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: 20 Feb to 02 Mar 2008
Theo King.
Herman Lintvelt: (Polymorph Systems) Just starting to do agile development properly, and loving it. Productivity and efficiency and especially code quality and customer satisfaction has increased a lot.
Derek S. Hudgens.
Ori Peleg: (http://orip.org) People is where it's at
Ken Christie.
Christian Hedin: /signed
Christian Oberleitner: (BearingPoint Graz, Austria) Agile methods are the only ones that allow to combine good engineering practice with changing business requirements (and the world around us IS changing steadily and so are business requirements)
KellyRush: (eXecuTech Consulting Corp.) The customer is ultimate. Without customers, there is no need for products. Users are people, too!
Sigurdur Birgisson: (LTH)
Sami Salkosuo: (http://sami.salkosuo.net) Working software above all else.
Norman Davis: (Raptex Consulting Limited)
srinivas: (AUM Infotech) I have been advocating this type of Development since a long time and am happy that I can push my team since there is FORUM which Validates my line of Dveloping projects
Mark Rajcher: (Intellitactics Inc.) At Intellitactics, a security software company, we are adopting Agile project methodology for the next product release.
Paul Mitchell: (Macys.com)
Kay Leben: (UI Modeling Company)
Olice Certain II.
Faisal Akhtar: The key statement in that entire manifesto is "Primary indicator of prgress is working software". Not deliverables, not deadlines, WORKING SOFTWARE. Very well said!
Maurilio: (http://www.trollish.org) just a student, but hope to work soon in software development!
Gus Mileto.
John Gluck.
Ray Schneider: Actually thought I had signed this years ago, but did not see my name when I looked. In any case, planning for and practicing agility is always a winning and pragmatic path to follow. It always provides functional and supportable products delivered to the end users on-time and on-spec!
Francisco Edmundo de Andrade: Always learning. Happy coding!
steve greensill.
yousef Abssi: (MTN) I follow the agile mythologies in my work, especially XP.
Philip Kellingley: I've been a fan of SCRUM since its introduction and I've used it many times. Agile is a natural development which enables business to be involved in the production of software and software people to understand the needs of business. In many ways it reverts back to the early days of IT when I used to be 'systems analyst' and programmer rolled into one. Bottom line - it delivers.
Piotr Buliński: (http://piotr.bulinski.pl)
Ron Isip: (Xtensyon Technologies Inc.)
Raffi Simonian: Following these principles to help software Development move forward.
Eduardo Gonçalves: (http://www.eduardogoncalves.net)
Freddy Zamora: (Servisoftware)
Rand Fitzpatrick: (http://nulldivide.com)
Yannick Tessier: (Sayers Media Group) Agile means to us: letting excellence come naturally from the investment made in the many permutations of a product.
Joakim Neander: (Sogeti Sweden AB)
Robin Dymond: (Innovel LLC) The Agile manifesto represents a sea change in the approach to any complex system development. As consultants and trainers we are taking these principles and practices into the wider world of knowledge work, including compliance, operations, and marketing.
Jan Stout: (Philips Healthcare)
Marcia Davis.
Anders Sveen: (http://blog.f12.no)
srinivasan: (TCS) I am working in Agile Process for last 6 months and now i am in sprint 5, each sprint goes for 4 weeks, at the end of the 4th week we have demo for the stakeholders, but there will be intermediate releases to the on-site requirement gathering team. I like the way the agile works.
Pedro Costa: (Ludomedia) I'm a Doctoral Student. My project: "Analysis of Costs and Benefits of the Methodologies Development Software with educative ends centered in the user (DCU)"
Janos Feher: (Mindworks-Networking Kft.) The agile method is currently the most effective developement modell for web developement.
Bernard Ng: (http://javatroopers.com)
Patrick Verheij: IT or Information Technology is all about providing the right systems to people in order to make their lives easier and enhance their benefits. The Agile Manifesto supports this by providing a few core principles to stay close to that goal. Therefore I support the Agile Manifesto and take it to heart when serving people with IT.
Todd Bartlett: (Cinevidia)
David Barone: (www.fishysplash.com) Agile is the only sensible way to approach enterprise application development these days. Believing that waterfall can work is like believing the world is flat.
Phillipe Cantin.
Roumen Spassov: (TranSoft Ltd.) We are small ant high-tech inovative company from Bulgaria. We work by this approach in last 10 years. Our success in logistics+customs software confirm the Agile Manifesto. Thanks of this method we create European patent No WO 2008/011690 A1. Thank You for so wise and clear definition !!! Best regards, Roumen Sp.
Jirka Schaefer: (Tschitschereengreen) Herewith I agree completetely with the Agile Manifesto.
Jeremy Rose: (http://www.jeremyrose.ca)
Lyubov Ignatovsky: (Euro Model Trains)
Eunice A Harried: (Global AMS Delivery)

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