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: 03 Jul to 17 Jul 2015
Dory Weiss.
Silvana Pulicari.
Sergey Drobyshevsky: (PUSHkaApp)
Douglas Smith: (Umacher Professional Services)
Rafael Sanchez Alfonso: (NEORIS)
Adolfo Zamora.
Petter Mattsson: (CGI, Sweden) To me this is LOGIC! How can it not be? The most important values you add to your organization by following these guidelines are motivation and inspiration. By having a motivated and inspired team all other stuff that matters to deliver successful projects comes along. The ball and chain are replaced by freedom of creativity and reliable release decisions. The illogical processes are replaced by logical work. We know WHEN we deliver our code and the code is by then actually WORKING. I thank this approach for making me extremely motivated and inspired! /Petter
Mark Tiedemann.
Alex Ursa: (Betfair)
Christian Mika: I am on my journey to agile software development since 7 years. I love it a little more every day and love learning something new on a daily basis as well. I adore the fantasy and in depth understanding of the authors.
Thanh Bon: (VNPT)
Emilie Lavelle: (Teach First)
David Wayrynen: (VC Technologies Inc)
moses akinyele.
Ludovic Havel: (Surycat) Agile has been changing the way I planned to create my startup. Together with design thinking principles I believe we can reach new heights!
Zubby Akaaba: I practice and preach the Agile Manifesto. It's the foundation for any agile practice.
Abhilash Nair: Used agile in my previous company and looking to harbour agility within my current. Def stand by it!
Rome Williams: I endorse and agree with the tenets of the Agile Manifesto and Principles of Agile Software as defined.
Sheng-Chieh Liu: I support the Agile principles and I have endeavored to bring them to every software project I am involved in. Software is useless unless it can satisfy the customers. Agile methodology is the best way to bring the Business and IT together and to achieve the highest quality. I will always keep an open to changes and embrace it. I believe agile will grow with every step of my journey.
Scott D Child: (InVADE International Ltd) Have been following the principles for a few years, took the course and loved the outcome.
Anil Anna: (Barfoot & Thompson Ltd) In the last couple of years, i have been focusing on Agile and i believe it is a great way of focusing our strengths on value driven delivery.
Ammar Ameerdeen.
Sunita Gupta.
Björn Mühlhoff: Ok, you got me. I'm in. Even though for me as product-person I prefer "Validated solutions" over "Working software" Thanks for this great mindset.
Christopher T. Bergman: (NY Management Associates) The Agile Manifesto values results over techniques. It articulates the values and principles by which development teams are guided through building and delivering software. It does so with greater predictability and efficiency than traditional 'waterfall' methodologies.
Michael Goodell: Doing software construction too wrong for too long. Time to acquire this knowledge and exercise the wisdom of those who have gone before me.
Rahul Rai: Dynamic, efficient, Logical. AGILE!!
Sasha Simone.
Andy Spamer: (Premas Consulting) I fully support the Agile Alliance and their moves to create effective, pragmatic and delivery focused thinking on how to build great software. I will promote this thinking in all my dealings within the software industry.
namya krishna: I recommend using Agile vs other development techniques.
Facundo Rodriguez: (KarmaDev)
Raul Valdoleiros.
Cindy Soares.
Mark Hartnady: (Sage Group Plc) I hereby include my name into the register of endorsement of the Agile Manifesto. As a willing and able participant of the agile movement, I declare that I value Individuals and Interactions over Processes and Tools; Working software over Comprehensive Documentation; Customer Collaboration over Contract Negotiation; and Responding to change over following a plan.
André Marques de Araújo: We must value what really matters.
Carlos Rojas: I Support the Agile Manifesto!
Jack Caine: (Carmel Rush Inc.)
Alberto Rubio Martínez: (BEEVA, a BBVA company)
Veranildo dos Santos Veras: (SOFTDomain)
Rodrigo Morteo: (Isotec)
Miguel Pau: ( My support to Agile and Kanban methods for projects management! Regards!
Sufyan Elahi: (Nishat Chunian)
Patrice JC Nedelec: I fully endorse the Agile Manifesto. It is the best proven Framework to deliver software Quality predictably. I commit to furthering Agile principles, sharing best practices on a large scale and carry the Agile Spirit forward. Patrice JC Nedelec
Sebastian Aspland: (Reward Gateway) The Agile Manifesto is the place to start when thinking about agile. There is no better way to run complex software projects (and probably a whole raft of other projects).
Olivier Caeymaex: (Egg3) We deploy online CRM and ERP tools for SMEs in Agile spirit and using the SCRUM methodology.
Michael Allen.
Jason D. Hobbs.
Jussi Laasonen.
Brian O'Connell: (Boeing) I support the Agile Manifesto and believe in following the principles behind it.

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