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: 14 Oct to 25 Oct 2010
A Anwer: (PBBI) I totally support this manifesto (as long as it is applied appropriately, it should deliver tremendous value)
sammeta Phani Kumar: (UHG) I support the Agile Manifesto
Manish Tammali: (UnitedHealth Group)
Gaspar Nagy: (http://gasparnagy.blogspot.com)
Ricardo Batista Miluzzi: (Miluzzi Assessoria)
Aaron Andrus.
Srinivas Vadrevu: Agile Manifesto and the 12 principles have helped me gain customer satisfaction in the many projects I have worked on. I have no hesitation signing my name on this.
Petr Kozelek: (http://blog.dbtracer.org) I find agile approach as highly efficient development methodology. It reduced the risk of failing projects. My experience is that software delivered with agile approach is not cheaper to develop but it is markedly better quality and the level of trust among our customers and developers is enormous.
Maurice van den Heuvel: (Sioux Embedded Systems B.V.)
Rob Elbourn: (Agile78 Solutions ltd) This changes the topography of traditional software methodology
Paul Tibbits, MD: (VA) We are implementing agile methods in organizational change management and information resource management at VA.
Mike Boucher: (http://www.linkedin.com/in/mikedsp)
Benoit Bergstorm: (mySkreen)
Pedro Gustavo Torres.
Tarun Arora: (Accenture) As part of 4 years of agile development i recognize how significant change is and how important it is to evolve with it!
Philippe CIEUTAT: (http://www.cieutat.eu)
nearlover: Be Agiler and Agiler.
Jim Cooper: (Tabdee Ltd)
Vladimir Fedoseev: (Smart Business) In the struggle for agile the main goal is understanding...
Greg Swearingen: (http://www.gergman.com) The Agile principles reflect what is needed to deliver superior software and keep a superior development team motivated. I have been practicing these same principles for the past 14 years to deliver high quality software with high customer satisfaction.
Michael Flynt: (Yale Univeristy)
Rodrigo neves Daroz.
Cary Millsap: (Method R Corporation) The Agile Manifesto is a pure, honest, direct, elegant expression the principles of software design and development in which I believe deeply. More than that, these words have become the cornerstone for creating efficiency advantages throughout my entire life.
Nicolas Duran.
Pekka Puljula: (http://www.puljula.net)
Marc Löffler: (http://blog.scrumphony.com)
Hannes Verlinde.
Orlando Méndez: I've been living up to the Agile manifesto for the last three years -at least. Indeed is the simplest and most effective way to deliver value to the customer,while allowing us to produce great software.
Bernhard Leisch: (BeKa Software) The agile approach is a bit like democracy. It is not perfect, but it is the best we have at the moment.
Robert Brutus: I highly support the Agile Manifesto. The core principal shows a true understanding and reality of Software Development. With Stakeholder participation and flexibility of team members to welcome changes and work toward providing working software, the ultimate benefactor is always going to be the end user and the bottom line of a successful company. I also enjoy the absence of shocks that usually accompanies last minute surprises. Everyone is on the same page.
Sanjay Pulapotta: I totally support with this
Lee Robinson Petzer: (Global Consulting Services, Chile)
Márcio Emílio Cruz Vono de Azevedo: (TM Tecnologia da Informação Ltda.)
Frederic Tais.
Prasad Gupte: (http://www.prasadgupte.com)
Amit Kumar: (Grundfos Pumps India Pvt. Ltd.)
Lucian.
Jack Jones: (http://www.navocity.com) I have experienced several different ways and means of developing software. The approaches espoused by the agile manifest are by far what works best. While there will always be discussions (and arguments!) about what specific practices and tools work best, the principles that the agile manifesto gives us are the foundation for the best available process in any situation.
Oliver Fajardo: I Support the Agile Manifesto!
David North.
Maciej Kamiński: (Lexis Nexis)
Foyzul Karim.
Emmanuel Bouton.
Gaurav Saini.
Marc Lainez: Everything in this manifesto reflects what I believe to be good practices for software development, and I'm willing to make that my philosophy for the years to come.
Michael Brandt: Following an agile process is the most effective way to learn. Learn about software engineering and learn about the domain.
RAGHAVENDRA: (MINDLANCE) Implementation of agile for our product has added mre business value to win over competitors. Interestingly, attrition is reduced due to employee satisfaction.
Le Yang: (SAS institute Inc.)
Timm Elrod: Just as in lean manufacturing and supply chain, small frequent batches combined with close and frequent customer interaction by far outperforms any other methodology I have experience in my 20+ years. Thank you for articulating this concept for software.
Daniel Conde Garcia.

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