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 Aug to 29 Aug 2015
Luiz Phelipe Soares Rodrigues.
Brendon Page: (Chillisoft)
Luiz Cavalieri: (Student World)
Vishwanathan S: (Cognizant) I am in agreement with Agile Manifesto (12 Principles)..
André Meirelles: I endorse the agile principles and I try hard to implement and follow them in my daily work.
Felipe Fiali de Sá: (Microsoft)
Navdeep Singh Doad: (Gap Inc. ) This is brilliant! You just can't put this better. So simple yet so effective.
Jan Sievers.
Laura Schimke: (IBM AD&I) Collaboration, Individuals and Interaction, Responding to Change, Working Software -- It makes sense!
Sameer Ranjan: (Barclays) I appreciate the effort gone behind documenting these principles. Great thoughts indeed !!!!
Benjamin Turner: (V2R Ventures) Agile is pragmatic and delivers true value. Gone are the days of "hit and hope".
Arseni Mourzenko: (Pelican Design & Development)
Margeaux Spring.
Roland Edwards: (AOE GmbH) At AOE we live the principles of the Manifesto on a daily basis - in our work in general as well as in developing software for our clients. In my opinion, Agile is the way to go - and can be applied to numerous aspects of our lives.
Khachatur Ghahramanyan.
Erica Noriega: (Frost) Finally a human-centered approach to technical projects. The business units have been craving this for some time now. It definitely values people over process while complimenting a process that is less cumbersome.
Aaron DeYonker: (Lucid Design Group) Agile is the only framework I've used over 20 years that has met customer needs while preserving team morale and, dare I say, making work fun.
Edze Kruizinga.
George Moura: (gCode)
Andressa Chiara.
Kurtis Sherman: (ATT)
Iulian Ghinia.
Patrick Lamasney.
Daniel Steinberg: (SolutionsIQ) I tell my teams that Agile is about Winning. Winning requires pragmatic collaboration of the entire team. Small wins (release, sprint, story and even a passing unit test) lead to big wins.
Joan Carles Cardell: (Atos)
Bhaskar Mookerji.
Markus Schwarz: (PROSOZ Herten GmbH)
Mark Lancaster: (West March Systems)
Hamoodi Josef.
Lorin Unger: (John Wiley and Sons Publishing) I endorse the principles of the Agile Manifesto. In particular, the importance and value of "Individuals and interactions over processes and tools" to not only the delivery of work but also organizational culture cannot be over-stated.
Parker Williams: (Morehouse College CS)
John Clelland.
Marwa Abdeldayem.
Janet Stone: (USAA) Best development method ever envisioned. Adaptable and can be used for every situation regardless of the argument.
William capellaro: (Slalom Consulting) I heartily endorse agile!
Tomas Echeverri Valencia: (Ceiba Software House)
Phetola Mogale: (Government Pensions Administration Agency) I support the Agile Manifesto all the way. Agile sounds like a way of life to me, especially in this ever changing universe where adapting quickly for survival has become a norm.
Ron Haig: The principles that Agile came up with are brilliant and very much to the point. Kudos to all!
rajesh.rajasekaran: (HCL Technologies) I support Agile for early business value realisation. Highly recommeded when business is unclear on the complete requirement.
Daniel Sloan: (The Madison Henry Group) I wholeheartedly endorse the Agile Manifesto and make a deliberate attempt to embody these principles in my daily work in organizations around the world. I am incredibly grateful to the co-creators of the Agile Manifesto and their continued thought leadership in the complex world of software product development.
Loren Gordon: I fully support the values and principles of the Agile Manifesto. Here's to building environments and cultures in which we want to work.
Vaibhav Kadian: Agile has no limitation to where you can apply it ... its goes beyond just software development, but within SD it thrives and can gives value fast if applied the RIGHT way.
Ashish Patel: A perfect Win-Win for business and technology teams. If followed as per principles it can bring miracles to organization growth.
Szymon Marcinkowski: Golden rules!
Hugo Ayres Durães.
Ivan Diaz: I'm agree with the manifiesto and I promise to apply in my professional job.
Antonio José Resende de Campos: (Bravi)
Russel Garlick.
Rix T.

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