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: 26 Nov to 04 Dec 2013
Michael J. Astrauskas: (Center for Cognitive Ubiquitous Computing, Arizona State University)
Shiv S Sridhara: (Classified Ventures) As a career software development professional, I am very interested in being a part of this collaborative, empirically-based movement such as Scrum. I use my CSM certification as a way to gain breadth and depth of knowledge in agile framework and implement in my organization.
Namaya Godwin: I Support the Agile Manifesto!
Karen Chance.
Ciro Mascolo: (http://www.linkedin.com/in/ciromascolo)
António Morais.
Liu Jun: (Northern Lights Technology (Tianjin) Co., Ltd)
Brad Tummons.
Mats Ljungqvist: (CANEA) I beleive that Agile will be a common ground for other development areas as well, such as continous improvements for instance.
Pankaj Kumar Mishra: (Esko) Supporting and Implementing Agile Manifesto.
Vladimir Rubin: (Dr. Rubin IT Consulting) I definetely support the agile manifesto, all the ideas are approved through many years of project experience: interaction with customers from different business domains, dealing with requirements change, motivating the development team and delivering the software!!!
Joseph Carr.
Guglielmo Puglia.
Jacob Wilschrey.
Jon Tracy.
David Whiteman.
Jerónimo Palacios: (http://www.jeronimopalacios.com) I should've signed this five years ago... but I completely forgot. This is the best thing that happened to software development since the invention of electricity.
Preston Taylor: Ok, whatever.
Chandrasekhar Murthy Yechuri: (IBM) I am attracted by the agile manifesto and its principles. I committ myself to practice and promote it.
Bhuwan Lodha.
ganesh.
Maik Seyfert: (http://www.linkedin.com/pub/maik-seyfert/36/462/15b)
Mikhail Emelchenkov: (SOAW)
Anas Hammad: (Emaratech LLC, Dubai - UAE) I Strongly Support Actually, and through my work, I found that the best way to developed the software is a Agile Methodology, "Fast Delivery, High Quality with Constantly communicate between the stockholders". Yes, I would like to develop my skills in this Methodology.
Raghavendra Veluru: (Cognizant Technology Solutions) Lot of stakeholders implementing agile in software services industry are just pretending as if they are following agile. Hence, if they fail; they start blaming agile rather than understanding the root cause of not following Agile Manifesto. I bet, following all 10 principles and manifesto while building their framework will definitely help teams to deliver higher customer value at the earliest
Borko Đurović.
Mohammed Bindreed: (Heriot Watt university) Being Agile that means you are supporting the success in building the modern applications. It has become essential to overcome all the new generation requirements. Flexibility in changing requirements , collaboration, communication and working close to each other are the success keys
Lavanya A: (Sphurti Global Education Pte. Ltd) I support Agile manifesto, it helps me to recollect most of the IT projects challenges that I faced through the years.
Cecil Seepaul, Jr.: These are game changing philosophies.
Andy Hogeboon.
Torsten Bernhard: (Cardinality Design & Management GmbH)
George Georgiadis: (PlatoPro) Agile, it only makes sense ...
Hamid (Harry) Ghezavat: (Conselium Technologies) Hamid Ghezavat
Mauricio Silva.
Hans-H. Drechsel: (freelancer) Hello, I'm 40 years in software development and I agree totally to "Agile Manifesto". Most important for me is: Individuals and interactions! The customer has to work with our software, not we!
Daniel Mocciolo: (http://www.linkedin.com/pub/daniel-mocciolo-csm-mcts/46/76b/3b2/) I support the Agile Manifesto. It is a concise and well thought out document that clearly outlines what is important for the accurate development and execution of a client's vision of his application.
Marco Di Carlo: (Software Developer Senior) I definetely support the agile manifesto, It is the best way of developing software. Often customers at the beginning of project, they have got just an idea of what they need. Collaboration between team members, project managers and customers, production of frequents software releases, will allow to reach easily common goals. Software developed will be inline with what customers need, customers will be very happy, team members will be enriched with knowledge, knowledge is widespread with collaborations, cost of projects will lower than other methods and software will be easy to mantain.
Serkan Haytoglu.
susan bigelow: (INVISION INC)
Richard Kyle Fleming: (Lumos Labs, Inc)
Trey Smith: (Webapp Creative) I strongly believe in Agile Software Development and I am a proud proponent. The methodology presents a much better way of tackling software development problems. I fully endorse the movement and believe we should propagate the message and teach more software developers and engineers to embrace the beauty and benefits of Agile Software Development.
Suleymani Tural: (Modenis LLC) Mən çevik proqramşaldırma Manifestini təsdiqləyirəm. Hər bir profesional proqramçının riayət etməli olduğu qaydalar sırasında ən əvvəldə gəlməlidir.
Ali hajizadeh moghadam.
Asif Padani: (ADT Security)
Mok Chenda: (ORACLE) My humble 16 years of experience with software design & development shows that the 12 principles described in this Agile Manifesto should drive our consulting approach to all of our customer. Regards, Chenda
Felix Bolivar: (Synergix Solutions)
Sergey Korolev.
Elealeh Smith: (Value-Centered Solutions) I fully support the agile manifesto. It works hand in hand with the Principles of Value-Centered Management that we focus on. I look forward to learning more about Agile and using it in our upcoming software projects.
Carsten Søndergaard Pedersen.
Ben Kooistra: (Capgemini)

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