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: 02 Mar to 13 Mar 2008
Peter E. C. Dashwood: I have been using these principles since the late nineties and arrived at them independently, by thinking about how RAD could be improved and what the underlying essential elements were that made it successful (when it was successful). After managing and working on development projects for many years using the Waterfall in mainly mainframe environments, and early forms of RAD for network developments, I came to believe there HAD to be a better way... The Agile Manifesto has it right.
Keith Boswell: (Burning Sky Ventures) We have used Agile Methodologies in several companies to brign new products to market and it has been a universal success.
khalid elhelw: (multisolution) I am Agile by nature
Tom Bailey: (i4 Technologies) We already adopt the principles of Agile Software development, it's only recently that I've been able to give the process its true name.
Hank van 't Wout: (R&D Ericsson)
raymond: (http://mghong.blogspot.com) I pletty much agree on what it mean at the Software development phase. It just simply highlight what is important in SDLC.
Priya Suryanarayanan: (http://www.collabera.com/) I comprehend the importance of the left-hand phrases being emboldened, but as a business architect, I dare not underestimate the importance of the right-hand phrases.
Robert A. Mahler.
Ahmed Chicktay.
Mike Devenney: (Wilmington Trust Company) While reading "The Practices of an Agile Developer" I felt as if I was listening to myself think. Common sense tells us that waterfall won't support a year long software development project; your manifesto adds credence to that common sense. Well done!
Jay Le Pera: (Autodesk, Inc.)
sandhya: Agile a new beginning in the Software Development
mark waldin: (Flycatcher Incorporated) Responding to the global economy with rapid, well thought out design and decision making is crucial in today's environment.
Enrique Albertos: (AMB Sistemas) Agile Sofware Development is FUN. You get paid to have fun and your costumers are happy to have/own the best possible software/product your team can make.
George L. Fox: 'Agile' - finally a laurel and name to rest upon many of the processes native to successful projects I've been associated with.
Michael Krause: (Fenwick Technologies, Inc.) We are a young company and are using scrum for the first time. We are on Sprint 11 now and it has been an amazing journey.
Bill Milam: (Edfinancial Services)
Tisna Kurniawan: Agile for a better world!
Yadiel Ramos Rodríguez: (UCI) I think that the development of software by following it is better than what I use to do before knowing about it.
Shahab FArooqui: (Macrosoft Inc)
Walter Davis: (Walter Davis Studio) It's funny. I've been doing this for quite a long while. It's nice to see there's a name for it.
Arne Åhlander: (Softhouse) The Manifesto is useful in discussions emerged from both daily situations, general principles and philosophical reasoning. It seldom goes a day without me referring to the Agile Manifesto.
Gordon Zuehlke: Thank you.
Thiago Medeiros.
Robert Williams.
Jeff Kwak: (http://www.jeffkwak.com)
Dr. Jürgen Hoffmann: (http://www.software-risikomanagement.de)
Jason Reisner: (Sentel)
Christopher Correale.
Ricardo Aguuiar: (SolutionTech) Java and .NET developer
Carlos Cassagne: (Banco Santander Rio Argentina)
Richard Walls: (Systematic One) As both a practioner, and a manager, Agile simply delivers better quality solutions, faster, and that means I'm fully bought into the values of the Agile Manifesto
jeffson Dsouza: (Wipro Technologies)
Àlex Corretgé: (Serveis Informàtics Corretgé.com SLU)
Aleksa Todorovic: My game-development experience sais exactly that: anything can be changed at any moment!
Sam Keall: (Microsoft)
Cosimo,Francesco Pichierri: I have been using these principles, and I think that these principles are very important and useful in teams. I appreciate the XP(eXtreme Programming) methodologies and the Agile Manifesto offers useful (and better) ways of developing software.
David Talby: (http://www.cs.huji.ac.il/~davidt)
Pedro Osorio: (Firstco) This approach makes sense to me.
marvin mitchell: (aol) self organized, empowered, supported teams have always been the makers of history...
Andrew Haigh: As a lecturer and an active software engineer of man years experience I have always used the iterative approach, even before it was called Agile. It just made sense.
Isaac Nyirenda: A name to the face of an intelligent way to go about software development.
Ricardo Matsura.
Darin Bolthouse.
Frank Endriss: (Bancos GmbH)
Michael Nishizawa.
Claude Straley.
Ran Cheng: (HP Canada)
URBAN Pierre: (EPITECH) Great job! I'm a student of EPITECH and I use Agile Manifesto to do my projects. Really happy that it exists, it helps a lot!
Pavel Khodalev: (Exigen Services) Very solid and relevant to enterprise development set of principles.

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