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.


Signatures Received: 07 Jul to 17 Jul 2011
Marian Mota: (
Kacey Crowley: (Ducendi, LLC)
Alexander Nikolayev: I was following these principles for 20 years. This is the RIGHT WAY!
Doralin Duta.
Brett Shelley.
Peter Sellars: (Solnet Solutions) Adhering to the manifesto encourages the values and principles teams require for them to become high performing delivery teams with outstanding value propositions.
Alvaro Gonzalez de Paz: (Logica)
Kevin Stancavage: (
Paul Heidema: (Berteig Consulting Inc.) The Agile Manifesto helps individuals, teams, and organizations focus on the people instead of the steps. It allows for the opening of one's mind to a more coherent way of thinking about life.
Gabriel Bolinas.
Oluwole Okeowo.
Kelly Anderson: (Perceptive Informatics)
Andrea Pavoni: (
Nur Duygun: (
John Kim: (HHSOS) We at HHSOS support the Agile Manifesto and the principles there within. We practice a mixture of Scrum, Extreme Programming, and Feature Driven Development methodologies.
Pam Dummitt: I fully support the principles of Agile, believing as I do that they promote synergy-an intangible, but highly-desirable aspect of collaboration.
Adam Veldhousen: (Neumont University) I've used many agile methodologies such as neo-waterfall and XP. I've never been so productive before in my career.
Shabbir Ahmad.
Steve Barnes: (Gio Goi) I have been developing software for over 5 years now and I have always been a strong believer in agile software development, so I'm very happy to support this.
Paul Coddington: (Pink Axolotl)
Claire Milo: (House Siding ) The Agile Manifesto has my sincere support. That background Idea - one of a kind.
Bíró Tamás: ( I am a scrum coach, scrum trainer and a fanatic agilist in Hungary.
Dr.Ronald W. Manning: (Contractor) As a Doctorate of Business Administration in Applied Computer Science, Specializing in Project Managment I support the use of Agile in it's many forms.
Rodolfo Guidi: (OnCast ) Understanding and emphasizing the importance of Agile Methodologies, specially Agile Manifesto, I would like to congratulate and sign this important mark that is revolutionizing the Software Development Industry.
yikichang: (personal) agree
Antoni Baranski.
Nayaka Sreenivasulu.
Jim Harvey: As a computer professional who has worked in the software industry from the early 1970's (the days of punched cards and paper tape) I have seen very many changes. I believe that emergence of Agile Software development is one of the most significant.
Ivan Moiseev: (X5)
Fabio Arrigoni.
Steve Calvert: (Cloud Sherpas) A manifesto for the new age of business software development, in the cloud! Glad to be part of this new start for developers.
Jared Scarbrough: (Blackbaud, Inc.)
Alexander Montaña: I agree with the application of this manifesto for agile software development.
Kaylan Malm: The Agile Manifesto lays the groundwork for success when used correctly by teams. I am proud to be a supporter!
Maris Krivtezs.
Sreelekha Ramidi.
Kimanh Moreau: (GreenRubino)
Michael Yockey.
Guillermo Castillo: (Sensa Control Digital)
Leandro Ostera: (The Ostera Group)
Lexter Gaines: (Today's Technology Consulting) My product development team has experienced increases in productivity, as the team shares best practices for development and deployment of Agile Software.
Paul Duncan: (CIDC) It works to improve processes, people and product!
Nathan Levy: (Mikdash) I am not a software developer. As a manager I am inspired by the Agile Manifesto. Congratulations.
Heather: (Pilates in Highlands Ranch)
Vladimir Tarasoff: (n/a)
Martin Smith: (Red Caesar Ltd)
Sandesh Sharanappa: (The Fizzback Group)
Max Pucher: (ISIS Papyrus Software) I see Agile and Scrum as the future of how skilled people collaborate and innovate anywhere and not just in the domain of software development. Rather than rigidly encoded processes in flowcharts, it needs what I call 'Adaptive Process' or the subset ACM that empower people to collaborate freely and create the interaction as they see fit. Thanks for the visionary direction. Max
Juan Manuel Espinoza Minaya: (PMConsultant Spain)

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