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: 13 Mar to 24 Mar 2012
Oshri Cohen: (Nuvo I.T) I support the Agile Manifesto and have been using it for as long as i can remember. There is a reason why "I.T guys" are not trusted in nearly every industry. Many programmers do not adhere to industry standards or any form of ethical development. By following the Agile Manifesto, we can introduce much needed quality and respect back to our craft.
Luca Bastos: (http://www.lucabastos.com.br)
Abhishek Prasoon: (http://www.abhishekprasoon.com) I support these values and will follow it.
Sergio Martín Sánchez: (outofboxinsideworld) Full agree :-)
Jorge Marizan.
Kwaku Ampomah.
Lucy Sofiano: (IRIS Exchequer) At IRIS Exchequer we support the Agile manifesto
Alan: (Plug Plants) This manifesto provides software development teams with a free and open environment to develop software. I'm completely behind it.
Hans Svane: (Globalnexo) Ser una empresa de desarrollo Agil es la diferencia entre seguir siendo parte del pasado o saltar de lleno al futuro.
Miroslav Navrátil: (BINTA s.r.o.)
Kevin Obee.
Sridhar Peddisetty: (http://sridharpeddisetty.blogspot.com/) I have been following Agile principles & values since 2006. Using which, I have created a global delivery framework, which provides a consistent delivery framework while delivering quality services to end customer
Jinesh Parekh: (Idyllic Software) More we do agile, more we live agile. Its the most amazing thing to have happened to software development process and if thought harder, it can manage your life.
Scott Raley.
Kerem Demrier: (PlusCanvas)
James Cai: (ITG)
Mashal: (UKM)
Subahan Tondaladinne: (Satyam)
Rafael Souza e Silva.
Bernd Rabe: (http://www.berndrabe.de)
David First.
Helen_Huang.
Sean Wilkins: (Accelian)
Kymberly Bartlo: I've been working in an Agile environment for two years and find that is more productive, more honest, and has more integrity than traditional project methodology. Rather than having the various roles of a project battling against one another (developer vs. QA vs. PM vs. Business), it promotes a team with the common end goal of a product for everyone's benefit.
Andrea: (Quidgest SA)
Bryant Nguyen: Both the development team and the users benefit from following agile principles.
Talal Alsadi: (C4 Advanced Solutions) You have my endorsement
Sebastian Ramirez: (Pfizer) I review the agile manifesto and I feel that is a big progress to Software Engineering because it defines easily and consistency how should be the Agile Software Process.
Caliel Costa: (KO-IT)
Rastislav Roďom: (RARCON, s.r.o.)
Marco Veliz: I've worked around IT for a dozen years. First in it and then as a liaison between business and IT. I learned mostly by means of adaptive processes. I agree that customer-centric simplification of processes is a great approach.
Leandro Facchinetti: (http://leafac.com) I use Agile Methodologies to build web apps both at work and on side projects. It's been great so far!
Arturo Perez: (Capella University)
Ali Shahrazad: (Saltbox) We live and breath agile.
Arthur Ahimbisibwe : (Victoria University of Wellington) I truelly endorse and strongly believe in the Agile manifesto.
Melissa: (Ordoro) Ordoro is a web-based order management, purchasing management & inventory management resource.
Michael Jaworski.
Cleomar Barros de Oliveira Júnior.
James Hughes: (http://yobriefca.se) Doings things right, learning and having fun while doing it. Bring it. Also I wonder why I've never signed this before.
sreenivas nukala (vas): Though I have recently been aware of agile manifesto, I unconsciously applied/used these principles while developing software/services for quite some time. As manifesto clearly states, "value" is the one that clearly determines the extent and combination of left and right.
Su Yi: That is, while there is value in the items on the right, we value the items on the left more.
Paul Prinke: (OpsTel Services) We have been using the methods of Agile for some time. Not only has it provided us methodology that is solid, but our customers appreciate the interaction. Agile is the way to go.
Matt Jackson: (GameStop) I'm a business owner of analytics, and our development team has introduced Agile to our workstreams. We're half into my first project using the Agile methods, and it's fundamentally changed how I see and trust development projects.
Tom Pan: I agree, support and love the Agile Manifesto!
Jason Watts: (Nogginjog)
Pablo Requejo Castro.
Justin Love: (Limbic Media)
Alejandro Rodas: (Universidad de Sevilla) Waterfall model is obsolete: It is impossible to gather all the requirements at the beginning of a project. Long life to Agile software development.
Jeremiah Stover: (Ebenezer Technologies LLC) We are working hard at growing into the concepts put forward by the agile manifesto, only our customers truly know how well we are doing and how far we have yet to go.
Alexandre Moura Reis: (http://alexmreis.com) This made a lot of sense in 2001, and still makes sense in 2012. Life is too short to build software no one will ever use or enjoy using. I believe I had already signed the manifesto in 2005, but can't seem to find my name on the list, so signing again.

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