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 May to 08 Jun 2014|
|Keun Soo Yim: (http://https://sites.google.com/site/keunsooyim/home) |
Akiko Nishibuchi: I am very happy to be a part. It helps me to clarify what I have been feeling as my professional mission.
gianfranco franceschi: (Teleena Nderland BV) I Support the Agile Manifesto as a mean of maximizing the power of a team or a community. I support the Agile Manifesto as a mean to transition towards a higher level of professional awareness that includes a focus on functionality, competence, flexibility, spontaneity, and the demand for integrative and open systems.
Brad van der Laan, C.Tech.: (http://imaginativethinking.ca)
Joseph Fecarotta: (Change Agent) I can't believe I didn't do this before. Agile has changed my life for sure, and its an honor to be part of it. Drop me a line and we can slay complexity together!
Benjamin Jendrzejak: (Quicken Loans) Having learned about Agile at QL, I completely agree with the methodology, and I plan to educate those who could use its base as a grounds for efficiency.
Raj Kosaraju: (Maxil Technology Solutions Inc.) Agile’s modular nature means employing better suited object-oriented designs and programmes, which means one always has a working model for timely release even when it does not always entirely match customer specifications.I strongly favor three critical recommendations for selecting and deploying agile process solutions: empower business users, bridge the silos of the enterprise content infrastructure, and tightly integrate content and process technologies for satisfying compliance and performance monitoring.
Athresh Krishnappa: I have tried Agile practices in several teams and have found it enhancing the collaboration, trust and velocity of feature delivery by the teams. I would like to endorse and support Agile Manifesto as the greatest commandment to the Software world!!
John Reno: Agile is common sense.
Stephen Phillips: Thank You
Ernie Savoie: I support the values that the Manifesto embodies. Developers and managers that support and implement these values are making their companies part of the success stories of the century.
Joseph Kangerud: (SEB) Its rewarding to see progress in how the team delivers and how interested business is in being involved. I love IT.
Bharat nemade .
Marco Santambrogio: (VALUE LAB)
|Katherine Mattison: (TheIronYard) As I am in the midst of a life changing turn from working in Higher Education Publishing/Software Development to now working on the Front End Engineering side @ TheIronYard, I view the Agile Method as the Essence of what collaboration(as the touchstone for great creativity)/software development/ enhancing the world/and thereby positively touching peoples' lives can be. Going to an Agile Lunch & Learn here in Charleston, SC - The Digital Harbor. Looking forward to mixing it up with other Agile minded developers|
Olivier Vandette-Henri: (Scrum Master - LaPresse+) In a perfect world Agility would not need Scrum Masters, the agility should come from the collaboration and empowerment of every one involve in the organization.
morteza yadegari: (sharif university of technology)
Kyle Mitofsky: (Coding Everything) Agile understands that the end goal of developing software is to solve a problem. By prioritizing the items on the left, we aim closer to that goal.
Arvind Rathore: Agile is common sense and I endorse it !!
Kim Gokce: (http://kimgokce.com) The Agile Manifesto captures the values that guide my priorities in my day-to-day professional life and serves as "Magnetic North" to help me navigate the ever-changing demands of software delivery.
Martin Gollogly: (http://www.martingollogly.com) Agile is a very useful adaptive approach at problem solving. I have been using the concepts for more than 10 years and find it a very useful common sence approach to understanding requirements and listening to customers as well as making software development exciting and fun
Vishwam Shekhar Singh.
Ed Anderson: Agile principles are sound, and once a rhythm is established, I've found teams can be extremely effective at regularly delivering business value. Regardless of the focus being SDLC, or any endeavor where multiple disciplines are brought together to meet a challenge. Open and Honest Communication to All Stakeholders at All Times!
Danilo Gasques Rodrigues.
Ivy Baumgarten: (http://ivybaumgarten.com)
Rainer Hartmann: (Interschalt maritime systems AG)
Pascal Martin: Developing software never felt so good and so right before. Just four simple rules and one explanation that are common sense but unfortunately not common practice.
McKinley Whyte: Having been led through and led two organisation transition to an Agile culture. I currently work as a project manager for a MS Gold Partner where I evangelise Agile processes and culture to increase quality, efficiency and customer satisfaction.
Melih Ozdemir: (Detur International) Updating the Principles behind the Agile Manifesto; Our highest priority is to satisfy the customer through early and continuous delivery of valuable solutions. Welcome changing requirements, even late in the solution delivery lifecycle. Agile processes harness change for the stakeholder’s competitive advantage. Deliver working solutions frequently, from a couple of weeks to a couple of months, with a preference to the shorter timescale. Stakeholders and developers must work together daily throughout the project. Build projects around motivated individuals. Give them the environment and support they need, and trust them to get the job done. The most efficient and effective method of conveying information to and within a delivery team is face-to-face conversation. Quantified business value is the primary measure of progress. Agile processes promote sustainable development. The sponsors, developers, and users should be able to maintain a constant pace indefinitely. Continuous attention to technical excellence and good design enhances agility. Simplicity--the art of maximizing the amount of work not done--is essential. The best architectures, requirements, and designs emerge from self-organizing teams. At regular intervals, the team reflects on how to become more effective, then tunes and adjusts its behavior accordingly. Leverage and evolve the assets within your organizational ecosystem, and collaborate with the people responsible for those assets to do so. Visualize workflow to help achieve a smooth flow of delivery while keeping work in progress to a minimum. The organizational ecosystem must evolve to reflect and enhance the efforts of agile teams, yet be sufficiently flexible to still support non-agile or hybrid teams.
Leonel More: (www.uruguayit.com) The Agile Manifesto is a cornerstone of modern software development. In spite of the ideas were out there time before the signature in Snowbird, the simple act of enhacing them through clarity and simplicity of the manifesto made the difference.
Bhawna Ramanan: People interaction and constant evolution are the only way to deliver value in today's data driven world.
Romona Phillips: Agile wins over the old hat SDLC waterfall. Hopefully more companies will adopt and support Agile development.
Manuel Rodriguez: (Freelance Developer) I am very agree with de manifest, and i have supported its full application in my works.
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