Learn what’s working – and what isn’t – with Agile development adoption. Based on a survey of 117 people in software development.
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Agile has an inherent focus on teams. Learn about the signs to look for in a dynamic Agile team room and how to get a team performant – and happy.
The largest international Agile event. Approximately 2000 attendees are expected to attend this year’s conference.
Toronto, Canada, July 24, 2014 – Intelliware Development Inc., a custom software, mobile solutions and product development company based in Toronto, is pleased to announce its sponsorship of Agile2014. Intelliware joins a group of 50 or so organizations that are sponsoring Agile2014, the 13th annual Agile Alliance international conference. Approximately 2000 attendees from more than 40… Read more »
Estimating user stories is central to the Agile planning process. Learn how to use estimates, how to define them and more.
Gathering and defining software requirements is difficult. One Agile technique to help address this challenge is writing user stories. Learn how to write them.
Agile planning is a continual process. Release and iteration planning is critical component of that process. Learn the basics today.
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 »
How are organizations fairing with their efforts in adopting Agile today? To provide some insights to this question, Intelliware recently conducted a survey to gain an understanding of the state of Agile within various organizations.
There are dozens of myths about Agile development. We’ve compiled 7 of the most common Agile myths and explain why they are false.