUKHERJEE: (ASCENDUM SOLUTIONS LLC) I have been a fan of agile manifesto from long. Since implementation of the latter we found lot values in terms of deliverables with greater functionalities. I thus endorse the Agile Manifesto and appreciate the effort. All the best.
Climatizacion: (http://www.climasolworld.com) I support the human values that this manifest embodies. This is the key for a great century.
Shawn Wallace: (Solnet Solutions)
Jacob Smithson: (Enterprise Contract Management Software)
Luca Bonini: (Selecta Spa)
Raoul Buzziol: (http://www.linkedin.com/in/raoulbuzziol) It's a change of the mental model for individuals and organizations. Going Agile you will be a better person in your personal and professional life. So, go Agile and promote it.
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