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: 10 Mar to 12 Mar 2013
Clinton Billedeaux.
İlteriş MUTLU: I love this methodology. Because contract negotiation may not cover indispensable requirements. This situation makes the project useless.
Thomas Kuryura.
Marco Ehrentreich.
Nikhil Gupta.
Shane Ayerst.
hamedcse: (Sanay) I Support the Agile Manifesto!
Robert Clougherty: (SUNY--Empire State College)
Davor Tavčar: (Storitve Tavčar in partnerji d.n.o)
Peter Stomenhoff: (Oracle)
Lavanya Reddy.
Sean Storlie: I endorse the Agile Manifesto. ~SS
joseph.
Catalin Dragomir: (Independent Technology Researcher)
Jesley Sena: (SLB) When the management of development system is close to the real life, we can say that our process is agile, and nowadays we have this metodology.
Alex Tarasevich: (Taralex LLC)
Simon Bar : (umego)
Kip Russell.
Kathleen Dollard: (http://msmvps.com/blogs/kathleen/default.aspx) Years ago the agile manifesto put into words what I believed about the importance of people in software development. I didn't sign before today because I've seen the term agile used for techniques antithetical to empowering people. But as I start a new discussion on when techniques do and don't make sense, I want to be clear that these are the core principles for success - sustainable, growing and joyous humans in the wonderful business of creating software.
Gabriele Bonetti: (Politecnico Di Milano)
Tony Goncalves.
Arun Kumar Krishna.
Marcelo: (UOL)
Mirko Schmidt: (Iud24) I agree to these development experiences. The more we use big data resources, the more we need agile software concepts. This philosophy really enriches our future especially by mobile applications.
EL KATI Mouhssine.
Guglielmo Carandente: (Infocube)
Federico Bucchi: (http://www.federicobucchi.com)
Wilmar H. Hincapié Y..
Vincenzo Puzio: (Infocube)
pratyush giri: (extropy solutions)
Paul Stevenson: (Conform Compliance) From my perspective on the business side, as a customer, Agile is OUTSTANDING. I wandered into Agile after a six-month traditional roll-out of Cloud Technology based on Salesforce. At launch, we had hundreds of users drowned from drinking out of a fire hose. Over 120 requirements and not enough training on the subtleties of the data to make anything worthwhile. We pull most up by the roots and never looked back. Starting from a core that could have been ready in a month, we slow began to develop with a short release cycle. In a year, we were humming and blowing the doors off the competition! At Dreamforce, I learned we had adopted Agile Cloud Computing Strategy. Now, I'm dedicated to helping businesses adopt Agile. Driving adoption from the business side is critical to acceptance, as the Customer is very happy with short release cycles and adaptive planning that re-prioritizes to meet current challenges. Let's meet up in the conference room. I'll bring the suits, you bring the programmers.
Konrad Wroński: I support Agile!
Timothy B McCoy: (Canadian Union of Public Employees)
Michael Woods: (CTS, Inc) Based on market demand, we are providing Agile service offerings to our customers.
Tushar Paunikar.
Slobodan Kaludjerovic.
Arlo O'Keeffe: (http://arlol.github.com)
Lisa Sieverts: (Facilitated Change) As a long-time PMP, I heartily endorse the Agile Manifesto.
Dennis B Husmann: (DBH Group USA) To move technology forward at the required speed, we have to captain these activities, knowing that the team are professionals , on board with the task at hand. This must be complimented by flexible approach, partnering with Customer.
Tomas Hubrt.
Jason Sanchez.
Daniel Bachan.
Fredrik Ihle: (NetPower)
Mike Myers: (Insurance Auto Auctions, Inc.) An excellent philosophy to follow when creating complex or simple development.
Celia Blacu.
Bertrand Cornanguer: (Sogeti) In France, we have always been more flexible in project management than other countries ;) Theses concepts are the one we have to use for several kind of projects, not only developement. As an implementation of the manifesto, in the future, may be developping Agility in software integration could be useful and with also a part about testing.
Baruch Nissenbaum: (IBN Labs Ltd.) I have been writing software for about three dacades, preferring simple working code over excessive specification. The agile manifest is important as it gives a formal name to doing things simply and intuitively.
JEANNE ESTELLE THEBAULT: (Thebault Dagher Services Conseils)
Olajide Adefuye: Agile software development is a better way of developing software than plan driven development,though plan driven development methodology is good, Agile focus on more better way to deliver software.
Arnaud Lamotte: (Red Badger) I have come to value: Agile methodolgies over Waterfall methodologies. That is, while there is value in the items on the right when the complexity is low, I value the items on the left more when the complexity is high.

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