So, this is a blog post I never imagined would be necessary. Trump’s travel ban is ill-conceived, divisive, discriminatory and, well, un-American. I earned my Engineering degree in the U.S., I lived there for 5 years, and I know firsthand that this sort of a policy is the exact opposite of what I came to know about our friends in the United States. Read More…

Several years ago, I joined a team in their early days of developing a claims product. When I came onboard, the team was small but was expected to grow significantly. While the analysts and business leads were busy identifying the product scope, the technical members of our team focused on the platform. Read More…

Today, over 80% of organizations that are involved with software development have adopted Agile development practices.[1] As a Marketing Manager for an Agile Software Development company, I’ve seen first-hand the benefits that our clients achieve from implementing our Agile Software Development methodology, i-Proving™. Read More…

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. Read More…

On November 16th and 17th, international experts and digital health leaders across Canada will come together for the 2016 Infoway Partnership Conference. 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. Read More…

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. Take Our Kids to Work Day(TOKW) is an event that supports career development by providing students with a day of in-depth career exploration and real-life experience in the workplace. Read More…