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: 19 Nov to 28 Nov 2012
carlo giordano.
Phil Fredrickson.
Per Jansson.
Steve Hicks: (Tiger Team Consulting)
Vitaliy.
Leandro Faria: (http://www.leandrofaria.com.br)
Rajnish Kesharwani.
Patrick Plattes.
Paul Bratt: (Capgemini UK)
Willem-Jan Jacobs: (Freelance Project Manager)
Steve Orange: (Capgemini)
Sandra Grahl: (W&W Informatik GmbH, Germany) YES! I follow these basic principles since I can remember. They are my basis for many successful and happy projects. Sorry that I signed in that late :-)
Raj Praveen Radhakrishnan.
Mariano Del Rosso: (ImediaTravel)
Hennie Kloppers: (9th Bit Consulting) Agile is the future of solutioning and implementation of Middleware and SOA style projects
Gimi Liang.
Paul Sweby: (Capgemini) Adoption of Agile principles addresses communication problems, focuses on what is truly of value and inspires teams to perform
Greg Webb: (Capgemini) The best way to deliver what the customer actually wants that I have seen in almost 30 years of working in software development!
Vasundhara JM.
Rich Dusky: (Cleveland Web Design)
Gill Birch: (Capgemini) As well as the delivery benefits, agile makes a marked difference to the development of the delivery people as they are encouraged to work together helping to share knowledge and skills.
Pascal Vree: (Tevreden.nl) Agile is the way to go! business and technology provide a synergy which surpasses any other method! Try it and do fall in love!
Suresh Marru: (Apache Software Foundation) Following Apache Way with meritocratic governance and community over code philosophy, we exactly follow the Agile Software Development. By experience we have learnt that the 4 keys of agile manifesto is exactly what is needed for success of a open source project like Apache Airavata where we apply it on a day-to-day basis.
Davide Traverso: Be Agile!
Juan Carlos Mendez Camacho: (Bizagi ltd) I Believe in the agile manifesto, is the best approach for the software progress!
Luis Pedro Cardoso: (AUTONOMO)
Stephen Lewis: I endorse this principle which makes the satisfaction of users incredibly easer to achieve.
William K. Powers.
Jakub Bażela: (Code Sprinters)
Ali Fouani.
Charlton Ho: (Fortis Technologies) We at Fortis support the Agile Manifesto because we value people over processes
ciani.
KayDee Sullivan: (Chick-fil-A)
Gerardo Quintana: Creo en cada uno de los apartados del manifiesto, he puesto a prueba cada uno de ellos y he encontrado que es una excelente forma de desarrollar software para todo tipo de usos. Saludos Gerardo Quintana
Grant Stokley: (Gingsoft)
Sandro: (Canoo) Agile is first of all an attitude towards your job and your customer
Emil Rasmussen: (Novicell)
Ed Holdsworth: (Practical Control) Agile is the most appropriate way for us to deliver quality product developments for our clients, applied to embedded software development and electronics design in an ever changing and rapid development process.
Grant Crawley: (D. Grant Crawley Ltd) I've been writing software professionally for 20 years. Even before the Agile Manifesto came into existence I followed most of it's principles. Since reading the manifesto and studying Agile I have become a strong proponent of Agile as a development PM methodology and now follow that model whenever possible. I also believe that the same methodology can be applied to all kinds of development projects, and not just IT.
Sreeman Mishra: (Wells Fargo, India)
Leon Sabarsky: (BCBSNC) I strongly endorse the use of the Agile Manifesto in guiding Agile methodology implementations. I've been using the Manifesto since 2008. I'm always asking myself, "Am I 'Being Agile' or 'Doing Agile'?" I believe that its harder to 'Be Agile'.
TNV Balaji: (TNVBalaji) Agile gives the opportunity to work as a team and to help each other in order to complete the project and deliver on time. I love Agile Methodology !
Kevin O'Connor: (Other...) Common bloody sense!
McKelly Peart: (Beehive Technology) Daily, Monthly, & Yearly iterations = Continuous Improvement.
Thuledi Makua: (University of South Africa)
Brian Triplett.
Curt Cox.
Iain Mitchell: (http://www.iainjmitchell.com/blog)
Veaceslav Pantikin: (Allied Testing)
Ville Määttä: (Ruriat)

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