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: 15 Apr to 24 Apr 2013
Ricky Rickard.
James Withers: (Audere Commerce Limited)
Evan Dorn: (Logical Reality Design, Inc.) Agile is at the core of what we do. It is, in our experience, the only way to create great software reliably.
Ashley Hancock: (self)
Luca De Angelis: ( I deeply respect the Agile Manifesto because in its simplicity it embodies the best practices to realize modern products.
Michael Ehlert.
Artie Leary.
David Zolli.
Eytan Anjel: Agile is why I started loving software engineering!
Matthew Wegrzyn : (Australian Communications and Media Authority)
Jose de la Fuente Vilar: A fascinating re-evolution. Empower human collaboration as a central core of sw development.
Onur Karabulut: (T2 Yazılım)
Godluck P. Akyoo: (Cityweb Technologies) This is really the way to get the best software product and customer satisfaction.
Rodrigo Cavalcante Oliveira.
Lisa Branson.
Maruthachalam Somasundaram: (Hewlett Packard)
Alexander Drobinsky: (SAP)
Stanislav Semenov: (Ainstainer Software Development Teams) CEO at Ainstainer SDT. We are Agile minded company from A to Z!
Sudeep Kshirsagar: (RBS)
Harish Agrawal: ( Agile is by far the best methodology for developing small projects to large and complex products. I have been using combination of Scrum and XP for Product development and its been the best thing that has happened to me.
Zhiyi Hong: Support
Nikki Garg: (Icreon Tech) Icreon Tech is an IT consulting and software solutions firm based in New York City.
Tomasz Gajek: I've been practising both Waterfall and Agile methodologies when delivering software and I am positive Agile is the way to go. No other approach is that close to reflect the nature of software development - creative and innovative activity that is meant to translate often vague and frequently changing customer requirements into a useful and sophisticated solution that will satisfy this customer
Christian Ruiz.
Johannes Kast.
Konstantin Pogorelov.
Daniel Rozo: (Hipertextual)
Marcos Paulo: (Slipmp) I am really support the Agile Manifesto, Thanks to share this knowledge!
Neeraj Bachani: (Freelance Agile Trainer)
ERIC R JONES: As a ex-developer who now leads Agile teams, I can think of no other way to run my team(s) then in an Agile manner. It's best for the team and best for the customer at large.
Omar Mahmoud: (Enterprise Solutions Services) I endorse the concepts, methods, and movement.
Ben Dewis.
Roumiana ILIEVA: (TU-Sofia) Sustainable Agility through Mass Customization, Flexible Requirements and Performance Management in Intelligent Environments
Ryan Gallaher: (
Ivan Boyko: ( Continuous evolution!
Simon Heger.
Gallotti Stefano: (ING Direct Italy)
Patong: (Patong Hotels) i support this manifesto.
Shinzo SAITO: (Sarva)
MyIE9: (MyIE9 Browser) We must remember the Agile Manifesto, not the scrum or some actions. Because that's the goal, scrum and so so is the tool. Practice must be done with the project reallity to achieve the goal: Agile Manifesto. Don't get missed. Remember Agile Manifesto.
Gerry Baird: After more than a decade of trying and failing to effectively meet market needs by delivering software using waterfall methods, I discovered agile and am finally starting to experience the success I wish I had experienced all along. Simply put, agile is a better way to develop software.
Marta Chromy: I'm a PM engaged in the plant engineering and construction sector, without any experience in software developement.. but I have to say bravo- it really works! At least in our branch! :-)
Junior Venturin Daniel: (Via Interativa)
John McEntire: (McEntire and Associates) My appreciation and study of Agile began in 2001 and continue to this day! During that journey I've been able to work with companies as Agile as ThoughtWorks and for others calling themselves agile and yet unable to embrace the most basic change. While I may be restrained at times from utilizing all the practices, no one can prevent me from constantly striving to embrace and promote the principles. Thank you so much to all the founders and contributors who have done so much to provide guidance and enjoyment to my career.
David A. Ward: (CAPmation Inc.) I have consulted at few different companies using Agile/Scrum methodologies... it simply works and works well! I encourage the use of the process within any software organization.
Paul Armstrong: (PPM (Pty) Ltd) Common sense rules ...
Deane Sloan.
Irfan: (IBM)

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