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: 05 Nov to 19 Nov 2012
Pofeng Hsu: (AgileTalks) The Agile concepts had not only ensured the success of my projects, both my customers and my team have also benefited from the practicality and feasibility of this application by learning to collaborate towards the same objective
Jeffrey Vargas Ipince: Agile Methodology
Werner Stockinger: Agile ways in hierarchical organizations is the challenge of the future.
Darryl Manco: (Tex Design Studio) Concur the support! Responding to change over following a plan is a position I strongly believe.
Luciano Pérez: (Cresta Software)
wagner: (Petrobras)
Bob Winter: (CA Technologies)
sanil: (collabnet) I abide and follow the 12 principals of Agile Software Development.
Jean-Michel Biollaz.
Diego Fernando Trujillo: (http://diegotrujillor.jobrary.com/resume)
Andrew Boerema.
Andy Heywood: I believe I'm finally beginning to understand what it means to work in a truly Agile manner; I hope only that I may help to hasten that understanding in others - both junior and senior - that we may all enjoy simpler, more harmonious relationships!
Lauri Talbott: After years of experience of nearly all sides of the software development fence, I truly believe Agile (with an emphasis on Scrum) is the most progressive way to deliver complete, quality product, exceeding customer expectations. Way to go!
Scott Nestor: (Fannie Mae) Simple, Autonomous, Accountable
Emmerentia Nel: (Media Positioning Solutions) We can attest that the values in the Agile Manifesto are indicative of respect to people and processes - an underpinning value that we as an ICT company in Higher Education subscribe to fully.
Marcin Kaczyński: (Atos)
Guillaume Couillard: To all certified scrum master and equivalent, remember : Individuals and interactions over processes and tools.
Karan Sivarat: (Gosoft)
Hubert Casimiro Taco: (A&S SOFTWARE DEVELOPERS SAC) Me parece muy saludable esta metodología tanto para los clientes y las empresas de desarrollo de softeare. Saludos
Srikanth Vadada: Software industry now needs the radical way of development paradigms and after a decade of Agile Methods I believe that this would mandate the future of software projects.
Alexandre Canuto: I believe in a more effective way than we are experiencing today, because we observed the money above any situation. I am all for this manifesto.
Alden Fairley.
Thiago Avelino da Silva: (thiago avelino blog)
Dan Grassi: (Zaph, LLC) Clean Code
Annie Brox: (LikeItAus Pty Ltd) Care for clients, customers and the environment. Using Agile as a part of sustainable and profitable development prioritizing working software and services not technology, documents or plans as means by themselves.
Nouhoun Yedidya Diarra.
john riingen: Perceptions,Ideas, values, ideologies, religious and theological assumptions, incluyding church dogmas, are always in process. I commend your work.
Robin M Clark: My favorite principle is: "The best architecture requirements and designs emerge from self organizing teams."
Adam Wright: (Black Pepper Software) The values embodied in the Agile Manifesto are as true now as they ever have been. These principles go way beyond what it takes to make great software, and can be applied to making great systems of any type.
Junwen Wang.
Thilo Muller: (Palladian Bytes) The Agile Manifesto is the cornerstone on which I have built my business. The principles are simple yet effective.
Prem Rishikumaran: (Capgemini UK PLC)
Noel Alex Makumuli: I strongly agree!!
urooj khalid.
Edward Beckett: (this) Working software
Dominik Maximini.
Mike Crook: (Capgemini) I am an AGILE evangelist for numerous reasons: Agile methods emphasize face-to-face communication. We create software in a lighter, more people-centric way. Consequently, projects that are built around motivated individuals can be trusted. I believe it provides a better understanding of the real business needs and a more intimate alignment between business and IT.
Lisa B. Canavan: Agile software development allows a team to work together to accomplish the end goal without adding extra steps or processes that impede meeting the goal.
Dr. Comfort Cover: (Adams State University) Love it! Teaching it now! Thanks, Dr. Comfort
Carlos Silva: (Prodasen) What a shame! Following the movement since the inception and only signed nov 2010!
Harry Briley: I have adopted portions of Green Book of XP (Beck/Fowler) since 2001 that later became Agile. Short cycles (quarterly) of limited user stories. Works. Customer as part of team. Works. User stories that yield user-testable function. Works. Plan only the next iteration in detail, follow-on iterations in general. Works. Deliver usable functions in user's opinion with each iteration. Works. Egoless programming. Works. Pair Programming. Fails (Sorry, Kent). Pair Review of Analysis (not analysis paralysis). Works.
Faiza Yousuf: (Frontal Labs) I Support the Agile Manifesto!
Thomas G..
Joerg Schwaerzler: After learning other values during my career as a SW developer I finally came back to where I started. Agile SW development for me is the natural and intuitive way of SW development which I didn't had to learn but to remember again.
Elyes GRAR: (ABWEBNET)
FAMOROTI JOHN.
Paul Sweby: (Capgemini)
Sergey Zenchenko: (111Minutes)
Selcuk Batur.
Roy: (Mahindra Satyam) The need is here for such software development methods which allow transprency and deliver value to the Customer via collaboration ... I second this Manifesto

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