Doc Norton opened the conference with a keynote session introducing the topic of Host Leadership and drawing parallels to this style of leadership. He used personal experience of hosting a Euchre party for his community with the intent of bringing everyone together, incorporating a nice mix of traditional and servant based leadership principles.
This year’s theme, A Conversation About Digital Health, will analyze how digital health solutions are providing safer medication practices, empowering patients, and enabling more seamless coordination of care to support better informed clinical interoperability.
Based on the success of last year’s event, plans were made to increase attendance this year by 50% to over 600. Registrations sold out in mere weeks, a clear indication of both the popularity of the conference and how Agile techniques are continuing to become more prevalent within the Toronto area software community.
On November 2nd, Grade 9 students across the GTA will step away from their classes to spend the day at workplaces across the city. For the 10th consecutive year, Intelliware will open our doors to host kids interested in a career in computer science.
Our Open Source hackathon generated a lot of excitement around here. Eight hours of hacking yielded some interesting contributions. The winning team created a carousel web component using Polymer.
We’re excited to be hosting our fourth annual Intelliware employee hackathon. The theme of this year’s hackathon is contributing to Open Source.
The Wi-Fi Analyzer started as a simple idea, and has grown into a very successful free app available in the Google Play store. This is the story behind how the …
Ada Lovelace is considered to be the first computer programmer. On this day we celebrate the achievements of women in science, technology, engineering and maths.