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: 09 Mar to 19 Mar 2011
JD George: (ACGI)
Lim Kian Yong: Valuing individuals and interaction, working software, customer collaboration and responding to change has definitely helped in making a successful project while improving a developer's life.
Lukas Koster: (Library of the University of Amsterdam) In the constantly changing online library and information world it is vital that we respond to new demands and circumstances and adapt our methods of access to that information in an appropriate and continuous manner
Susan: Do work faster.. Customer Deal!!! Great Agile!!!
Sven Winkler: Great principles. Feeling myself grounded, settled and embodied in these principles.
vincenzo turco: I thoroughly agree with and support the Agile manifesto. Thanks, regards Vincenzo Turco
Noam Gonen: (http://noamgonen.com) Having been part of projects where the true goal (engineering a functional software machinery) was being missed and given in to over zealous documentation, certifications & procedures I strongly support this manifesto. Thank you for putting it forth.
Torsten Krohn: (Townster) Software is to serve people and to ease their life. Developing is to keep that in mind.
Arpad Kiss: (BOSCH Hungary) As my grandfather teached me: Littte things makes perfection, but perfection is NOT a little thing... Agile Manifesto exactly describes my way of working.
Mesfin Gabreselassie: (Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy) In my sixteen years of software development I was looking and searching for a software development methodology that embraces instead of fights change in requirements. My only thought is that why did it take thirty decade for the software industry to come to terms with change.
Rafael De La Rosa: (PM 360)
John Stevens: I became a CSM almost 4 years ago and would never go back to using Waterfall for software development projects.
Yev Bronshteyn.
Tchie Tao: (Aegis Information Systems)
Michel Lent Schwartzman: (.Mobi)
Adriano Roberto de Lima: (http://www.arlima.com.br)
Dan Brake: (EMSAT Corporation) After using Agile development techniques for the past 5 years of a 15 year IT career I can not imagine going back. Agile is faster, produces better software and is more fun.
Márcio Gomes: (Cyber Two Interactive) I like the philosopy of the Agile manifesto, show!
Artem Lutov: (Private Entrepreneur) We can follow one or another methodology that very depends on concrete project and customer, but Agile principles are common and it's values outline core of effective cooperation and successful projects management.
Saravanan Periyasamy: (BSKYB) It's all about behavioural change. It changed me a lot in the last 5 years. People debating me " How will it work" now following me after seen the proven result
Patrick Cisco, CSM: (VersionOne, Inc.) Agile Made Easier
michael overstreet.
Roberto Sepúlveda.
Victoria Lopatinska: Be Agile, be faster!!!
Luca Guardamani: (Esprinet)
David Harrington: (Velocity Systems Limited) It is the only sane way to proceed if you actually want to get something delivered.
Hugo Lourenço.
Yohanes H Parulian: (ID Software Society) excellent & works for us
Marcelo Schuch Pereira.
Maria: (Fahashi.com)
Arvil Agomaa.
Andrea Di Guardo: (Informatica ambientale) I appreciate the Manifesto considerations and I think they are the only way of working in a continuosly changing environment.
Tim Gregory: (Careers24 - Jobs in South Africa) We support the principles of the Agile Manifesto through our deep integration of our development team into our job board product development
Sugandha Singhal.
Fabio Aluisi: (IT pro in Veracruz, Mexico) When i discovered the Agile Manifest, i discovered my thoughts shared by thousands of people. I strongly agree with this philosophy, hoping to help building a better (software) world
felipe salazar.
Vincenzo Capuano.
Mithun Oorath.
The Dread Pirate Crom: (http://theagilepirate.net) I first read and agreed with the manifesto many years ago having been introduced to it by an elder sibling. I had concerns that on face-value it was too easy to misinterpret and highly developer-centric. I believe this challenge still exists as software is a means to an end in delivering business value but greater global acceptance, understanding and the hard work of agile executive coaches are getting the point across. Having worked hard to achieve an agile culture in multiple teams and organizations over the years I finally feel qualified to sign up.
Abhijeet Selukar: (http://www.implementscrum.com) As a scrum practitioner and firm believer in agile and lean practices, I embrace and support this manifesto.
David Greggs: (IBM/Rational) I support Agile development during all engagements with customers, espousing its simplicity and full functionality.
Sandeep: (TIBCO) Go Agile!!!
Doug Depew: (Logic D Consulting) Agile adoption takes time for most companies. If you are the individual leading the Agile transmogrification of an entity, STAY THE COURSE! Do not get derailed by the day to day resistance. And most importantly....HAVE FUN doing it! Watching change for the better is very rewarding. Lastly, display the Agile Manifesto for all to see. It's a good constant reminder.
Rui Macedo: Winning through Simplicity
Prashant Musale: Agile Project Management equips Project Teams and Project Managers to respond to ever changing business environment in a manner which reduces waste and focuses teams on delivering things which are business critical and are of value.
James Findlay: As the CTO for my organisation it is critical that we deliver responsive change to the businesses and the users we serve. Agile is the way forward.
Daniel Jeremias Mello: (Banco Itaú Unibanco) Agile is better than cowboy methods. Agile is the best method when the primary constraint is time. Agile is the best method when you are looking for time to market.
Jordan Borsheim.
Randy Koster.
Steve Kelly: I have never seen so startling a list of values that make such complete sense especially in emergent markets.

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