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 Jun to 01 Jul 2010
Marvin Heery: (MPH Consulting) Bringing Usability Testing early & often to the Agile Development process is our goal - delivering a set of 12 Best Practices to organizations, web design & development firms to enable them to perform parallel track development & UX processes. We are supportive of all the values in the Agile Manifesto & live every day to enable them to be realized in a more cooperative & engaging manner.
Benjamin Matz.
Matthew G Monteleone: (Open4Biz MTBS)
Tony Askew: (http://profile.typepad.com/tonyaskew1) I will glady add my name to the support of Agile Software Development Manifesto.
Daniel Gara.
Mandeep Swaich: (Cranfield University, UK) I have utilised Agile Project Management methodologies for my MBA projects and have been very successful.
Vaidas Adomauskas: I support the Agile Manifesto!
Sergey Dmitriev: (http://dmitriev.com)
Mikael Couzic.
Torbjørn Meistad.
Miguel Angel Silva: (Silva)
Ommar Fathi-Baneh: I support the agile alliance manifesto because it is useful for both the customer and developers. I have applied Agile Methodologies and I was gaining a lot of benefits. Ommar Fathi-Baneh
prashanth: (IBM,RVCE)
François Schneebeli: (UBIK SA) Agile is just common sense rising (at last).
Ronaldo Morais: (Sirius Software)
Elmer Rivera: (Vizcayano.com)
Christian Schmidt: (http://www.schmifu.de)
Bryan Wolfe: (http://www.bluelakeoffroad.com) I have been a student and practioner of Agile/Scrum for about eight years now. I have seen some good results from Agile, although I do believe there is room for improvement, especially for larger complex systems/products. I do allot of work with proces improvement and will write a white paper on some of my observations later this year.
Mark Crandall.
Pramod Mirji.
Matt White: I am Matt White and I approve of this message.
Phillip Grove: (Scrumfucius Blog)
Kuldeep: (Sapient)
ZSE_SAP: I endorse the Agile Manifesto. I continue to work towards spreading the meaning and spirit of the manifesto. As a software professional, my goal is to deliver software solutions to customers' requirements. Their success defines my worth.
Olivier Lange: (Le Petit Atelier de Génie logiciel) I strive to study and apply practices that endorse the Agile Manifesto's values. A software development process is subtle and its success much dependent upon mutual understanding, shared responsibilities and balanced power.
Bobby Blythe: (Orion Software) Agile has proven to be far more productive than all other software development methods which I have practiced. I introduce it to development teams whenever possible.
John Dahle: (http://clockworkideas.com)
vlad.stefan.ilie.
juanjo cardona: The world of developers, software or website related, should keep this manifesto always close to their desktop.
Mark Reilly: (Agile Solutions) The only way to consitently deliver software successfully
John Hennessy: (http://www.mks.com)
Jacob Alex Petersen.
Eliran Malka: In for the emportance of fluent design and flexability of the process.
Mathieu Petitdant: (Objet Direct)
Naser Papi: My idea is : make a software is like generate a baby that is born by marriage software engineer with customer. At process of generatig baby software engineer try to produce a baby for customer very soon that will satisfy customer. This baby can not be exist unless software engineer apply agile manifestos in hers SDLC...
Anderson Duarte Vaz.
Mike Spadaro: Agile is a powerful method to deliver software to our customers.
Michael Borisov.
Rob Vietmeyer: (DISA) Having been involved with many large IT systems acquisitions in the DoD that had a heavy focus on standard processes, comprehensive documentation, detailed requirements specifications, detailed planning, and significant contract overhead; I can't wait to help US DoD's transition to agile. We're seeing massive failures and cost overruns with traditional acquisition programs, while agile project are returning tremendous value.
Rene Spring: (Cadence Design Systems) I believe this is the way to do modern Software Development.
Shawn Button: Agile has made me love my profession again!
Alvaro Linares Cabré: (CENTEC, C.A.)
Hamilton Teixeira: (PointSystems) Absolutely support, i hope more and more developer's and BU join us. Good work! Keep doing this.
Tim Pedersen: (Agile Partner) I am a strong believer in Scrum, I am at the point now where I can’t see any good come from the waterfall method. One's a Scrum project always a Scrum project, and I have projects to prove it.
Ismael Osornio: (All.com) I've been practicing agile development for a while: self-organized specialized teams, scrum, test driven development, continuous integration, one week sprints. In my experience, the success of meeting goals and satisfying product owner's demands relied directly on scope control, real consensed planning stimation and overall architecture well defined. I'm so eager to keep up quality, business value and success!!
Janet Holcomb: (hot lunch systems) At web menu systems we use only agile methods to develop our software as a service solution.
Sophia Alo: Realistic concepts and great practices for all concerned in development. Although as with top down and bottom up hoping this does not get quickly replaced by another methodology... as at now seeing companies still ascribing to remnants of traditional models whilst trying to boldly claim Agile.
Roberto Simoni.
Luca Onnis: (SardegnaIt)
Alessandro Novarini: (Sourcesense)

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