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 Jan to 19 Jan 2014
Sanatkumar Iyer.
Parikshit Basrur: (Art of Agility) In the words of Yoda, Jedi Master "Do or Do Not - there is no Try". I believe that the way forward is Agile, with a capital A. It is in our DNA, it is our karma to unschool our previous learning and adapt as human beings (and not doings) to solve wicked problems to make the world of work truly a joyous and a noble experience.
Frank Urquijo.
UHRIG Bertrand: (http://bertrand.uhrig.fr)
FruityLOGIC Design: (FruityLOGIC Design)
Wilson de Js Gallego Serna.
Kenitra Walker.
Esat Taha İBİŞ.
CHIRAG SHAH.
James Morrison: (WasabeMedia)
Antonio Jozzolino: (Ozz)
Patrick Ellis: (Michigan State College of Law)
Maximiliano Usich.
Maurizio Taverna: (Mylaensys,LLC) I endorse the development philosophy stated in the Agile Manifesto.
Teemu Uusitalo: (http://fi.linkedin.com/pub/teemu-uusitalo/a/aab/97a/) Agile manifesto is the key cornerstone for me to drive enterprise agility. Practice Agile Manifesto and it's values on everything I do .
Bart W Davy: (BDSolutions)
Frédéric ROLLIN: (sgss)
Marianne Monaghan.
Donald MacIver.
Jamie Wagner: (This by Them)
AUNG YE HTUT: (TA-TT)
Arnaud Lamouller-Bonaventure: (http://fr.linkedin.com/in/lamoullerbonaventure/) A firm believer in collaborative methods, I have worked in accordance with Agile values throughout my career. While trying to promote the Scrum method, I think that reading the manifesto regularly is very important to keep in mind sum and substance.
Paul Moffat.
Dwayne Stroman: (Agile House)
Jayaprakash Puttaswamy: I have been living agile values and internalized agile principles from almost 11 years now (since 2002) and it has not only enabled me do better software development, but has awakened the inner leader within me. Through agile way, I'm working actively on many social engineering experiments working the system for betterment of society I live in and had some greatest learnings from life. It is a wonderful thing to live the agile way! I suddenly realized that I have not signed this yet and here it is... my endorsement.
Dogukan Erenel: (Entrepreneur) I have reviewed the agile manifesto at agilemanifesto.org and verify that I am supporting agile manifesto. I find the underlying principles and philosophy to be very near to my own thinking and experiences.
Andrea Di Bella: (Inmatica) Increase the efficiency of the working groups through the development of individuals as a group will be definitely the key to success "Agile".
Alex Harding: (Runshaw College)
Marvin Pascual.
Ümit Gürbüz.
Stuart Crocker: (Microsoft) All of the decisions I make whether short, medium or long term are now and have for a while been based upon the Agile Manifesto - fantastic!
Walter Dolce: (http://https://twitter.com/WalterDolce) Fully agreed. Thank you for the good work done.
John Steel: (Steel Computers) This makes a lot of sense. This is something I will defiantly be thinking about going into my projects going forward. Thank you!
Nishant Lohakare.
Clement David: (SterWen Consulting) For more projects successes and happy users and customers
Matthias Frenzel: (Universität Stuttgart)
Iván Fernando Casanova: (Parquesoft)
Rizwan Tanoli.
Sylvia Brown: ((CO)3 Software Solutions, LLC)
Anthony J. Andrade Jr.: (Navigators Insurance) For me, Agile has been a cultural shift, in business software development, of the same magnitude as the shift from functional to object oriented programming. In both cases, you freed from worrying about details that others consider important to focus on the most critical elements.
Aurelien Beraud: I fully support the Agile Manifesto and its principles. Agile is the way forward if we want to create successful software with real value.
Peter Trembeczki: (Freelancer) I agree with every point of the manifesto. I work mainly on the user/client side of web design projects. Only reading about the agile method helped me come up with effective solutions that help my projects develop quicker.
Oscar Miras Ortiz: (HoundLine S.L.) I believe in this Agile Manifesto. Not only for developers, but also for customers that are aware on our will to make good software.
Mat Witts: (XP-IT)
Raul Natu.
Wael Nawara: (Horizon Studios) The agile approach is a total philosophy which invites adoption of a different paradigm in doing everything and not just the development process itself. It is a natural approach because it responds to change and values people rather than procedures, a working product rather than some description of the product and working with rather than against customers! But these simple principles require major organizational and managerial shifts in the way things are thought and done.
Kaleo Paderes: (ArdentMC) I support the Agile Manifesto.
Mboneni: (ThoughtWorks)
Thomas Bibb: (Exascale) Here at Exascale we follow the Lean Business Methodology meaning we operate in a agile way; giving us the ability to deliver new functionality, services and respond to change much faster than our competitors.
Samuel K. Obeng: Definitely the silver bullet in software engineering.

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