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: 04 Nov to 13 Nov 2015
Paulo Piedade Rodrigues: Individuals and interactions over processes and tools!
Serhiy Vasilkov.
Qingtian Wang.
Michele Pennacchio: I'm in favor of agile processes in order to create more value, with a better focus and mutual understanding, smoothing the work-load
Andres Garcia: (Tata Consultancy Services)
Babak Behzadi.
Venkateswaran Rama: I firmly believe and support Agile manifesto. Also I admit that Agile provides an organic way to produce value delivery.
Ronnick Nachok: I endorse the agile manifesto.
Emiliano Sutil: (Xeridia) I fully support the manifesto. Follow it´s principles is the best way to produce a better quality software that meets the needs of the customers. Perhaps the only way.
Rob Betcher: Fully Endorsed.
Bhim Rai.
Jeremy Toth.
Eugenio Baccarini: (Yoox Net-a-Porter Group) Keep on working lean, effective and with value added. I support the agile manifesto!
Patrick Li: (Alphali Inc.) The Agile Manifesto is the sole of agile, without it any agile initiative is just mechanics. Therefore, I fully endorse my support behind it.
Sherry Delling: (G6 Hospitality)
Kristi Chapman.
Michael McComb.
Alejandro Laplana: (Nesting Partners) Working software as a benchmark
Jungki Kim.
Nadia MOATASSIME: I fully support the manifesto
Alejandro: (Idiso Hotel Distribution)
Christian Heutger.
Ricky Menard: (Capital One)
Matt Shah: (Consulate Health Care)
Vivek Kakkar.
Noel Estep.
Douglas Hoff: The fruit of following these values has made me aware of the ethical value they carry for the business world. Thank you for your very visible flag.
Nikhil Dev Deshmudre: (Georgia Tech) Thoughtfulness in how we do the small things goes a long way.
Deb Mavric: The hardest part of agile is people remembering these four points. Too often as agile teams develop they lose site of what is important and focus too much on the right. Supporting the manifesto is critically important to ensuring the left side remain core.
Jenny (Yevgeniya) Amis: Individuals and interactions over processes and tools! Yes, definitively! You can't know all your reqs in advance - and also things tend to change!
Simone Passet.
Gjore Zaharchev.
Baidai Cedrick Oka: (Fermentuse)
Gale Jaramillo: Excellent! The desiloing of development. I look forward to implementing!
Ronald Waybright.
Dwaraka K Ramana: I strongly support the Agile Menifesto
Gary Jiang.
Samatar Igeh: (Kairos Technologies)
Gary Gunning: (Private)
Gloria Alicia Gutierrez Ochoa.
Mark Ince: This is definitely the way to go if we want to be able to get to market fast with good quality software. I have always felt the RBC PMF was too document intensive as required too much effort to be placed on documenting requirements. Agile allows us to test look, feel and functionality as we go along and make the necessary changes so that we are able to produce a quality product quickly and avoid all the red tape that is associated with PMF
Alexandre Augusto Derzi Ramos: (Alderam Informática LTDA) Supporting the Agile Manifesto is supporting a sustainable way not only to develop software but any projects you will face. It is the best way to feed your customer with quick, real and valuable progress and information of the project you are working in. The best way to keep you team educated and motivated for the business they are working at so they can provide software and knowledge that matters.
Guy Harding: (Verisage Custom Software) Well written & concise, the Agile Manifesto captures four core principles in creating meaningful software. Thank you!
Alexey Andreyev.
Ramesh: Its seems to be well defined manifesto that works for software development
Alexander Kosin.
Rahul Deb Aru.
Rolf Dieter Zschau: (Whiteblue Consulting GmbH, Germany) Working for more than 25 years in (IT-) projects, I just recently became aware of the fact, that I followed the Agile Manifesto all the time. Back in the early years, that have been the principles I got from my mentors: "That's what makes a project successful". So I fully support the Agile Manifesto: It's the values not the process that makes a project/team agile!
Michael Strange.

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