Tag Archives: IT

A Pakistani in Narva: “I’m Grateful to Estonia”

Yar Muhammad from Pakistan describes why he decided to stay in Estonia after his doctoral studies. He is now an IT lecturer in University of Tartu Narva College. Continue reading

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Six Myths Keeping Estonian Girls Out of IT

A study by University of Tartu researchers and Skype dispels six myths that keep women in Estonia out of IT. Continue reading

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Student Career Podcast: Myroslava at Fortumo

In this podcast interview, Myroslava Stavnycha, a first-year master’s student of software engineering at the University of Tartu, talks about her fresh job at the leading mobile payments provider Fortumo. Continue reading

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Startup Nation Estonia: An Austrian’s View

Find out what Georg Singer, a development manager at the UT Institute of Computer Science, thinks about the ‘startup nation Estonia’ and how it compares to his home country, Austria. Continue reading

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Estonian Game Industry is Taking Flight

Edvin Aedma, a game developer and lecturer at the University of Tartu, writes about the recent developments in Estonia’s gaming industry. Continue reading

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Meet Shazia, a Bright Master in IT from Pakistan

This is a podcast interview with Shazia Javed, a fresh Master’s graduate in Software Engineering at the University of Tartu from Pakistan. Continue reading

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How to Make Computations Whilst Preserving Privacy?

If a country’s supermarket chains would like to know who sells more milk or cheese, it would be virtually impossible without spying on competitors’ accounting data. This problem has a solution: Sharemind allows computations on input data to be made without compromising privacy. Continue reading

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