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: 19 Sep to 29 Sep 2014
Sergey Mashkov: For me, first of all it is a mindset. Mindset of people who want and can do great things. If you want to develop - at some point you will realise yourself staying here.
Fábio Gomes da Silva: (Innersoft Consultoria) Is the best framework!
Konrad Fischer.
Ramsay Ashby.
Christopher Bentley.
Kaniska Padhi: (CDAC)
Bode Fuwa: (Rawneed Inc.)
Dr Peter J Morales: (NYU) Agile principles, based on their Lean origins, have so many applications beyond software development. They are at the core of innovation...
Elden Armbrust: I believe that truly following the principles laid forth in this manifesto is a keystone in the delivery of quality software from a team of skilled individuals working in phase.
Gab Amba.
Tushar Paunikar.
Thendo Nekhavhambe: (MTN)
Anthony Oden: (International Servant Leaders) In everything I do and help others do, is to think incrementally and to deliver value, everyday in every way, one team at a time. Thank you for this way of life!
Stefan Mersmann.
Marcos: ( Thank you for the Agile methodology that in my opinion shows to be more usefull to develope software projects in time, with less errors and more quality. I trust this metodology
Frederik Vannieuwenhuyse.
Eduardo Galeano.
陈颜烁: (汇购科技)
Nades Nadeswaran: I support the Agile Manifesto !!
Indika Maligaspe: (Rezgateway Inc.) I have been involved in Software Development since 1998. In the last 3 years we have moved into Agile Development practices. I can clearly vouch that Agile works, and Agile Delivers. I hold true to the Agile Manifesto and will advocate anyone to use Agile Development practices.
Jim Robson: (Software Engineer)
Louis N Kolivas: (Wipro Scrum Master) The Scrum Methodology of Agile software development marks a dramatic departure from waterfall management. Scrum and other Agile processes were inspired by its shortcomings. Scrum Methodology emphasizes communication and collaboration, functioning software, and the flexibility to adapt to emerging business realities — all attributes that suffer in the rigidly ordered waterfall paradigm. I support the Agile Manifesto!
Victor Roig Martinez (UK): If you like team work and want to make everyone count... Agile is your way forward.
Francisco Carvajal.
Martin Wolf: (ft consult AG)
Kenzo Okamura.
Gauravendra Singh: Wholeheartedly aligned.Clearly articulates what all Software development should be about.
Fran Hernandez: (Respect S.A)
Henry Darragh: (Accenture) Long live the Manifesto!
Samir Joglekar: ( What an amazing way to develop software! Simple processes, easy to use tools and quick sprint cycles, all adding to better quality of software and resulting in continuous improvement. I strongly support the Agile Manifesto!
Norma P Nunez.
Regis G Bernardi: (CI&T Software)
Naisa Ropa de Trabajo: (Naisa) All my support to the agile software development manifesto
Paulo Lomanto.
Matias Dumrauf: (Agora)
Andre Schmidt.
Chani Macauley: (ToTheDots)
Andrew Nelson: ( I endorse the Agile Manifesto!
Bhupen Desai: I support Agile Manifesto. Deliver Speedily and with Good Quality.
Erik Minty: (Bootstrap Agile) The Manifesto is an ideal to which we must constantly strive - but achieving this in practice is challenging. Only by constantly holding up that ideal can we continue to make this dream a reality, for the benefit of all.
Nora Bereczkei: (Zorg Solutions)
Snehal Dave.
Heytham AlShayeb.
.susan Kraft-Yorke Assignee-only: (Kraft Consulting) I endorse and support Agile Manifesto. R&D life is smoother and more realistic. The engineering team members have a healthier attitude and deliver better software. Asking engineers to accept a best guess due date and difficulty level is the biggest learning curve, but pays huge royalties, once it's understood.
Eleazar Molina: Engineer Systems Student and Application Developer
Radosław Szalski.
Chinmay Shah: I have experienced how Agile helps in developing software in much efficient way. I support and advocate Agile!
Jonathan Stevens.

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