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: 22 Mar to 30 Mar 2009
Manoj Joshi: Yes , I thoroughly support this agile software manifesto , and I sincerely wish that this menifesto is treated as a bible for software development.
Kenneth Ayeni: (Andrews University) I believe in customer collaboration as a powerful tool to move the industry, change the marketing styles, and reshape business environments. We are recording the success story with modern software applications.
Alberto Dominguez: (Simple ProjectZ)
Siah Ge Beng.
Siva Kumar Dorairaj: (Victoria University of Wellington) I definitely support the Agile Manifesto that puts customer satisfaction & quality software in the highest priority. I am currently a PhD student at VUW with research on "Agile Software Development". Software development has never been better!
Zoran Žunko.
Dhananjay Goyani: Agile methodology is a practise pattern and you must practise for some time to understand and take advantage. When I come across Agile manifesto title, I thought, it must be loaded with lots of technical jargons. But it is completely opposite. The guys must have worked hard to make the manifesto so simple. Thumbs UP from my side.
Stephan Huez: (Steria)
Charles C McGowen: (Charles C. McGowen, P.A.) Context Cohesion & Cogent Knowledge Flow = People to People Effectiveness
Oliver Loe: As a developer, this manifesto proves that a great working environment is achievable.
Paul Iverson.
Bishoy Ghaly: (http://www.linkedin.com/in/bishoyghaly)
Phil Booth: (http://phil-booth.blogspot.com/)
Andy Ranley: (http://www.linkedin.com/in/andyranley)
Tommy Ryen.
Gijs Bürmann: (DataJini) Maximizing the Amount of Work Not Done by configuring 'what' and automating 'how'
Deepak Pant: (NIIT Technologies) I fully support the agile manifesto. I would like to see more and more adoption of it across all domains.
Jyotsna Singal.
Jeremy Jenkins.
Pasi Tyni.
Robert Whitcomb: (ADI LLC)
Erin-Elizabeth A. Durham.
Harisastha: (Anna University) really good to develop using what we left and the 12 principles.
Dave Jones: (Spokane Community College) As an industry leader in the development of online Web Discussion software for the last 15 years and now teaching software development principles at the college level, I am committed to the furthering of the Agile principles in software development.
Juan Pablo Macias: For better software develoment
Jim Rivera.
Jeremy Jenkins.
Tanmay Kumar Pradhan: (Satyam Computer Services Ltd.) I believe it will evolve further and become more helpful for fixed bid projects.
Ross Parrent: (Avaya)
Amit: (Wipro Technologies)
Henri Fontana.
Ragesh G R: (http://rageshunleashed.wordpress.com)
Nicholas Goede.
Alex Pagnoni: (http://www.alexpagnoni.it)
Ben Hansen.
Jorge Luis Bublitz: (http://fdd-jorge.blogspot.com/) I am using the agile in my work and have released one of the methodologies: Feature-Driven Development.
Tom Goulet: "Lest we forget how Agile we are"
Anton Nepomnyaschih: (ISS Art Ltd.)
Felicio Servillo: Keep It Short and Simple, of course!
Finbarr Joy: (http://www.linkedin.com/in/finbarrjoy) Because change management should not mean change prevention; And because life really is too short to work any other way!
Serban Ionescu: (IT Six Global Services)
Dave Hubble: A common sense manifesto. Adapt or perish.
Cyril Jandia: (http://www.cjandia.com/) Yes, I do. I support the Agile Manifesto. People. Building software that works. Made for and with customers. In a responsive manner.
Charles Dow: (Knowledge and Objects Inc.)
Stephen Ruzicka: In my last ten years of implementation work, I have followed these principles without knowing. I now feel the need to expressly state my commitment to them. I believe in these methods wholeheartly. It takes more than one person to make the software become a great experience. Diversity in opinion provides strength.
Jean Vanderdonckt: (Université catholique de Louvain) We are using and refining agile development methods for iterative development of user interfaces of interactive systems, mainly based on the principles of model-driven engineering.
John LIttle: (Gostar Direct) I am happy to support this project, as a development company of car rentals it is good to see whats being achived
Niels Einar Veirum: (Aalborg University) I think the development team always tried to do it like this, but as a project manager you constantly had to come up with reports fitting the book keepers' view. To publish the agile agenda openly upfront really makes things that much easier!
Sergiu Ivasenco.
Alessandro Saccoia.

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