The developer conference will be held at:
Göteborg Convention Centre (Svenska Mässan)
Mässans gata 24, Göteborg, Sweden
This year we’ve again broadened the conference
programme, and we have a new track for C and C++ developers. We’re continuing with the new tracks from last year on Usability and Product Management, and we again have a very strong line up of speakers addressing leadership, team and management issues.
Developers coding on all kinds of platforms will find plenty of technical sessions too. The third day of the conference is devoted to in-depth training with some of the most respected authors and speakers in our industry. This is a rare opportunity to learn from them in a smaller group.
Scandinavian Developer Conference has a broad programme designed so that you can bring your whole development team, and everyone will find something of interest. Our goal is that you’ll go back to your daily development work infused with useful new ideas and inspiration. I hope we’ll see you at SDC2013!
For more information about a booked speaker, please click on the picture to find an abstract of the presentation. Read more
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Feb 25, 2013
Now you only have five days left to register for SDC. Don't forget to check out the detailed programme.
Nov 30, 2012
We are proud to announce detailed information about the talks that will be held at SDC2013. The broad programme means that there will be something for your whole development team. See the detailed programme.
Oct 30, 2012
We are pleased to confirm the second keynote speaker for SDC2013 - Janice Fraser. Janice is an entrepreneur, designer, and advisor to early stage companies. Founder of the company LUXr, she is based in Silicon Valley. You can read more about her here.
Sep 17, 2012
We are pleased to confirm one of the keynote speakers for SDC2013 - Dan North. Dan is a technology and organisational consultant and one of the originators of Behaviour Driven Development. You can read more about him here.