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: 28 Nov to 06 Dec 2012
Julio Jurado: Estoy haciendo una especie de Tesis sobre el desarrollo ágil y creo que es muy buena práctica... saludos desde Perú
Asbjorn Bjaanes: (Netpower)
Jose Antonio Pardo Collera.
Russell Smith: (http://theagileba.blogspot.co.uk/)
Matthew Dodgson: (Kaplan Financial) We use Agile philosophy in our work, and as a result, we're getting a lot more done in a big company such as ours.
Joe Gibson: (Banc Media) At Banc Media we fully support the Agile Manifesto and believe it is the best and only way to deliver what the customer actually wants.
Poria Kanozi: (http://www.poria.ca)
Idd Salim: (Xema Labs) I endorse and live by the Agile model
Javier Alejandro Caballero: (ISA)
Mike Roth: (MXRSS)
Grandfond: (Theodo)
Marek Kalnik: (Theodo)
Nguyễn Đăng Khoa: (NetPower)
Giang Dinh: (NetPower)
Lư Tài Phong: (NetPower Vietnam)
Tran Quang: (Netpower) Let do what you understand.
Dave Klundt: (NDT Consulting) I've always believed in, and behaved in accordance with, the tenets of the Agile Manifesto. But in my 20 years as a professional developer I've never heard them stated so simply and eloquently. Thanks to all for your community and gifts.
Jason Ng.
Logesh Rajendran.
Srdjan Klasnja: (Presek Informatique) Agile methods with its adaptive planning, scalable development and delivery, and time-framed iterative approach are perfectly suitable for us. We chose a SCRUM methodology with several practices from Extreme Programming (XP), to create environment adapted to the needs and capacity of our customers.
Rodrigo Mattos.
Edwin Jacques: (EMC Corporation) EMC is a customer-focused company. Agile is a natural fit for our business because it's all about knowing your customers and building them solutions they need. To the extent we apply Agile methodologies, we succeed.
Adam Weisbart: (http://weisbart.com/agileposters)
Frank Maraite: (http://www.maraite.com/GCR) I have heard about it this year for the first time. I absolutly agree!
Avelino Ferreira Gomes Filho: (TRE-RJ)
Rob van Wees.
Martha Chumo Njeri Chelimo.
Michael Thompson: Agile and Scrum is a better way to build software in this constantly changing technical world we live in. I pledge to the support the Agile Manifesto.
Markus Lehmann.
Thuledi Makua: (University of South Africa)
Catalin Dragomir.
Thomas Bonset.
Henrik Nielsen: (Lauritz.com) It just works :)
Will Lukang: (UBS Wealth Management Americas) Transparency and efficiency can only be achieved when apply the discipline of Agile.
Bruno Pereira de Andrade: (Inatel) Less burocracy increases the team power
Praveen Gupta: (Illinois Institute of Technology) Software being a creative, complex, and customer engaging activity I totally agree with the Agile Manifesto! Art of software outdoes its science for enjoyable user experience.
Jay Johnson: This is awesome! Thanks for stepping forward -- in a groundbreaking way -- to address the many shortfalls within software development.
William Kenny.
Dr.Lawrence Harold: (http://drlawrenceharold.in) I support the cause and motivation behind Agile Software Development .
sazakir.
Tom Harrison Jr: (http://tomharrisonjr.com) Early in my software career I consulted companies that followed prescriptive, rigorous, rule-driven methodologies. This resulted in projects that missed schedules, failed to deliver on what customers wanted, and removed human intelligence from the process of creating something. I came in to these companies demonstrating a new idea, a precursor to Agile known as RAD. We communicated, then came back within a few hours or a day with something the customer could look at and respond to. The customers asked us "Why haven't we been doing this all along?" In the years since, my teams have adopted the principals of Agile, for the most part. When we reverted to traditional waterfall methods, no one was happy. With Agile, we were consistently able to collaborate, deliver incrementally, demonstrate real progress, and most important, provide a reliable prediction. Everyone was happy. Agile is misunderstood. It is the anti-methodology. If you are feeling constrained, confused, wary or doubtful about adopting Agile, look carefully here on this site: Agile is an idea about how to communicate -- nothing more. Or less.
Balaji: I fully endorse the AGILE Manifesto Individuals and interactions over processes and tools Working software over comprehensive documentation Customer collaboration over contract negotiation Responding to change over following a plan
Gary Alan Morris.
Mario Guzmán: (http://www.mguzman.es)
Alphan Arslan: (http://www.alphanarslan.com)
Le Truong Phuong.
Hung Quang Nguyen: (Net Power Viet Nam)
Philip Smith: (Wyvernware Limited) We have been applying Agile values and Practices since 2001, for the benefit of our clients and our developers alike. We wholeheartedly support the Agile Manifesto and those who care about the integrity and professionalism of our industry.
Minh Nguyen: (Netpower)
Khanh, Phan: (NetPower)

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