This week, the Intelliware team is headed to the Full Stack Toronto Conference (#fstoco) as a Gold Sponsor. #fstoco is Toronto’s leading web development technical conference. The conference features a diverse lineup of web professionals from around the world, from all sizes of business, and all levels of experience. Read More..
Once again this year, Intelliware will be participating in the Take Our Kids to Work (TOKW) program. Our TOKW event is more than just a fun day away from school. For 12 years now, we’ve been using this day as an opportunity for students to explore different career options in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). Read More..
On October 4, Intelliware held our Fall 2018 Hackathon. This event was significantly different from previous versions of Intelliware’s hackathons. Instead of having the teams create a product with a given technology or domain constraint, there were a number of reasons we chose to spend the day playing a game. Read More..
This past January we announced our continued partnership with Women Who Code, a relationship that started early in 2017 when we became the first Toronto company to participate in their Network Sponsorship program. As our partnership continues to grow, it is with great pleasure we announce our second annual Women Who Code Meetup to be held on Tuesday, October 9th at Intelliware’s DevSpace, at 200 Adelaide Street West in downtown Toronto. Read More..
Back in June, we released the introduction to our whitepaper series on the subject of replatforming. Rather than try to nail the big topic of replatforming into one prescriptive document, we felt it was more appropriate to take it on using a series of smaller whitepapers that look at replatforming and modernization from several different perspectives. Read More..
Ada Lovelace, a mathematician and writer, is primarily known for her work on the Analytical Engine, a mechanical general-purpose computer proposed by Charles Babbage. She believed that computers were capable of more than simple calculations and explored the societal impact of technology. Read More..
Registration is now open for the annual Toronto Agile Conference to be held on Tuesday, October 30th, 2018. Now in its 10th year, this year’s conference with an expected attendance of close to 1,000, is expected to be the largest ever. Read More…