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: 18 Aug to 27 Aug 2013
Jason Mueller: (Infinite Energy)
Niall O'Keeffe.
Brad Hugick: Thank you for making software development fun again! Agile has been a game changer for me and my teams.
jorge valdes: (TenStep Latinoamérica) I subscribe to the Agile Manigesto.
Vaughan Henriques.
Benigno P. Andres: (Orani Water District)
Priya Ranjan Singh: (http://priyaranjan.net) Awesomeness when it gets to, "while there is value in the items on the right, we value the items on the left more."
Leonardo De Fabris Lopes: (IMA) We can make bether when we love that we do
Roman Godfrey: Thank You, Roman Godfrey
Brandon Rinck: (hayneedle.com)
Raymond Powell: (Startbutton, LLC) Thank you for clarifying what I have been trying to explain for years!
Nico Amon: (PT Docotel Teknologi) Best Framework to develop flexible with effective resource
Anil Kadakol.
Malena de La Fuente Gouvêa.
Tanvir Ahmed: (http://www.riffatinc.com) During the past 10 years of my work as a project manager/ Scrum master, I have definitely found Agile manifesto working and I would never go back to the traditional methodology i.e. Waterfall or any form of it.
Prashant Maloo: I support the Agile Manifesto!
Leonard Tchuta: (Hewlett Packard ) I,Leo, after more than 8 years developing and leading teams to deliver IT solutions to business organization have to come learn through practical experience that the agile software development manifesto represents the core values of successful software development methodologies of our times. I hereby, endorse the manifesto on an individual level, and kindly request other software experts to follow to suit. Signed by Leo, PMP. 2013.08.21
Jens Kristian Villadsen: Nothing else would ever work out
Piotr Kaluza.
Karen Taylor: (http://www.linkedin.com/in/karenquadytaylor)
Jorge Madrid: (Üplex)
Sushant.
Jacques Leonel Bica: (JB Sistemas Ltda)
Jagannath Prasad Lenka: (Infosys Ltd) Agile Manifesto truly represents the natural way of software development and delivery practices. With the rapid change in global business process, organizational development, we will not able to afford waiting for years to see the real value on ground. Hence, there is definitely a need for Agility at every level. Agile Manifesto lays out those basic principle and practices which will help the planet to go through an accelerated journey.
Mohammad Lataifeh: It is about time.. but better late then never. Agile + design thinking is the way to go! let us get a stats change for the standish group !
Kenneth A Peters: (RKZ Consulting LTD) I do agree with the values and principles noted herein. I have found over the course of 25+ years in IT, that this approach to s/w design and development yields the greatest value. Just park the egos at the door.
Gildas Lanilis: (http://www.linkedin.com/in/gildaslanilis/) I have been embracing Agile Values and Principles for years and I suddenly realized I did not endorsed the Manifesto. Good to re-read the values and principles, it reinforces my commitment in the grail of self improving team who continuously focused into delivering great customer experience.
Gabriele Marazzi: (http://www.3ml.it)
Technologia: (Technologia)
James Cotterill: (http://jamescotterill.co.uk)
Antonio de Mora: Este es el mayor paso en la evolución del desarrollo y administración de proyectos, aportando un poco de caos al orden que pretendíamos forzar para actividades que se desarrollan sobre una plataforma tan volátil como son las Tecnologías de la Información.
Harries Hernandez.
Abi Bellamkonda: (Dun & Bradstreet)
Irsal Alsanea: (Northwestern University)
Gill: (Ajoft Technologies) I believe in Agile development. I am impressed with the core concepts across many diverse teams. Agile provides context for tailoring software strategies to meet the unique needs of the situation that your team finds itself in. It simply works better than other softwre development methodoligies.
José Ramón Pais Curto: (BPM wasabi)
CHANDRAMOHAN S S.
Rodney Abdulkarim: (Propel Technology Services, Inc.) With great respect and admiration to the mountains of challenges that prior models have had to overcome, we have been fortunate to have Agile pave the way of the future. Since 2003, our Core Philosophy has been to eliminate the fear of custom software development and make it attainable to small and medium businesses. Our Agile-driven techniques have allowed us to deliver both immediate value and ongoing vehicles of growth to our clients as opposed to budget pitfalls and underutilized end products. As an organization, we stand by the Agile Manifesto and look forward to continuing The Journey. After all, the only constant, is change itself.
Jim Stover: The values and principles layed out in the manifesto are long lasting...and get to the heart, in a simplistic manner, of how software development should be approached.
Jerry Finegan: Having done waterfall for many years at three of the larger fortune 500 companies, I can testify that AGILE is a much more effective way to develop software.
Marcel Fuursted: (1hello.com IT Outsourcing)
Wolfgang Brandhuber: (http://https://www.xing.com/profiles/Wolfgang_Brandhuber)
Howard Haimovitch: (EAG Inc.) It makes so much sense. Instead of the customer eagle-eying us or us the customer, the customer becomes the consumer and we are the developers or creators and the real enemy is the timeline(to do it in time); enemy 2 is the scope(feature list completed) and enemy 3 is the budget (doing it within budget). agile gives all options and enhances the behaviour to have the developers and consumers as part of one team. It encourages the right behaviours to finish the project on time within budget and completed with the feature list. I do not know of any other methodology that can do this except Agile.
Torsten Gründl: Putting people before processes is something that will be very important in the future, as hierarchies will be become less and less important...
Caralynn Rauchman: (Shattered Hollow Entertainment)
Dan Hintz.
Ameen Pulikkalakath.
Daniel Grifol: (http://danielgrifol.es)
Antonio Cruz: (Quint)
Antonella Porfido: (http://www.antonellaporfido.it)

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