Embracing Equality and Diversity: A Student Visit From Tech Girls at Reykjavik University

Tempo invited 30 women studying Computer Science at Reykjavik University over for a visit at Tempo HQ in Reykjavik last month. The association, RU /sys/tur, was founded in 2013 by a few female Computer Science students at RU and is extremely important to the students as it both strengthens them and increases their confidence on the technical side. But why are so few women studying Computer Science and why do so many drop out?

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Tempo Office Olympics 2015

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After work on a Friday in August, an informal opening ceremony of the Tempo Office Olympics 2015 took place in Reykjavik. The Tempo team was divided into six teams participating in variety of competitions.

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The Tempo Family Keeps Growing

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With success comes growth. Over the last year, we have nearly doubled in growth in our Reykjavik and Montreal offices. And, we’re still looking for successful and smart candidates.

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Tempo Mobile Team Graduates with Highest Honors

Last fall a group of students from Reykjavík University joined us here at Tempo to work on their final B.Sc. project in Computer Science. The final project offers students the opportunity to immerse themselves in a software development environment and get hands-on experience by collaborating on a real software development project within a specific field. …

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Women of Tempo: Solving the Gender Gap in Tech

Not long ago, in a post she penned for Medium, entitled “Where are the numbers?”, Pinterest engineer, Tracy Chou, challenged the tech industry about not only the striking dearth of women working especially in engineering roles, but also the lack of transparency when it came to actually collecting data on workforce diversity. This seemed especially …

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