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, ours are a bit different with six suits with eight cards per suit.
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Software Company Intelliware Sponsors Open Space Toronto 2016 Toronto, Canada, April 4th, 2016 – Intelliware Development Inc., a custom software development company, is pleased to announce its sponsorship of the Agile Open Space Toronto 2016 event. Along with Blended Perspectives, Intelliware is helping support one of the Toronto Agile Community’s main annual events. Now in its… Read more »
Toronto, Canada. October 20, 2015 – Intelliware Development Inc., an Agile software development services provider, today released its own version of Planning Poker cards to better meet the needs of its customers and partners. The company unveiled the cards at the Toronto Agile Community’s 7th Annual Agile Conference. These Planning Poker cards reflect Intelliware’s approach… Read more »
Quality Assurance is actually quite different in Agile and non-Agile environments. Learn how to approach QA in an Agile environment., the role of QA on an Agile team, and more.
Although source control is not strictly speaking an Agile “practice”, it is important to Agile for several reasons. Learn why.
True Agile adoption is challenging. This presentation focuses on the common challenges of Agile adoption and provides tips to overcome them.
In keeping with Agile’s inherent “get it done” philosophy, organizations should consider taking these key steps to get their own Agile initiative moving.
Agile retrospectives help teams reflect on how to become more effective, then tune and adjust their behavior accordingly. Learn how to conduct one.
Agile is a hot topic in financial services. It is a great yet challenging opportunity. Learn how to make it work for your company.
A pragmatic and in-depth look at Agile testing by Intelliware’s Chief Technologist, BC Holmes. The seventh entry in our Agile Methodology Series.