Lindholmen Software Development Day 2021

Now it’s time to register as a speaker for Lindholmen Sofware Development Day 2021! The conference will be held at Lindholmen Science Park on October 28, 2021. The theme for this year's conference is Software for Sustainability.

Software for sustainability

This year’s theme will be Software for Sustainability and we hope to see exciting and inspiring cases from companies and domains at the forefront of using software to become competitive and to solve sustainability challenges.

Take part in this exciting theme and let us know your take on Software for Sustainability. We need your proposal no later than May 21, 2021. At Lindholmen Software Development Day you will find more information about the event and how to register as a speaker.

About Lindholmen Software Development Day

The Lindholmen Software Development Day is a collaboration between Swedsoft, Ericsson, Chalmers, University of Gothenburg, Halmstad University, Volvo Cars, Volvo Group, Cybercom, CapGemini, HiQ, Knowledge Agency, Business Region Göteborg, IBM, Wireless Car, Sigma, and Lindholmen Science Park.

Lindholmen Software Development Day is a neutral arena for cross-industry knowledge sharing in software development. We want to contribute to innovations, new collaborations and companies as well as to strengthen the area of ​​ICT in Sweden.

Read about last years conference at: Lindholmen Software Development Day 2020


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