Microservices

Good developers follow the principle of Don’t Repeat Yourself (DRY) when writing code. When faced with duplication, they refactor it to be shared—increasing the code quality and maintainability. I have found that in the microservices world, the simplest way to reuse code is in the form of an external library.  Use of such a library, however, is contradictory to the aim in microservices development to maintain autonomy (and development/deployment independence).  Read More…

Today, nineteen students from Unionville Meadows and Jarvis Collegiate joined us at the Intelliware office for a day of discussions, activities, and food! We started the day off by encouraging the Girls Coding Club from Unionville Meadows to get to know the Computer Science students from Jarvis Collegiate through ice breakers and team building activities. Read More…

Intelliware is pleased to announce that we will be attending the eighth annual Apps for Health and FHIR North Conference, taking place April 25th -26th,2018 at Mohawk College, Fennell Campus Hamilton. This two-day event is hosted by Mohawk College’s mHEALTH &eHEALTH Development and Innovation Centre (MEDIC) and will bring together around 700 attendees from healthcare IT sector. Read More…

Three years ago, Intelliware created Planning Poker cards to promote our pragmatic approach to the Agile planning process. While most Planning Poker decks follow the standard 52-card structure with four suits and thirteen cards per suit, ours are a bit different with six suits with eight cards per suit.  Read More…