The Software Factory is a software development laboratory that has been designed and implemented at the Department of Computer Science, University of Helsinki. Here, students use state-of-the-art tools, modern processes and best practices to prototype and develop great software for businesses in an environment made to support top-level research.
The Software Factory is run by the Empirical Software Engineering Research Group at the University of Helsinki.
It’s great for students.
Interested in how software projects work in industry? Want some more experience before you graduate? Looking to make industry contacts? Writing a scientific paper and need some data? If you answered yes to any of these questions and have the bulk of your BSc studies in Computer Science completed, the Software Factory is for you. Read more
It’s also great for industry.
Are you a startup with an great idea? Or an established company that is looking for an environment in which to prototype an innovative concept? Then Software Factory could be for you. Read more
Not to mention great for academia.
Research in software engineering requires an authentic environment. At the Software Factory, we aim to provide an environment that emulates industry as closely as possible. Real customers, real business demand. Read more