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: 21 Feb to 10 Mar 2013
Arnaud Quivoron: I fully enjoy and support product engineering using Agile methodologies. Human relationships is a fundamental and makes us build successful products above original expectations and concepts.
Sauzedde Thomas.
Ivan Johnston: (Victoria Police)
Sabine Schwanitz.
Piotr "Pietanczyk" Maksimczyk: Working as a Scrum Master on a daily basis, I appreciate more and more what gives the Agile way, not only on the quality of the produced software, but also on the quality of professional life of people who create this software.
Jacques Lebrat Dantan: I fully support the Agile Manifesto and its principles as it has strongly proven its success in projects.
Michael Maretzke: The Agile Manifesto's origin are in Software Development. But the essence turns out to be universal to a lot of organizational challenges of today's world. It is a very helpful set of values and stimulates conversation about company values and the way collaboration between people should / could be organized.
Alan Hummer: Agile is how I think, how I breath and how I live. A philosophy for software development, a philosophy for life.
Kevin Wang: (Tealeaf Academy) This is how we build software and how we teach to our students.
Anna Blechingberg.
Seyed Jalal Jafari: (SanayCo)
Misti Parker: (Cam With Me) I commit to follow these practice very closely.
Barış BAL: (Scrum Turkey)
José Fidel Urquiza Yllescas.
Kareem Salama: Its a way if living...
Pedro Ferreira.
Jeff Himmelright.
Steven Moschidis: (http://www.moschidis.com)
Emiel Vermeulen: (http://agile.fast-framework.com)
Steven Moschidis: (http://www.moschidis.com)
Paul Barnes: (projectAlly) I believe in the Agile Manifesto. Whilst I accept it's foundation in software development I like to think that it can be equally beneficial in all parts of a business and it's functions.
Paul Pobursky: I agree, adopt, and value the principles of the Agile Manifesto!
Alejadro Amo: (IT Experts Alliance)
Ann Scheck: (SCSS )
Ismael Jonas Galván Hernández: (UNAM) Yo también estoy convencido de que las cosas pueden ser mejores y se pueden hacer de una mejor manera.
Rune Brahe Bjerregaard: Stay true!
Chris Monahon: (XeoMatrix Incorporated) "Adopting the four basic values of the Agile Manifesto is the path to great software, better business, and happy customers."
Jim Pierce: (eBay PayPal BillMeLater) Even before the agile manifesto arrived, I was learning and doing the Microsoft Solutions iterative process, which back then was ground breaking science on how to build software with rapid iterations, etc... When the agile manifesto arrived, we embraced it as something we all recognized. Over a decade later we still seem to struggle on the exact mechanics of Agile. It's important to never lose sight of the original manifesto principles.
Kevin Goff: After all these years, I still love the simplicity and power of the manifesto! It sums up in so few words that developing great software is fundamentally about people - disciplined, thinking people working together to solve complex problems in an ever-changing world.
Tomas Zadrapa: (Spades) I do it 10 years and didn't know about it. This is my phylosophy and I am very happy to know that I am not alone. In my previous job it was something bad. Thanks
Sindhu: (CTS)
Vinay: (ADP)
Säm Abdelkhalek: (Autoscout24)
Yaseen: (ITC Infotech)
Viktor Ekholm.
Melissa Star: (NetExperts Pty Ltd) At NetExperts we are dedicated to the principles of Agile Software Development and actively encourage use of Agile methodology in projects we are involved in.
Dusty R Rhoades: (Utah Agile Coach) I have been working in the roles of Scrum Master, Product Owner, and Agile coach since 2007. I love to educate companies on the benefits and values of agile.
Jose Delgado Hueso: (Domino Internet S.L.) Apoyamos el Manifesto por el Software Ágil.
Greg Fehrs: The timeline for software development thus expense both hard dollars and time to offering has expanded past acceptabe delivery. Reducing both will pay ongoing dividends to the Bank's ability to increase both that competitive edge and customer satisfaction!
Gustavo Nogueira dos Reis: Ecletic Web Developer
Adam Bramblet: (BofA) Agile framework is in my opinion the best way to manage a project. It allows for the ebb and flow of todays business enviroment.
Simon Johnson: (Derby County Football Club)
Jeff Runkel: I agree!
BEZOMBES: (RECIPROQUE)
Daniel Corbett.
Larry Hubatka: I've been in the business long enough to realize that there are three fundamental constraints that must be faced head-on to realize opportunities that come our way: time, thought, & action. Simplicity & intuitive application is head and shoulders better than excruciatingly detailed artifacts. Being able to capture what you need, when it presents itself lets an Agile team focus on the opportunities instead of the tools.
Fawaz Ahmed.
Anish K Michael: (SOD Technologies) I support Agile Manifesto. Being a Software Tester , am quite satisfied with this method. I hope this will help to make a good relationship with the client.
Juan C. Garcia.
Jiri Hradil: (http://www.hradil.cz) Be agile or not to be.

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