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: 20 Dec to 06 Jan 2012
Shaik Akif: (HEPTC) CAN I USE THE AGILE METHODOLOGY IN CONSTRUCTION WORKS AS A CLIENT REPRESENTATIVE IN SUPERVISION OF THE CONCRETE QUALITY AND SAFETY IMPLEMENTATION WORKS??? MAIL ME AT aks_121@yahoo.com thank you best regards akif
Taylor Mason Training: (Taylor Mason Training) We are trying to use agile approach in all our training processes.
Ben Linders: (Ben Linders) All the projects that I have managed or worked in have applied techniques that are now considered agile, like iterative development, frequent feedback from customers, time boxing, pair programming, and test driven design. I have also done process improvement projects in an agile way. Agile works, and it's a fun way to work and deliver value to customers!
Jason Davis: I am a new agile practitioner and have found the principles highly valuable and in line with todays needs.
Guy Levine: (chicken liver pate) Wow. I've been looking for something like the Agile Manifesto for a long time. I love the ideas and spirit of this cause.
Wojtek Kruszewski: (wojt.eu) I advocate various flaviours of agile development for all but most trivial software projects. "Change is the only constant" held true for most of projects I've worked on, whether big enterprise undertakings as a member of a large team in a corporation, bootstraping a startup or building a web application for a non-technical client as a freelancer. Agile methodologies acknowledge this and attempt to manage the risk.
Andreas Scheerer: (Süddeutsche Zeitung Digitale Medien GmbH)
Zeki Aktepe: (SITA)
Maksim: (t/a Maksim Egorov) +1
Adrián Boimvaser.
Cynthia Barkman.
Brandon M. Toy.
Mikko Viitala.
Ryan Avery: (National Heritage Academies)
Ganesh Chandrasekaran: Working in the Agile project gives a sense of fullfilment at the end of each day.
Amir Yousefi: (itvena) The agility is what is in the real world, the real world don't document then develop. It is agile to grow!
Bong Anceno.
Andoitz: (abritweb.com) Because individuals must be always over tools, because the customer should be a part of the process, and because developers should always be able to make changes during the whole process... this is the way I understand Software Development, and this is the reason I support de Agile Manifesto
Leonardo Valera: (Desarrollos Virtualtuy)
Joel I. Hart: (Mediotype) Agile software methodology is holding the right priorities for furthering technologists and companies growth. At its core is the ability to stay flexible, light, and leverage great relationships to increase the successful results of our endeavors.
zqzou: George Zou
Tariq Alhammad: (JODAYN) I support the agile alliance manifesto and I would like to spread the word in our region thru professional Agile training in order to reduce the failure rate of Software Development projects. But, we need to make sure we avoid adoption failure.
abdelhaq elaibi: (neoxia) thx
Mike Nathan: (Wolters Kluwer) I fully endorse the Agile Manifesto for sensible software development.
Dale Mittelstaedt: (Red Arrow Labs)
Andrew Gloyns: (Gloyns) I'm a long time supporter of Agile Development - it allows for greater efficiencies with related cost savings down the line.
Stuart Arthur: (Box UK) Using an Agile approach and Scrum has changed the way I think and the way Box UK works for the better without question.
Nissim Hadar: (Elbit Systems)
Oliver Klenke.
Roger Imholz: Developing software since the early eighties I've often experienced that the agile style is closer to successful software delivery than hundreds of templates and processes. Thanks to the people having written down the Agile Manifesto!
Vincent Kelly: (Solutionhead Technologies, LLC)
Subramanian Radhakrishnan: I am one of the early adopters of the the agile principles during the times of 2003-2004 and found them very useful in my projects. I pretty much like the idea of frequent releases to customer, test-driven development, continuous integration, Requirements backlog management etc.....
Srihari Mule.
Isidro López: (http://es.linkedin.com/in/isidrolopez) Let's do it.
Rodrigo César Custódio: (Invit Negócios Inovadores)
Sergey: (DeeP)
Roberto: (http://about.me/robertogriffa)
Lars Storm.
Bruce E. Bailey, CRM: I see this process as being core to successful software integration projects as well as development.
David Colmenar de Viedma: (http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=76365457&trk=tab_pro)
Giorgi Alkhazishvili.
Jane Miceli.
Aleksei Rozkov: (YO Proteins AB)
Ben Rei Briongos.
kiran gowda: Agile and test driven development really works towards customer delight
Helen Healiss: (Accuro Transcription Solutions Ltd) At Accuro we believe that agile development is the best way of developing quality software & systems.
Michael Samoylov: (Monmar LLC)
Aleksey: (Drucode)
Enyert Viñas: (STC Solutions Developers)
Augustine Adjei: (Orion Systems) I love to do Agile. It is people-oriented instead of process-oriented, flexible not 'forcible', it is adapting to change, not adopting (or adhering to) a plan.

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