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: 20 Jun to 04 Jul 2014
John Oyhagaray: I have worked on a number of very complex software development projects over the past 15 years via the classic waterfall methodology developed by Dr. Harold Kertzner. I have also done several application development projects via Agile and it truly is a better methodology. We should all be grateful for the founders who helped make Agile a reality for all of us.
Kenneth Hargett: I have practiced the principles of agile software development since the end of the 90's,and there is no doubt in my mind that there is no better way to create a trusting, fruitful and lasting relationship between IT development and business organisations. Common goals, priorities and understanding, close cooperation and constant delivery of valuble results are the key to success.
Tommaso Torelli: (KLA-Tencor Corp.)
Carlos Ponce: (Developer)
Rogard Ross: (Allegis Group)
Hajnalka Tanczos.
Benjamin Haos: (none)
Clayton Allen: (http://AskClayton.com)
Miles Gillham: (MoshGosh) I support any framework that promotes fine-grained, incremental publishing of useful, usable outputs that progressively and sustainably build collaboratively upon others.
Daniel: (posicionamientoweb.pro)
Dan: (posicionamientoweb.pro)
Josue Berlanga: (Walmart eCommerce Mexico) Project Manager in Mexico eCommerce
Hussein Kaddoura.
Miguel Gonzalez: (Gamesys)
Dave Speck: (Independent)
Alexander Merritt: Agile & beyond
Seema Binaykia: agile methodology gets teams to take individual responsibilities.
Kenneth Marsh.
Orven E. Llantos.
Filippo Indaco: (AIDA Software LTD) In recent years I have changed the approach in software development, moving from the classical waterfall methodology to Agile development: There is no better way to create solutions that effectively respond to customer needs and to establish a relationship with this active, proactive and long lasting.
Michael Levin: (BusinessGhost, Inc.) I support the Agile Manifesto and so does my organization.
Antony Romo: (Accenture) I have practiced Agile development for years. I have experienced the benefits in multiple projects as compared to other existing approaches and methodologies.
Umesh Tambi: (Bank of America)
Stefan Baumert.
Francesco Ori.
Casey Barton: (Eyefinity, Inc.)
Manohar Dondlapally.
Tiago Katcipis: (http://https://github.com/katcipis)
Michael Ray Hawkins: Responding to change is a very key element to this. Agile is a proven methodology.
Michael Zambiasi.
Winifred Cadap: It's nice to know that experts in Software Development industry pull their resources and share their collective knowledge to bring a better and more scientific way of software craftsmanship.
Michael Dotzer: (http://https://www.xing.com/profile/Michael_Dotzer)
Steven Trenerry: Having witnessed the mistakes of the past, looking forward to the future...
David Byrne.
Dennis Rodriguez: Change is a constant in our lives, so get the feedback as soon as possible, inspect and adapt to improve in the next sprint. This Agile methodology is becoming a passion!.
Diego Andres Montoya Blandon: (NETHA Soluciones IT)
Khwaja Moinuddin: Agile Methodology (with its origins in Lean) would help tremendously if adopted and implemented properly in any organization. All continuous improvement methodologies (including Agile) should be implemented in the right spirit and not as a publicity gimmick. Implementation of these methodologies should be done by practitioners who have truly understood them (and have dirtied theirs hands with it for several years) and not by imposters!
Yule Guttenbeil: (Lobal Technologies) I have worked as a manager and IT/IP lawyer for many software development companies> The Agile methodology works because it allows for constant improvement at every step of the process, not only in the resulting software but in the interactions between individuals involved.
Paresh Ranwadkar: ( Barclays Bank)
TBB-IT: (TBB-IT)
Gökhan Barış Aker.
Peter Jahans.
Sujatha Krishnakumar: I have started learning Agile in the last few months - it has been a very enlightening expereince to understand how Agile promotes intense team collaboration to deliver shippable components in short duration. Change requests have always been a pain point in Waterfall model - Agile helps overcome this hurdle.
Jim Fox: (e2e cyber) I have used both waterfall and agile development methodologies over many years and can attest to the considerable effectiveness of agile in practice.
Luis Cid: (Aureatic SLL)
ramu guntur.
Duncan Smith: (Skyscanner) A timeless set of values and principles that will help many software development teams create better software.
Peng Cheng: (OF Workshop)
Franjo Markovic: (EDOCS LLC)
Dominic Mason.

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