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: 29 Jul to 07 Aug 2014
Rene Marquenie: (http://www.marquenie.nl) Thought I did sign the Agile Software Development Manifesto already more than a year ago, but missed my name. So once again: Seeing Agile way of working and specifically Scrum being proved in a high performance mostly self steering team (not reached the ultimate goal yet) ;-). It's powerful and mind blowing if you see that state of team performance following the agile principles. I try to apply these every day at work and spread them around. Thanks!
Jerry Chaves: (IMF) It's been a good 4 years since I first heard of Agile, and so far it's one of the guiding principles that has served me well, not only through numerous development efforts, but in later projects involving pure implementation and infrastructure improvement. Hopefully it'll serve the general community further in the future.
Vincent RAMPAL.
Rakesh Kumar G: (RSA Aveksa)
Magdalena Firlit: I am completely convinced of Agile values. I have a chance to experienced them on a daily basis.
Eduardo dos Santos Custódio.
Davy Debacker: (Nexios IT) As software engineers, we should all care about writing good working software with a time to market as short as possible to satisfy customers as much as possible as soon as possible. Therefor I couldn't agree more with the Agile Manifesto.
Glenn Fala: (Penn Medicine)
Lukas Kubanek: (http://lukaskubanek.com)
Louis Roscoe: Agile is the future...
Robert Bonomo: (Bob Bonomo, LLC) Inspiration, Iteration and tangible value-add services ...
Simi Tresa Antony.
Kristijan Grgurevic: If we treat software rather as solutions, these principles are valid for any facette of professional interactions and collaboration.
Lisa Calabrese: (Optimum Consulting) Empowered, self-directed teams can build some great software! Keep it up.
Irena White: (Flinders University)
Lorenzo Allievi: (http://www.linkedin.com/in/lorenzoallievi)
Pham Van Vung: (VTGames)
Rien Sach.
Christian Luis Angelone.
Christopher Franklin: (Agile Junky) I have been practicing Agile in various forms since 2004 (10 years!) and it has served me well. I have slowly been making the transition from practitioner to mentor to teacher and it is the best decision of my life!
Nigel Minchin: (Verulam Web Design) Having been originally trained in traditional PM methofs I quickly experienced the drawbacks and frustrations caused by fixed scope and big plans. We embrace the agile approach and educate clients into the benefits, both for them and us.
Mridul Jayan: For personal experience in IT projects of almost a decade, agile works. It is more of like an interface where you can customize your implementation rather than adher to archaic practices infused with red-tape and documentation hell.
Dean Olschewsky.
Scott Wittig: (Thomson Reuters)
Paul Schaefer: Many years as a developer and now as a project manager have validated these basic precepts. Very glad this group had taken the time to collaborate, formalize, and communicate the ideas in this agreement and give me the opportunity to participate. Thanks!
Jennifer Seiler: (http://jennseiler.com) It is a brilliantly sustainable way to work, not just from the product side, but from the human side.
Abhinav Sharma.
Jimmy Lim: (jas green villas seminyak) I am happy to join this community. Thank you for the Agile Manifesto! It is so brilliantly simple and still revolutionary.
Vikrant Kulkarni.
Jordi Falguera.
Steve Martin: (Futurism Technologies Pvt. Ltd.) At Futurism we work passionately on innovative technologies and ground-breaking ideas aimed at streamlining the integral processes of businesses and enterprises through the use of Information Technology and thought-leadership.
Sebastian Sprenger.
Aung Htet Maung.
Mark Hinnen: (bbv Software Services AG)
Jeff K Edde: (Henry Schein)
Müslüm Akan.
Raju Raghavan: (Husken Software Solutions Pte Ltd) We follow Agile in our Project.
Ronaldo Marques: (RonaldoMarques.com) I have been successfully using Scrum for over 5 years now which is helping me complete complex projects over the years.
John Jupe: (Perceptual Awareness Centre)
Leon Steyns: I support the Agile Manifesto! Not only for software development, but if I am allowed to do so - also in a wider(business) perspective. To that means, I read the second statement: "Working systems over comprehensive documentation"
Lê Thị Cẩm Lìn: (university of pedagogy)
Ayrton Araújo: (FPF tech)
Brandon West: (427781) I believe and agree with the purpose and intent of the Agile Manifesto. Too many hours, days and cumulative months are spent in meetings spinning wheels for proof of progress. The progress should be in the deliverable.
Sam Flanagan: (Blueprint Web Technologies Ltd) On behalf of myself and my company, I endorse the principles and values set out in the Agile Manifesto.
Pilar García Echevarría.
popi makris: i am a firm believer in the 'human-ness' of the Agile Manifesto!
Thơ: (University of pedagogy)
Jakub Illukowicz.
J Ted Stamps: I embrace the advantages of Agile, especially how it embodies the goals of classical management but achieves those goals with new approaches and renewed emphasis on customer satisfaction. Additionally, I love the gestalt of including the product team (and their happiness/satisfaction) as an important piece of the overall product life cycle's deliverables. Better products, happier customers, and happier workers: Agile can be a win win win.
Ian Mitchell Kostman: (Nemo-Soft Business Solutions) I have been developing hardware, software, and systems for nearly 30 years. When I was asked if I knew what Agile Development was, I have to admit I was perplexed. That was, of course, until I found this site... thank goodness common sense and good business practice are so in Vogue now that it has an actual name. I have always conducted myself in this manner, and have made a point of passing it on to everyone I have taught, trained, led, or employed. Nice to see it has caught on like wildfire. Agile All The Way!!!

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