We live in a software-driven world and virtually any company these days is a software company. Consequently, your software engineering capability is of critical importance to be successful. The key factors are speed, data and ecosystems.
SC2 is an excellent opportunity for the Brainport region to show that we are leaders in the world of high-tech software engineering, enabling the realization of many smart systems.
Software is everywhere. A modern society without software is unthinkable. The amount of software is increasing, implying that the need for efficient development and maintenance is increasing as well.
The realization of complex high-quality systems continuously requires to apply the latest available techniques such as model-based virtual prototyping and continuous delivery. SC2 always inspires towards the next step.
SC2 is the ideal environment to exchange experiences and getting inspired by others. All available in the region but unlocked by SC2.
With software being an increasingly important product differentiator it’s vital for high tech companies to apply state-of-the-art software engineering techniques. SC2 is an important event to share best practices.
With my research group, I work on developing techniques to make software more reliable. By attending SC2, I hope to get a better insight into the daily practice of software development, and how we can contribute to this process.
We have to maintain a large legacy codebase while at the same time keeping up innovation speed. SC2 is a great opportunity to learn and share best practices in this area.
The power of software functionality will make the transformation from machine supplier to total integrated solution provider (more) easy.
Our software can make or break our customers’ products. Faster and shorter development cycles handling more and more data are the new challenges. SC2 gives me the opportunity to learn from new industry trends and best practices.
Innovation thrives on creativity and free exchange of ideas. SC2 is an ideal opportunity for software architects to look outside their company and connect with their peers.