The Delft Software Days - Edition 2017 are over and we can look back on a very successful event.
In 2 weeks time, we have welcomed more than 700 participants from 280+ organizations and 45 countries worldwide.
Looking Back: Movie, Presentations, Pictures and a Questionnaire
Proudly presenting the Delft Software Days 2017 movie! Watch it here.
Have a look at the pictures taken during the Delft Software Days - Edition 2017 in our Gallery.
Questionnaire: Many participants have responded to our annual survey. Thank you for your feedback! It gives us a valuable view on how you've experienced the events and overall happening. We'll use this as input for improvements for the future editions.
Please keep in touch with us and your fellow participants by continuing to share your experiences and knowledge:
> Visit and join one of our communities on the Deltares OpenSourceSoftware-portal.
> Follow Deltares via our social media channels: Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, YouTube
> Or contact our Deltares experts directly if you have a specific question. Contact details can be found via the Deltares website.
Save the Date: the Delft Software Days - Edition 2018 is scheduled to take place from Monday 5 November - Friday 16 November 2018, in Delft. We hope to see you next year!
Questions? You can contact us the whole year via firstname.lastname@example.org
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