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: 14 Mar to 22 Mar 2016
Juan Ayala Delgado: Agile = future, To be or not to be this is agile
Raj Kasturi: When I was first introduced to Scrum in 2006, I immediately fell in love with the concept. After working in the software development industry for over 25 years and using several different approaches including water-fall, I found scrum very easy to use and the results/benefits were phenomenal.
harish: NA
Kevin Baron, PMP: Agile: The art of managing projects in a realistic, smooth, productive and trusting way. Waterfall: Opposite of Agile
Brad Szabo.
Ross Graham: (In Search Of... Inc.) I wholeheartedly agree with, and endorse this manifesto. This is what is needed to make product development projects meaningful and appropriate to meet the needs of customers and their business requirements.
Dinesh Nadun.
Attila Hajdu: (Nokia Solutions and Networks)
ROY COUTTS: (IPEOPLE) I believe the values of the Manifesto for Agile Software Development has brought much needed innovation to software development.
Ignacio de la Serna: (Toyota Financial Services Europe) I fully support in general the Agile software development and specifically the Scrum framework approach. This way-of-doing is remarkable towards meeting the expected results of a project and being fully integrated within the the Toyota ecosystem.
Saif Shaikh: (Accenture) Great process !
Polyxeni Papadia.
Jessica Bohannan.
Gaurav Sood.
Chaitanya Barhale: (MResult Corp)
Vinay Sinka: (Wipro Technologies.)
Hulya VURAL.
Julio Sangrador-Paton: After some years applying these principles I can only thank the world for them. My job is really enjoyable and productive at last.
Aadhith: I loved it!!!
Alexander Novoselov.
Julio Medeiros: (New Plymouth District Council) I have more than 20+ years of IT experience, both in IT operations and IT projects following industry standards, frameworks and best practices. For the world and changes that we leave today Agility is the way to go, Agility is the path to sucess!
José Félix Foulquie Guinea: (Atos) There is no other way to develop software. (Project manager and ATM middleware and applications developer).
Kalyana (Subbu) Sundaravelu: Learn to develop and execute and progressively adapt the plan. This is how the world works.
Ted Morris Dawson.
Simos Mikelatos.
Tony Wolf: (Agile Wolf Consulting)
Craig Bender.
jaime Infante: (chapinero)
Diane Pierson: (Wheels-Up Innovation) I will continue to evangelize the Agile Manifesto in all my projects.
Cesar Loachamin: (Kanukode) Agile: A better way to get things done
David Blazquez Vila.
Margus Baumann: After seeing how a more traditional project management (let's call it waterfall) fails in a large software upgrade and implementations, more transparent and agile management methods are always welcomed. If you are sitting in a meeting and and thinking that who cares about massive contracts that are longer that the project itself and why do we need to follow some procedure that we all know will fail, before it's started just because it was in a contract, then you should start thinking of using more agile methodologies. I could go on but just take a look on Agile.
Ibsen Flores Galvez.
Michael Leitao: (Cenero) Essential principals.
Nick Dey: ( We develop our product the Agile way. The focus on individuals and communication has really built not just the Product but also a great team. More than anything, this is most positive effect of the Agile. Recommend this any area where the requirements are not set in stone and ever changing.
Romain: (AdoreMe Inc)
Anna Viktorova.
Paul Panayis: After fighting for RAD over waterfall, it's great to see the development team and working software valued more highly than documentation and processes. "Never tell people how to do things. Tell them what to do and they will surprise you with their ingenuity.", George S. Patton
Della Nel: (Private) My belief is Agile is only way to best manage software development. I endorse the Agile Manifesto as the guideline according to which I work, the philosophy underlying my decisions and human interactions.
Dino Memovic: (IT Committee of BEST) Over the time, my programming experience had some painful points. The biggest pains were mostly caused by people focusing on the wrong things. Agile manifesto was a thing that came up when i was starting my career; and in it, in its beautiful four stanzas it encapsulates root of many of the pains caused by wrong focus in projects. If it was up to me every development team would have it written on at least one wall in or near their work space.
Vikas Tyagi: Just read the manifesto and value it. Don't get bogged down by the processes. Live the Manifesto....
Adriano Raia: (STMicorlectronics) The best guidelines to software development
NAMDAR FARD: I Support the Agile Manifesto! I am a persian(iranian) developer living in France who try to do clean code, agility and lean.
Giordano Lins: (Prospect Soluções) We need to disseminate the agile culture in order to get better software in market, for more satisfied customers, and for more proud developers.
Dave Shaw: The values in the Agile Manifesto are what's important about agile, way above any particular process or implementation.
Steve Hupert: After many years of software development the truth and applicability of the manifesto has continued to influence my career.
Juan Carlos Ruiz: (Oracle Consulting)
Alex Hughes: I agree.
Luis Herrera Ordoñez: I totally agree with the manifesto, I had worked with traditional metodologies, but know my projects are managed with these agile principles

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