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: 22 Apr to 04 May 2012
Frank Vanderhallen.
Timo Ziegler: (BRICKMAKERS GmbH)
George Palmer.
Tony Kipperman.
Ramprasad Thirumalai.
Sam Streater.
Marc de Montigny.
Ken Reigle.
John Deters.
Rodrigo Bezerra de Vasconcelos: (INHALT Soluções em Informática LTDA)
Ítalo Gustavo Araújo.
Sarabjit Singh Bakshi : i support this manifesto.
Wen Chen: (Aimia Inc.) I am an evangelist for systematic software reuse and agile development methodology.
Jeffery David Campbell: (Scrumbeers) I firmly believe that Agile is the way all business will be done in the future, not just software. Scrumbeers is a volunteer group dedicated to the advancement of Agile principles.
Sebastian: (George Gina Lucy Taschen) Signed.
Giuseppe: (Annunci italia)
Purushothaman V: (NCR Corporation (I) Pvt Ltd)
Vener Guevarra.
Thierry Ventadour: (inspearit) Yes we can!
Tony Piazza.
Jaleh Partovi.
Guillermo De La Rosa: Eventually this will help to create a better world so please count with my support.
Steve Humburg: (Acryness) I work in an agile/scrum environment. I can tell you that it works to not only provide quality software to the customer, but to also give the developer a sense of determination and ownership.
Claudio Vicari: I'd like these principles to be applied more... it's the only way I see to enforce good product delivery, and I see too many persons trying to ignore these facts.
Derek Sutherland: Results over rigidity. Empowerment over role specificity. Agile is a powerful paradigm shift, that when adopted as a philosophy, changes environments.
Rob Peregoodoff: (University of British Columbia) Traditional project management doctrine as applied to software (and many other IT related activities) holds dear one prime directive; do not fail...this forever limits the customer to receive ill-conceived and irrelevant products that will be doomed to failure by lack of adoption....
Rigoberto Sáenz Imbacuán: ( Ingeniero de Sistemas - Universidad Nacional de Colombia - Bogotá Colombia
Ben Holbrook: (Nucleus)
Labs64 - Innovations delivered: (lmBox) We practice. We believe. We support.
Graham Bremner.
Bayram Üçüncü: ( Principled Coder
Prasad Madhavan.
Eiichiro Ogura: Agile manifesto reminds me of the heart of software development. What we have to do is satisfying the customers with valuable software.
Stephen Howells: (Moscow First Ltd) The manifesto principles have held true for the last 10 years and arguably were true even before this! In practice it is far too easy to overcomplicate software development. As a consultant who works with many clients to turnaround failing or inefficient software development teams I use the manifesto to set the scene and act as a regular measure that questions our progress. SCRUM is my tool of choice, however, the manifesto gives a higher level of assessment and in particular a key measure of how we should behave to make projects successful.
Karin Nauth-Shelley: (Belatrix Software Factory)
Gabe McArthur.
Dominiek Hots.
Alessio Cicioni: Agile rules!!
Imad Hussein: (Progressoft) Agile represents the human nature of communication, and it is the representation of reality in software development life cycle. I support Agile Manifesto.
sachin arya: (NDS)
Oleksandr Shcherbina.
Pradeep Palanisamy.
Valentin IONITA: (Cegeka)
Marcos Gonçalves.
Javier Rubio: (
Siby V Kurian: (Seagate Technology)
Andrew.Palmer: (
Brian Augsburger: (CaseClose)
Harendra Patel: (CloudZon Infosoft)
Rod Reiswig.

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