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: 11 Apr to 20 Apr 2009
Andrea Palmieri: (Reply )
Thorsten Werle: (binaris informatik GmbH)
Amol Antony Jose: (Ariba Inc ) Agile is simple straightforward but revolutionary.
Marília Honório: (Ci&T)
Dennis Cochran.
Katalin Kish.
Steven Haddox: (http://www.stevenhaddox.com)
Rolly Fordham: (Luma)
Hilton Ramos: (Ci&T Software SA) Agile way of life!!!
Kim Truitt.
Douglas Neal: (nCaseOf.com) learning about Agile!
Marc Riggs.
Steven B. Tomlinson.
Shawn Selby.
Duncan Campbell: (BuzzCity)
Jason de la Cruz: (Booyah Software) Live by the Agile Manifesto, and Bob is your uncle!
Mike Finney: (Unemployed) Although I have not actually used the Agile software development process it self I SUPPORT the concept. I ran a project 2 years ago where I was delivering new code and functionality every week. The team took a back log of over 300 "user stories" and in 10 months we were down to 15.
Ray Wang: (NAIT) I Support the Agile Manifesto!
Christian Soronellas: (http://www.christian-soronellas.es)
Roelof J. Kannenberg: (Manpower Software plc) Speak Agile
Darrin Dykstra: I am a believer in the philosophy that is simply stated in the Agile Manifesto. Adhering to these simple principles will lead to great success given the following attributes of those involved: - Willing participants - Motivated contributors - Support and most importantly TRUST from the leadership team / stakeholders
Thomas Sundberg: (Agical AB)
Ala M. Mohammad.
Hamsa Murugesan: After adapting to Scrum practices back in 2005 from the traditional waterfall, we have truly felt the light in the way we do things. The basic principle of keeping it simple and having the focus on the teamwork, helped us get through the challenges much efficiently than before. Thanks to all the great minds who envisioned Agile priniciples and making it true.
Brett Powell: (Chillisoft) We have been using Agile methodologies for 5 years now and the more we use them the more we learn and the better we do.
Joel Bryan Juliano: (8Layer Technologies) I support the Agile Manifesto! It's practical, straightforward, unpretentious and honest. In Tagalog "Walang Palabok..".. so "Take it easy, use Agile Methodology! :-)"
Fábio Almeida: (http://fabioalmeida.net/blog)
Yousef Ghandour: (Independent)
Alexandre Jorge Mano: (Normatica)
Tremeur Balbous: (Pyxis Technologies)
Bruce Langenbach: (The Software Zouave) The Agile Manifesto is the "bar exam" for Software PROFESSIONALS!
Jonas Lindholm: (Accenture)
Grant Rettke: (http://www.wisdomandwonder.com/)
Miriam O'Connor: (IBM Tivoli)
Madhura Phadke.
Paul Doleman: (iCrossing) George Konrad said "Courage is an accumulation of small steps" i.e. a huge quality is obtained by making lots of little movements towards it. That's my view on truly great software, lots of little iterations towards it. Therefore I support the Agile Manifesto with every sinue and keep taking those small steps every day.
Raffaele Cetrancolo.
Gourram: (PolySourcing) Developing a multitude of software’s in different sectors, I've found that the communication at different levels is very important and I agree with the approaches in the Agile Manifesto.
Alexander Wilde: (alexo web development) Please promote this manifesto to all kinds of clients you work with.
Nadeeth Lansakara: (OrangeHRM Inc.)
Paco Castro: (CSD) There we go!
John Tyler: (Sentient Sinusoid, LLC) Agile is not only the right way to approach software development, it is the sustainable way to approach software development.
Jorge Edison Lascano: (Ecuadorian Army Polytechnic School) Researching software development mothodologies: Scrum and XP
Martin Proulx: (Pyxis Technologies) We apply the principles and they work.
Edison Lascano: (Ecuadorian Army Polytechnic School) Faculty member researching development methodologies to use and teach. Interested in research Scrum and XP
Rafael Lima: (Myfreecomm)
Harald Lochert: (Swisscom (Schweiz) A.G.)
Rob Giorgi: I fully embrace the values of the Agile Manifesto as an important step toward improving software development. I also fully embrace the values of the Manifesto for Software Craftsmanship (http://manifesto.softwarecraftsmanship.org/) as an even more important step towards software development as a true profession where software professionals are "doing it and helping others do it" better.
Field Searcy: (SB Technology, LLC) Agile development methodologies are the best way to bring applications to market quickly. This in turn allows stakeholders the ability to gather feedback from end users and bring them into the process of delivering the next generation of the application. At SB Technology, we use local project managers and architects along with offshore developers to deliver web applications at 25-50% less cost than other methods. Contact us to find out more about our successful techniques.
Yannik Darguesse: Le mouvement agile est en marche en région PACA.

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