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: 03 Jul to 12 Jul 2012
Bradley Vossler: (J Bradley, Inc) The ever-evolving development and customer-oriented design espoused by the Agile Manifesto are what I live by every day in my professional software development career.
jpu.
Kevin Melvin B.Sc.(hons.) M.Sc. D.I.C.: (showcase-games.com) I'm changing my job so that I can work this way in the future.
Luisa Baldaia: (http://lubaia.wordpress.com/)
Kuriakose.P.Mathen.
Jagannathun Manoharan: (Cognizant Technology Solutions) I strongly agree and try follow the Agile Manifesto as practicing Scrum Master and Scrum team member
Vinod Vijayakumaran.
Paul Spurr: (Novogomix Ltd)
Justin Reyna.
Frederico Maia Arantes: (http://fredericoarantes.wordpress.com)
Greg Mandanis: (YouScreenWriter.com) Agile is a way of life, where everyone starts there day with a To Do list.
Derek Clements.
RL Willard: (RULE7MEDIA LLC) Agility is the essence of elegance in thought, process and execution. It's logical conclusion is the ability to pivot hard and fast - but lightly and with increased relevance. While the movement may have begun as a better way to create better software, the concept is part and parcel of the digital evolution in general, and required knowledge for startups looking to beak out of the rising 'me too' mold.
Arthur Hylton: (Ministry of Education Jamaica)
Djean Araujo.
Kosta Firsov: (IHS) I support agile approach as it promotes values that lead to better software and satisfied customers.
Dilson Beltran.
Drew Johnston: (PreviousNext)
Stanslaus Odhiambo: (DAI)
Abe Bose: (ThoughtWorks)
Mohammad Asadullah: (University of St Andrews) I have been practicing agile methodologies for over 5 years and I completely endorse that agile project management not only improves the quality of software we build and speed up delivery times, but also helps in building sustainable client relationships.These processes and tools facilitates faster realization of project goals without wasting valuable resources and time. Agile makes real sense!
Davis Cardwell: This manifesto is based on ethical principles that in my opinion, provide an exemplary framework for software development. It is my hope that in time, similar principles are used to guide all human endeavor.
Benedict Kar Pin Khoo: Totally agree with the Agile Manifesto! Customer satisfaction should come first and the way to that is to closely collaborate with the customer. A lot of software ended up down the drain because the customer's requirements are not met.
Johann Ramos Rojas: (Home)
David Conrad.
Andrey V Drevin: (http://www.drev.in)
Bob Wright: (RWS Networks) An all encompassing, flexible and total team involvement methodology to deliver the best solution to the customer. Agile allows for review and change in a constantly changing environment to maximise effectiveness.
Maria Judith Prado Menga: Plenamente de acordo com o manifesto!
Víctor Suástegui: (SySProy)
Luis Fabiano Figaro: (http://www.luisfigaro.com) I support agile approach as it promotes values that lead to better software and satisfied customers.
Anand Kumar: The manifesto is truly a guiding light for agile practices.
Dave Bartlett: (http://www.davebartlett.net) Too many software project fail to deliver on value and quality. The Agile Manifesto is the closest we have to a solution to the deep problems in our industry.
George Blake: (Blageo Consulting) Agile Software development is definitely the way to go. it is massive in dealing with the critical issues of effective communication and accomodation of changes in customer requirements through collaboration. Choosing this methodology is no brainer.
David Seholm: (Devspiration, Inc.) The Agile Manifesto has guided our teams to build products of scale beyond those of their initial design or our wildest dreams. Thank you for your continued commitment to the manifesto. -The Devspiration team
Paweł Feliński.
Y Abraham V Joseph: (MAhindraSatyam)
peyman ghadiri: (Omid tech)
Diego Rojas Burguillo.
Gopi Iyer.
Eisenmann: (Eisenmann Management Consulting) I encourage my customers to adopt the agile approach as it contains practises that help improving software quality and end customer satisfaction.
David Anthony: (Baker Hughes) This is not a religeon, or other silver bullet. This is the way to get product done. I live this day to day.
Alistair Sloley.
Adarsh soman: (http://adarshsoman.blogspot.com) The methodology that redefined the software development. Nowadays organisations telling they are following agile. But I am doubtful if they all know about agile manifesto or it's principles. One thing they tell is any time requirement can change. But that is not only agile
Jeff Nall.
Naba Kumar Das: (http://nkdas.blogspot.com)
Chris Foster: (fork(4))
Michel Biedermann: (IBM) Very profound in its simplicity!
Giovanni Cavalieri: (Inquire Within)
Tom Byrne: Been doing it for 10 years and not only is it the most effective way of building software, it is the most fun.
JIANG ZHI FEI.

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