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Software Company Intelliware Sponsors Agile Open Toronto 2014

Agile Open Toronto logo

Toronto, Canada, April 30, 2014 – Intelliware Development Inc., a custom software, mobile solutions and product development company, is pleased to announce its sponsorship of the Agile Open Toronto 2014. Along with Lean Intuit and Scrum Alliance, Intelliware is helping support one of the Toronto Agile Community’s main annual events. Now in its fifth year, Agile… Read more »

Intelliware Selected for Canada’s Top 100 Employer Award

Custom software development firm recognized by Mediacorp as an exceptional workplace in the Top Small & Medium Employers category Toronto, Canada.  December 6, 2013 – Intelliware Development Inc., a custom software development company, proudly announces that it has been recognized as a leading employer in Mediacorp’s esteemed Canada’s Top 100 Employers Project. The Toronto firm… Read more »

Intelliware recognized for staying the course in support of bike-friendly culture

Sixth Bicycle Friendly Business Award presented to Toronto-based custom software development firm Toronto, Canada, November 27, 2013 – For the sixth time, Intelliware Development Inc. was presented with the City of Toronto’s prestigious Bicycle Friendly Business Award. The ceremony, held at The Gladstone Hotel on November 26th, 2013, recognized several Toronto businesses for their efforts… Read more »

MaRS Energy Hackathon spawns apps to help people manage energy consumption

View of teams at Mars Hackathon

By Sasha Sud View article here:  http://www.marsdd.com/2013/09/12/mars-energy-hackathon-spawns-apps-to-help-people-manage-energy-consumption/ The weekend of September 7 and 8 saw a congregation of 115 developers, coders, designers, energy experts, utility representatives, behavioural economists and MaRS volunteers descend on MaRS to participate in the first-ever MaRS Energy Hackathon. While hackathons are becoming a regular feature at MaRS, this particular hackathon distinguished… Read more »

Individuals & Interactions: Virtual Training with Caren DesBrisay

Gil Broza, author of The Human Side of Agile: How to Help Your Team Deliver, has organized a series of virtual training sessions, Individuals & Interactions, from May 15-23, 2013 with eleven Agile experts, including authors, mentors, executives, facilitators, innovators, coaches and practitioners. The focus of Gil’s conversations with each featured expert will focus on… Read more »

Liferay Brings Training to Toronto

Liferay, the world’s leading enterprise-class open source portal solution provider, is bringing their team of experts to Toronto from June 17-21, 2013 at the Hilton Garden Inn Toronto Downtown. Liferay training is the most effective way to learn best practices for successful deployment and management of Liferay Portal. Portal Administrator Training will kick off the… Read more »

All We Are Saying Is Give MADPs A Chance

In 2010 and 2011, one of the most pressing questions facing mobile development projects is the question of whether or not you’re writing the app in native or HTML5. (Implicitly, these options always had an “excluded middle” option: the hybrid app that uses a combination of HTML5 and native features. In fact, I’d argue that… Read more »

Flurry: Time Spent On Mobile Apps Has Surpassed Web Browsing

Tech Crunch by Leena Rao Mobile app analytics firm Flurry is releasing a new report today comparing the daily engagement of smartphone users on mobile apps vs. web browsing on the PC. For web analytics, Flurry used data from comScore and Alexa and for mobile application usage, the startup used its own analytics, which now… Read more »