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: 17 Mar to 27 Mar 2010
Paul Curran.
Dennis Zelada: (http://denniszelada.wordpress.com)
Stacey OConnor: (AAA Life Insurance)
John A. Draga: (Micro Focus, Inc) Agile development principals and methodologies have had significant positive influence on both our day to day productivity and our ability to respond to customer demands.
bob g. remo: (PowerApps Corporation) I fully subscribe to the Agile Manifesto as the most realistic, most practical and most effective way to satisfy customer needs. Systems as well as the development processes are dynamic entities that will not benefit from bureaucratic rigidity. I believed in the Agile principles long before there was a formal name for them (and got a load of criticisms from the Waterfall guys) and so I get this amazing feeling of being vindicated.
Marton Ronyai: (RaggaFuegos) Agile Manifesto allways keeps my shirt clean! No, seriously good toughts, everyone should learn from them.
Bob Kerstetter: (Village Hiker) Agile offers a human and humane approach to software development, including the dreaded documentation. By harmonizing the needs of business people, developers, software users and other constituencies, Agile helps assure a rewarding outcome.
Zsolt MOLNAR: (CERN)
Todd Andersen: (ASA Tire) I have been using Agile for a long time. I'm glad to have a name put to it and values set up to help describe it.
Christoph Leitner: (HTL Grieskirchen)
Daniel Simon Orgler: that's what it is! scrum is great :)
Chris Greacen: (Lab Zero Innovations Inc. ) I support the Agile Manifesto!
Giorgio Bozio: (http://letsfollowtheyellowbrickroad.blogspot.com/)
Susan Orge.
John Muller.
Aditya: (RYR)
Chris Hilton.
Rafe Garet: (BNY Mellon) I firmly believe in the Agile methodology and the positive impact it can have on software development projects within my organization
Steve Engels: (Magenic Technologies) I've been an Agile follower and practitioner for about 5 years and have used different Agile flavors on many projects during that time with great success. I've always been a bit of a SDM connoisseur throughout my 23 years in this industry, but Agile WORKS! It's the best I've ever used.
Vikrant Kumar: (GENPACT) Only devlopment methodology which talks about human factors. It is very difficult to ignore or deny this appraoch. I fully support. Think about a day when everyone within an organization performing in harmony.
Guido Delgado Hernández.
Bruce Besch: (IBM) For all those who use the Agile methodologies, well done!
Julie Lowery: (Emdeon) This has been the way I have run projects for years. The name of the process has changed, but the attitude is the same.
Jorge Tonami: (IGS)
Stephen Douglas: (Perspective2020)
Shalom: (Tikal Knowledge) A motivated open source programmer
Michael Jones: (http://michaeljon.es) Its 2010, I have been practicing agile for the past 7 years, and yet the four simple values in the manifesto are as important now as the ever have been. I hope that as more developers embrace and adopt an agile approach they will look to this important standard and not any diluted, formulaic representation.
Barnabas Esunyen: (Cellulant) I hereby accept Agile methodologies as the best approach in software development
Carlo Vallebona: (http://www.exploresardinia.it) Ready for a Paradigm Shift?
Kevin Peng: (SAP)
Ignacio Cruzado: (Tecsidel)
Pooja Raina: I have been working as a QA in Agile projects for past two years. I really like working in Agile way and want to know more things about this methodology. The new tools or anything which can work towards achieving the Agile Team goals.
Raja Suthana Kumar: Ready to satisfy the customer anytime is a welcome approach
Carmen Kam: (Meridian Systems)
Mihail Stoica: All principles in the manifesto make sense. It's simple and obvious.
simon rentzke: (Unboxed Consulting.com)
Jacques Bosch.
Mads Orbesen Troest.
Chandana Pavuluru: POCs over design documents, smaller feedback loops, roles & stakes, and process that is just apt for the purpose.. all these make software development more practical and products as more realistic.
Mark Gillett: (Silver Lake)
Igor Rafalovsky: (R3 Systems, Inc.) We fully endorse Agile Manifesto and subscribe to the principles of Agile Software Development in every software development initiative undertaken by the Company's team.
GREGOIRE: (NEEDSign) We approve and use daily agile development process , Great Works
umashankar: I do endorse and complete agree with the manifesto.
Bishram.s: (Lionbridge Technologies Inc) Agile Software Development practices realize customer's goal of getting a working software at a lower cost under changing requirement scenario through empowered team. This is a great philosophy which delivers maximum value.
Diogo Colla Pereira: (ExxonMobil)
Zachary Labrie.
DJ Daugherty.
Glenn Dejaeger.
Brian Frey: (CableLabs)
Paul Hofmannn.

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