Newsletter May 2020

It's time for a new Swedsoft newsletter, looking back on what we have done this spring and into the future.

In the newsletter (in Swedish) that was sent out today, we start by looking back at some of the things we have done this spring:

  • Gathering of software Sweden – a workshop that gave input to the government assignment on Digital excellence
  • Reports
  • Continued the work on the statistics that we are soon releasing
  • List of free courses and seminars
  • Digital events
    and more…

Before sending out the newsletter, we asked our members what they had done in the Corona crisis. In this newsletter we highlight some examples from the members SKF, Mälardalen University (MDH), Teknikföretagen and Linköping Science Park.

As usual, we also take the opportunity to welcome new members, who have joined since the last newsletter; KTH, Raion, XIOS/3, Deposit, SER – Svenska Elektro- och Dataingenjörers Riksförening, debricked and T2 Data.

We also write about our upcoming seminars and conferences (13 May, 25 May, 1 Sep, 8 Oct and 18-19 Nov). We continue to plan both for digital seminars in the near future and to meet again physically as soon as possible.

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