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: 02 Feb to 12 Feb 2013
Cheryl Court.
Gerrit Beine: (http://www.gerritbeine.com/) Of course, I support the Agile Manifesto!
Miguel Azuaje.
Mark Bonneville.
Christopher Raastad: (Fits.me) I <3 Agile! Before TDD + Agile I could barely code or write software. With the philosophy of Uncle Bob's Clean Code, Pivotal Tracker, collective code ownership, communicating with stake holders, and really being aggressive with TDD and BDD, I am confident in my software systems, development practices, and overall a happier more productive software craftsmen. Thanks!
Andrew Cardno: (http://www.andrewcardno.com) 15 years of agile it is an amazing process/way of life.
Julien T.: (TDM) Agility (ability and intent to adopt changes) is the key to any progress. Agile as an approach is an outside-in customer focused approach. I both endorse and pursue these principles.
T.M. Moniruzzaman: (bGlobalsourcing) I have been working in software development areas for more than 12 years and recently implemented Agile Methodology (about a year ago). I must say, Agile Methodology is the most innovative way to manage development structure in practice since I’m getting good response amongst the team and getting better performance in regard to the environment, effectiveness and efficiency. I love to follow continuously along with this path!
Josias Daniel Schneider.
Jagat N Kapoor: (TCS) I have seen Agile delivering the best possible results in large IT development programs.
Ramphis Castro.
Asbjørn Bakke.
Thanuja Pathiraja: Oh nice work.
Bryan Sun: Agile provides different approach and thinking to address many problems in traditional software development methodologies.
Nikita.
Janet.
Gilberto Villa.
Friedrick Schweitzer: (http://www.FriedrickSchweitzer.com) Develop simple software solutions work for the user!!
Greg McAvoy-Jensen: (Granite Horizon) There's no better way to have a satisfied customer and a vibrant team than Agile.
Kristen Southward.
Brian Harris.
Venkata Muralidhar Nallagonda: Agile practices approach is simple and these essential principles help to develop IT solutions faster, better and cheaper. These principles and practices need to be internalized and enhanced with organizational structures for better results. They can co-exist with overall software quality principles and other models and methodologies, to further the cause of facilitating business growth in organizations.
Amine Chigani: (GE Global Research)
Ketut: (Pondok Pundi Village Inn) Agile methodology: use at work. Love it.
John Gostomski.
Venkata Muralidhar Nallagonda: Agile practices approach is simple and these essential principles help to develop IT solutions faster, better and cheaper. These principles and practices need to be internalized and enhanced with organizational structures for better results. They can co-exist with overall software quality principles and other models and methodologies, to further the cause of facilitating business growth in organizations.
Eelco Rustenburg: (Blinklane) Living Agile rather than doing Agile. This movement has started something that I deeply recognize and value. It has helped me a lot in showing the right direction to numerous companies
Arno Tigges: (OPITZ CONSULTING Deutschland GmbH) Just being aware regularly of the manifesto and the 12 principles can turn software projects into a great success. This is real experience from life.
Ranjeet Jain: (Crest-Premedia)
Lee Stapleton: I support the manifesto and it's people-centric approach.
Mzwandile Mbatha.
Kutloisiso Mona: (BSG) Software development is an exciting activity. By following agile principles and values we can definitely develop quality software in a fun and fulfilling manner. Thus making a meaningful contribution to humanity.
Roman Nique: (STE Peru)
Müjdat Çiçek: (Telvin Teknoloji)
Anand: I Support the Agile Manifesto!
Tom Cuddy: (n-Link Corporation) Just the right way to delivery quality software.
Kasper Hirvikoski.
Jorge Pedraza.
Danny Kwok.
Steve: (Teaching That Makes Sense, Inc.) Not only have I grown in my work as a technologist through Agile principles but Agile has become a foundational element in the education reform work that I do around the country. Agile is a great software methodology. But it seems to have so many applications beyond software. It is a natural fit for education. And I've written about this and spoken about it several times with great success. I think the Manifesto, the Principles, and the greater Agile community have made, and will continue to make, extraordinary contributions to the world of work--and to the world itself.
Gary Snow-Brine.
Ark.
David L. SCott.
Jorge Antonio Díaz-Benito Soriano: (http://www.facebook.com/Mangarinos) As a software engineer, I am very concerned with software development processes and trends. I have a deep experience with RUP, which I think represents all the opposite to the Agile Manifesto, and I just can find advantages in the Manifesto. So, I'm signing the manifesto in order to manifest my support to its ideas.
Santosh Singh: (Mechtronics Systems Pvt. Ltd.) Change management, time lines, client's involvement, continuous deliverable are the core issues for best performance of the team and Agile is the best and simplest to achieve all these.
Martin Schulze: (DB Systel)
Salah Musa: (OCI Inc.) I have been practicing the principles of Agile methodology in Software development and project management for most of my career. Even before a name was put to the practice. I wholeheartedly endorse it. Having said that, it is often best to combine with the waterfall approach in very large projects. I have always done that with excellent results.
Andrita Vlad.
John Stirton: (John Stirton) We have been using Agile-like policies to assist in the maintenance of various aspects of kitchen and office tasks. To say that they have been effective would be an understatement.
Justin Chapman: (http://www.haigavenue.com) I am an advocate of thinking that supports continuous self improvement. Scrum has enabled me to participate in large-scale projects that get demonstrable results with increased visibility and reduced team churn to produce quality work.

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