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Enter the Digisfääri!

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For over 40 years, IT Days has been the biggest annual conference for IT professionals from Finnish higher education institutions, hosted by a different institution each year. This year we wanted to be renewed, so we named the event Digisfääri. On 31 October – 1 November, 2019, Aalto University will welcome the best and brightest minds in IT education to Otaniemi, the campus of the future.

There are going to be 4 amazing speakers for every track, plus 1-2 topic-related workshops. Besides universities, we will have a good amount of companies with us to make Digisfääri happen – a variety from startups till international technology houses. Read the track descriptions here

This can be all yours – but only if you have your ticket! Don’t wait too long, because the deadline for registrations is 20.10.2019.

Read more: https://digisfaari.io/english/

 

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