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: 13 Mar to 23 Mar 2014
Oscar Espinar Lazaro.
Tina Kostrzeski: (IGT)
Michael Forstner: (http://www.forstner.it)
James Ceragioli: (IGT)
Ivan Makale: I think the Agile ideas are great.
Ken Grullón: (Emevenca Dominicana)
Kris Hedges.
Usama.
Gaurav Arora: agile is awesome!!! pity people abuse it...
Konstantin Vuk Savicevic: (Orah)
Peter Yates: It's just common sense.
Falko Schumann.
Ovidio R. Calvet: (CTS) Just the right way to go!!!
Chris Westcott: (Pinewood Solutions)
Adam Harwood.
Nick Breen: (Television New Zealand)
Erik Petersen.
Edson Pereira Santos.
Stefan Böther: Das wäre in der Tat schön
Mauro Pepe: (Telecom Italia Information Technology Srl)
Scott M. Sanders: (Humana)
Bruno Gonçalves: (Eternum TI)
Frankely Rafael Díaz Checo.
Володимир Манівчук: It`s cool!!!!!!!!!!!!
Ahmed El-Serafy.
Benjamin Dieckmann.
Krishna Manjunath: (Keytree) After having many years of software development experience with and 'without' using Agile, I strongly agree with and appreciate the 'principles of Agile Manifesto'. It is one of best way to adapt to the ever changing IT industry, where 'today is yesterday'!
David Kerr: (Quality Compliance Systems) Our B2B software demands a fast update cycle; which is in no small part made possible due to employing agile development techniques. We wholly support the agile manifesto.
Alejandro Pérez Álvarez: (Odigeo)
Tom Bellinson: (University of Michigan Medical School) We are still early in our Agile journey, but we are already seeing dividends. Empowering individuals and allowing them to own their work are always good ideas.
Darren South: (Culture South West) We work to the principles of the Agile Manifesto.
Marcos Vega: (http://vizualize.me/maravilloso#)
Annabelle Buffart: (Vesperia Group)
Alexander: (B-Forum)
Rodolpho L.R.Vieira: (Instituto Curitiba de Informática) I believe that agile methods are not only a methodology but a methodology of dynamic life - act on a problem the quickest way possible, resolving issues in a piecemeal manner and helping the client identify the requirements and the solutions more feasible and practical .
Allen Holub: (http://holub.com) Processes that stem from agile principles are, to my mind, the only viable way to build software.
Peter Alexander Stewart: (World Space Program) I believe in Agile. I spent many sleepless nights waiting for the day that a methodology would meet my expectations. So if you're looking for a methodology that makes the sweat run down your arse crack, better call Saul!
Enric Lizondo: I believe this is one of the greatest things in software development. We are "humanizing" technology.
Bouin: (Coords)
Berkan Demirel.
Werner Dreher: (IT)
wiwat: I agree that we should deliver product or software that useful and fit with customer requirement more than fit with proposal requirement.
Arash Pourhabibi Zarandi: (Shiraz University)
Mark Willis.
Duteil Marylène.
Pierpaolo Mangeruga: (Interactive Consulting Solutions) Learning about Agile is to me a flash of inspiration because in my long experience I always tried to be "agile" even though I didn't know about the existence of these principles. I never worked (or asked to work) long hours, preferring to get well organized during the day, direct to the point, etc. Projects results are really fantastic working this way.
Galen Mosier: (Ingennium)
Alireza nazarian: (Barsasoft)
Amit Roymazumder: (Zaintechs Consultant)
Joao Gustavo Nunes de Oliveira.

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