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:
  • Individuals and interactions over processes and tools
  • Working software over comprehensive documentation
  • Customer collaboration over contract negotiation
  • Responding to change over following a plan

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 Jul to 17 Aug 2007
Vyacheslav Sakhno: JustaProgrammer
Jamal: (WHIZTEC.COM) We have been using extreme programming and agile software development process since 2002! We found it the best and fastest way to get our web based ERP product matured. We created a web based extranet framework to interact with the customers and partners (we call it software supply chain). All the interactions among stakeholders are recorded. Now we are planning to launch the framework as product to help the software companies!!! Best wishes for the Agile Manifesto!
Gaurav Mittal: (Apnatek) This technology is something which is gaining momentum but still time is needed before it becomes widely acceptable in industry.
Peter Sevier: (http://www.petersevier.com) As a QA Engineer with 8 years of experience testing software, I have found that Agile is a fresh approach to software development. I am currently seeking a Software Quality Assurance Engineer position with a software company in the Silicon Valley/San Francisco Bay Area that practices Agile.
Johannes Maurer: An austrian software developer
Rajivnayan Gupta: I would like to sign it for Process approach and requirement gathering functionality during software development for this approach. This will help in better design pieces coming out which will serve strong and confident platforms for software designers.
Rex Bigger: (Cabiri Technologies Ltd) I cannot believe that individuals who have not looked at Agile would not then use it. Agile is the commonsense approach to software development.
Richard Salit.
Wagner Montalvão: (LV Design) I am applying Agile Software Development from what I am learning with the Extreme Programming. Everything I can say for now is that these deals are working pretty good for me. Thank you all for your collaboration and congratulations for the good job. Count on me for anything I can do to enhance you all too. Best regards! WM
Paul Sisco: I have been pushing agile development for years. The major point of frustration most development teams face is when the items on the right are more important than those on the left. Let's reverse that, and enjoy what we do. Here's to having fun while creating great software...
Susan M. Fernandez: Having served as the project manager for more than a dozen releases developed with Agile SDLC, it works! From my experience, relationships between IT and its customers have improved, because of the collaboration, as well as the faster turn-around of software that better meets client's needs.
DANYAL SAHU: (MBT) N.A
Rajesh Chundi: (ApogeeTek) We strongly support agile Development, as we have noticed, aspects of agile development make the projects delivered on time, and adjust the course as necessary through the development cycle.
Don Gray: (http://www.donaldegray.com)
Ivan Perilli: A way to work, to produce, to avoid being frustrated and bored. Stimulating.
Omkumar.
Nicholas Blumhardt: (Ubik Systems)
Rochelle Paulet: I only wish I could work with more people who were familiar with agile methodologies. It makes project management and development much less ambiguous.
Eli Weir: (Visible Technologies)
John Hosmer: (LightYear Dealer Technologies) I have believed this for over 20 years. I have very strong feelings about this for the auto dealership DMS market. Agile beats fragile.
Seane Vicknair.
Jerry E. Durant: (Certellus Corporation) There was once a time for process and now there is one which addresses todays construction challenges. Viva de Agile!
Radu Andrei Tanasa: (SC Lightway Software SRL) Agile development has given a real advantage to small teams and its proven flexibility resembles the one from the well known martial art, Aikido. Never oppose, always adjust.
Oscar Burgos Martín: (http://www.bracso.com)
Richard Corona: (Enterprise Database Corporation)
Han-Yuan, Chiang.
David Harper: (Engagelogic)
Adeel Ali: Agile Manifesto points out some really common sense things that were missing in the IT industry. I guess its easier to look at these things as an after thought. I really appreciate the effort and experience of all the contributors to this manifesto. This is definitely a step in the right direction.
Srinivas Chappidi: (Microsoft) The manifesto comprises the very key factors that make a project successful when adopting Agile dev process. I support it !
Pak-Tjun Chin: (National Australia Bank Ltd) I really relate to the Agile values especially on customer collaboration. Working with my business stakeholders closely and throughout project lifecycles really helps in the delivery of good quality software. I hope more people in my organization would embrace Agile!
mayank.
Manas Ranjan Sahoo.
Stuart Ten: (Alliance Document Solutions Ltd.) I fully support the principles of the Agile Manifesto.
Dheeraj Goswami: (Oracle Corporation) I am strong believer of Agile Developments! ~dg
Jason Marshall: (Countrywide) Lead Developer / Architect
Kyle Swinney: (http://www.linkedin.com/in/kyleswinney )
Antony Pinchbeck: (Component X Software Limited) If only all companies worked this way.
John Gale: This manifesto reflects what I have always believed about software development. My training is in formal systems analysis using the Life Cycle method. This training happened in the days of COBOL. I was fortunate enough to have people around me at that time that believed in these principles, even though there was no formal statement of them.
jorge aguilar cisneros: (UPAEP) If we want to try with a new paradigm about sottware development, we can use agile methods!.
Charles M. Sklar.
Ming Chen.
Adam Shackleford: (http://www.adamshackleford.com/)
Mul: (National Australia Bank) Agile formalises the way in which effective developers already work - it simply gives them a mandate to do what they do well. It's software's equivalent to Jeet Kune Do.
Julie Starr: Thank you.
Thomas La Zelle: Once you go agile you will never go back!!
Chris Tohline: (Blue Fang Games)
Edgar Daniel Vega Calderon: (Softtek Mexico)
Deep Patel.
Andrew Kamm: (http://www.andrewkamm.com)
Ahmed Mohamed Gamal-Edeen Tealeb .

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