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: 11 May to 21 May 2009
Nirman Doshi: I firmly believe, Agile is way better software development methodology, especially when the development team is smaller in size of 20-25 or less. But when the development team is large and project is also larger in magnitude then how to maintain it is still a mystery for me. Any response to it will better help me deciding this methodology for any bigger software. Thanks a lot. This website is quite informative and its point to point. Nirman Doshi, Vadodara-15
Shahyan Aly: (Excentus Corporation)
Ron Lencioni: (Velocity Partners, LLC)
Paul I. Pazderski: (Software Process Consultant Inc.) Agile Principles apply beyond Software Development, to all Information Technology activities.
Jyoti Kalesh Thakur: I agree to this art of software development, which promises work satisfaction and provides value to my clients in rapidly changing business requirements.
Purav: (Valtech)
Eloy Sancho.
Jason Banico: (Innogetics)
Chris Hirst: (kah systems) It's got to do the job it's required to.But the job has to be understood.
Tapiwa Munzwa: Thank you for providing a core to rally around.
Oliver Wang Aimin: (Dallab (S) Pte Ltd) What could be the possibly better way in handling this fast changing software industry? Agile approach is a nature of intelligence in exploring the uncertainties.
Johnson Lim: (Sigma) I believe with agile, not only we can deliver faster and higher quality solutions/ applications/ systems/ software, but can sell cheaper to customers(that's all customers want: cheaper, better and faster) and more profit to the company.
Pedro Dinis: (http://www.favosdesign.net) Without knowing i was setting foot in the agile way... and now i'm not walking alone.
Felipe Tanabe: I Support the Agile Manifesto!
Igor da Silva Gomes: (IBM)
Adam L. Hoffman: (ElizTech)
James Scarsce.
Shourya Shukla: (Orion Technology Inc) I am convinced that this is the most effective manner to develop software. Agile keeps the development process human instead of de-humanizing the whole art of software development. I read it again today to remind myself "... while there is value in the items on the right, we value the items on the left more. "
Stefan Papp: (Hagenberg Software GmbH) As CTO of Hagenberg Software, I sign the manifesto on behalf of my company. We believe in the paradigm change to create Software as it was postulated by Sam Guckenheimer in "Software Engineering with Microsoft Visual Studio Team System". We have evaluated the benefits of agile software development with a mixture of SCRUM, XP, MSF and volere requirements engineering. We conclude from this experience: A combination of the best ideas of agile methodologies will will produce better software with less expenses in at least 80% of all projects.
Jerry Kew: (Artery Solutions Ltd) My methodology, "to define is to deliver" is based on a foundation of AGILE principles of team and process management, combined with the database lying at the core of the development.
Marko Krivograd: (HERMES SoftLab) Agile works!
Kornelije Sajler: (http://blog.codelite.net)
Ray Foss: (Pearson, Inc.)
Nate Kidwell: (ludicast) True TDD/BDD plus DRY MVC will get you there, no matter the language or framework or lack thereof.
Giorgos Russakis: (http://www.groussakis.com)
Dwight Spencer: (CompuTEK Industries, LLC.)
Aditya.
Phil Green.
Rickard Olsson: (Tjoff)
Luboš Račanský: (http://www.linkedin.com/in/lubosracansky)
Sunny.by: (Itteco)
Ife Famuyibo: (Durham University) As a student of Software Engineering, I fully support the agile manifesto and the techniques it is promoting.
Alexander Nikiforov: (http://voipcallrecording.com) I believe these agile principals are next huge step of software development progress.
Nick Marino: Software is creative writing.
Pablo Rodríguez Facal.
Luiz Klein: I Support the Agile Manifesto!
Julian I. Kamil.
Salik Bhatti: Agile Is the way!!!!!!!!!
Shawn S. Pierce.
Vikram Shetty: I would be happy to work in agile way of developing software. I have read many books on it, but yet to start working on it. Just looking for the agile team to work with.
Sascha Kuerten: As God created time he made enough of it.
Rogelio Del Valle: (SCITUM Integracion S.A. de C.V.) The agile approach for developing and managing projects, it´s all about collaboration, trust and teamwork. Instead of working isolated these agile methods are about bringing back the enjoyment to developing successful software in close collaboration with my clients, peers and stakeholders, which is the very reasons most of us came to programming computers in the first place. Thanks, folks! I'm proud to be part of a this way of making things happen !!!!!
Dr. Don Ravenscroft: My Doctoral thesis in 1996 embraced the principles of this manifesto about the same time it was being formulated so it is refreshing to see that I was on the right track - dispite what many of my professors refused to believe at the time.
basmin: (tukang nggame) I can only provide support in the software development
Kamon Treetampinij: I have been using Agile for 5 years. Kind of addicted to it now.
Dean Afzal: (iCrossing) I whole heartedly support the Agile manifesto and believe that this will become the future for not only software development but for web development.
Kathleen Osborn, PMP: (Keane)
Mary Anne Oswald: (http://cv.oswald-web.com) Be Agile!
Ionel Popa: (EDS) Never thought this would be as effective as it is. I could never go back.
William Robbertse: (Robbertse Construction) Whether we are a individual or a member of a team, by working together we will achieve our objectives,as long as we think out of the box.

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