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: 06 Dec to 17 Dec 2013
Mayank Goyal: I support the Agile Manifesto!
Sumanta Sarkar.
Rolando Linares: (XGRAHM) I agree and I'll practice this manifesto
Jon Alcartado: Relevant practice in dynamic business environments.
Asim Kazmi: (http://pk.linkedin.com/in/arkazmi) I have found Agile Manifesto as the absolute need of today's Software. We live in a day and age where smart devices are changing the landscape of modern computing, which is not possible without quickly turning in a software that not only complements the device but fulfils the need of users. I envision an age where softwares will be written to suit every single individual and that is only possible if we focus on what is the unique need of each and every one of them. Agile helps in making this dream a reality.
Tom Haepers: (TH Consulting) I support the Agile Manifesto, moreover, I like to evangelize it as best principles for software development to my customers and teams.
Daan Wagner: (http://ikbenagile.nl)
Jennifer Ellsworth: (http://www.linkedin.com/in/jenniferellsworth) Working to implement Agile at Unisun Software, LLC. in 2014. Decreasing technical debt with the outcome of celebrating individual success.
wilson campusano jorge: (wilcage) Ok.
Ricardo A Venegas Noriega: (Global Best Technology)
Rahul Jujarey: (Personal) I love agile and its flexibility in ensuring success of customer there by making me successfull. I hereby declare to follow this Manifesto for any of Software Development work I undertake.
Onur Sarıkaya: (http://blog.hackathonist.com)
Elijah Underhill: (http://www.linkedin.com/pub/elijah-underhill/2/492/9a4)
Henrik Rößler: (KON-CEPT Engineering GmbH) Clear, precise, and focussed - there's nothing more to be said.
hugues: (delf)
Ronan Flanagan: (Digital Skills Academy)
Jan Christoph Schrader.
Paulo Barciela.
Pirgit Adok.
Marc Aubry: (iWeb)
Dan Fox: (http://www.danfox.me) Agile is a brilliant tool to help deliver what the customer really wants
A. Eggenkemper.
Cruz Intxaurrondo.
Tiago Costa.
Abdullah Farhan Raufi: This kind of Software Development conforms mostly to the nature of human beings.. The way they act, interact and perceive the world. Recent developments show us, how important and omnipresent the values of Agile Manifiesto in our everyday life are!
Robert Theunissen: (Datametrics B.V. / Pty Ltd)
Simon West: (Villa Komea) Principals such as these are timeless, and relevant. Thanks for the passion behind them.
Hugo Moreno: (HCSC) In today's market, there is no room not to be agile. The ability to change as quickly as the market will give a company the competitive advantage. Embracing the ideas of the Agile Manifesto will give you that advantage.
Luis Eduardo Núñez de Cáceres Pérez: I Support the Agile Manifesto
Marcio Barcellos da Silva: Amen
Denise Canty: I 100% support the Agile Manifesto values.
Austin Ruf: Let the change, begin....
Jakub Piotrowski: I agree and i promise to practice Agile Manifesto!
Mikael Nygaard: (Rehfeld Partners) Being agile is the best way to continuous deliver value.
Alexander: (Continuum - Odessa, Ukraine) I believe that with help of Agile methodologies we'll be ably to make software more customers-friendly, so much more great software will be released on the market!
Lubomir Michalcak.
Shawn Gustaw.
Alex Zoghlin: (Hyatt Hotels) The key output of following the Core principles within the Agile manifesto is fundamentally alter the feedback cycle between the generation of an idea (perhaps a requirement or a design strategy) and the realization of that idea. This helps minimize the disconnect between straw-man requirements and actual customer needs / behavior with actual empirical data.
Steve Baker: (XECKO LLC)
Bujiang.
Leo Schweitzer: Amen!
Sameer Managoli: Productivity and Results over process and formalities!
Okay Onwuli: (MarketPlace Capital, LLC) A system that puts people over process and one that encourages collaboration from start to finish is truly the most viable way to deliver a quality working software that is acceptable to the end user.
Amit: (AxiomSL)
Hal Henningsmoen: (The 42nd Street Group Inc.) The Agile Manifesto describes the best approach to software development. This is particularly true for new product development where a large part of the project is about exploring the possibility space looking for the best opportunity.
Sean Yo: (http://seanyo.ca) The Agile Manifesto answers the question "What the simplest way to code in teams that would work?" Much like Ward Cunningham's famous question that created the wiki "What is the simplest database that would work?", these deceptively simple questions lead to profound and wise answers. The Agile Manifesto is a set of values that cares deeply about people - developers, designers, managers and customers. Using the Agile Manifesto in how you work will help you find the shortest path to delivering value.
David A Brown: I actively support values and principles of this manifesto.
Ralf Meelker: (Nashua B.V.) Humanising Digital Enterprise Transformation
Maarten Mercken.
Moran Lefler.

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