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: 15 Jul to 29 Jul 2014
Erland Riis Lavsen: (#RIISonline) Both as a business developer and a software architect, outcomes has always been priority nr. 1. And from my years as a consultant I have learn the many ways a waterfall project can fail and cause huge amounts of waste. So I highly recommend the Agile way of working - it's just smarter!
Abhijeet Verma: (Principal Financial Group) I endorse the ideology behind Agile Manifesto. The primary idea of a software is to provide business value and serve business objective(s). Hence in an Agile environment, getting a working software is a faster reality.
Birol GÖKTEPE.
Steve Robison: (http://srobison.com) There's a poetic elegance in the simplicity of this approach, this mindset. Valuing production over measurement and planning, philosophy over process; quality software is self-evident.
MARCELINO LAZARO: i support the agile manifesto ! i will practice agile management process
Zane Merton: Adopting Agile has not only helped me professionally but has also been a revelation in my personal life.
Barrett Davis: (Tree Frog Software) Agile allows me to interact beautifully with developers, customers and management. I have used the methodologies for small projects and for remarkably large ones with good success. I feel that it is a learning process, by design.
Soroush Mirzaei.
Michael J. Allgaier.
Scott Carroll.
Michel Wils: Absolument!
Allen S. Eccles: (Kiosk)
Javier Beneito Barquero: (http://malsolo.com/blog4java/)
Ricardo Garcia Ruiz.
Ricardo ajax dias Kosloski: (Universidade de brasilia) Teacher at Software Engineering graduation course
Genene Geda: (Software Engineer)
Michael Droz.
Yelda Gurbuz Erdogan: (http://www.hapcozum.com) I am fan and supporter of Agile Manifesto and its principles. Focus is people. Customers and development team have same target in agile. Team follows valuable activities. Team process capability is growing day by day in agile project. Manifesto and principles make project management and development align. When you are an agile follower, you become open minded person both in professional and private life. I gratefully thank to all predecessor and successor of agile manifesto.
Ismael López Quintero: (Freelance) I support this manifesto and I hope it helps me in my everyday tasks. Am currently studying the ways of finding customers and improving my profesional formation. Greetings!
Rasmus Kaae: (3KINGS)
Esra Ersan: (Johnson Controls ITC)
D.V.N PRADEEP KUMAR.
Fabricio Duarte: I’ve found the Agile Manifesto along with agile software development practices to be the secret sauce for having raving fans over conformed customers.
Anthony Barnhart: (Texas DevOps)
Piyapong Charoenwattana: (University of Alberta Libraries)
Piyapong Charoenwattana: (University of Alberta Libraries)
Ralph D. Wilson II: (Independent Database Developer) The Manifesto for Agile Software Development, and especially The Principles Behind the Agile Manifesto, are a concise representation of the approach and techniques for software development that I was taught almost 5 decades ago and that I have employed throughout my career. The combination of the Manifesto and the Principles have proven far more successful than any other approach I have ever encountered. The results of their use will be not only software/systems that are more robust, resilient, and user-friendly but also happier and more productive development teams, happier customers/end-users, and, in general, less stressful management.
Denise Laman.
ปิยะพงศ์ เจริญวัฒนะ.
Chee Yang Eng.
Clay Reiche.
SIDDHARTH JAIN.
Christian Jantz: (vations IT)
Javier A Miranda: (Agile Ratio) Adaptation over Plans...be Agile!
Centric First Aid Training: (Centric First Aid Training) I support the Manifesto!
movileslibres: (http://www.compararmovileslibres.com.es) I agree to this manifest that represents the ideals of good working through better ways to get things done.
Joanne Kilian.
Damilola Agboola.
Brent Carr.
Frank Schaefer: Talking face to face instead of and before writing.
José Alberto Toalá Moreno: (Gobierno del Estado de Chiapas) I agree. J.A. Toalá
tushar kataria: (IBM India ) Agile has enabled for developing products quickly & then the iterative process makes it feasible to accept changing requirements late in the development stages as well
Kerry Young: (Web Design Apps) We believe in these principles
Richard Millett.
Roman Prysiazhniuk.
Mike: (Vertalab.com)
Praveen Srinivas: Scrum is the best framework to achieve the business goals.
Ajobiewe Joseph: (XcluTech Inc.) i endorse the concept of agile software development. My Company is built upon the purpose of this manifesto, and it is flag we shall continuously uphold.
Adriano Balaguer: (http://www.adrianobalaguer.com)
Dustin Hill: Agile is truly an amazing way to create amazing software. It allows developers to know what customers want and customers to get what they want by opening channels of communication daily and by delivering working software "as-you-go". I love it!

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