In this episode we talk about hiring, both from the perspective of someone wanting to be hired, and someone hiring. It’s the first part of a two part episode.
As you may notice we ‘may’ have forgotten that we’ve reached the landmark of 50 episodes. Oops 🙂 Thanks to everyone who’s listened so far, we’ve got lots more great episodes planned to stick around for what comes next.
Welcome to this episode of Testing In the Pub, it’s Episode 49 – Leadership vs Management.
In this episode we sit down and discuss the differences between leaders and managers. Can everyone be a leader or a manager? What are the common misconceptions in managerial and leadership skillsets? How does coaching and mentoring fit in?
Hopefully this episode starts to answer these questions. There’s more to come so listen to future episodes where we’ll delve into all of this in more detail.
Welcome back to Testing In the Pub Episode 47 – AI and Ethics and Quality
In this new episode we talk about AI and how it’s being used particularly in virtual assistants, how ethics are important, and how all of those presents opportunities for those of us involved in software quality.
Thanks to Hindsight Software, the BDD specialists for their continued support of Testing In the Pub.
Welcome to Testing In The Pub Episode 39 – Live From TestBash Philadelphia.
We were lucky enough to be invited over to TestBash in Philadelphia to record a live episode in front of the conference crowd. And even better, we were given an actual pub to record in!
In this episode we talk about the future of testing and community. Listen to us and special guests talk about where we think testing is heading and why.
We also talk about why we started Testing In The Pub and why starting a podcast or any other sort of community activity is extremely personally rewarding, as well as being an important part of what keeps the testing community as vibrant and useful as it is.
Have a listen and hopefully we’ll you want to do the same.
Welcome back to another Testing In The Pub. In this episode we’re back in The Shooting Star to continue our discussion with Rhian Lewis and Kim Knup. This time the conversation moves towards testing IOT and how testers will need to adapt.
Both Kim (@punkmik) and Rhian (@rhian_is) are on Twitter and are well worth following.
Kim is a tester, conference speaker and organiser of the Brighton Tester meet-up. Rhian, as well as being a tester and being involved in the software testing community, is also a blockchain & cryptocurrency adventurer, co-developer of http://countmycrypto.com and co-founder of the London Bitcoin Women meet-up.
We have a new episode for you and it’s something a bit different. We’re out and about at the conferences this year as usual, and this time we’re taking Testing In the Pub on tour. So here’s the first episode from the conferences!
Dan was lucky enough to be at Let’s Test this year and in this episode he discusses all things testing with Patrick Prill, Dan Billing and Christina Ohanian.
Look out for us, microphone in hand, at more conferences this year. If you fancy being in an episode of Testing In the Pub then just grab myself or Dan if you see us.
We’ve got a new episode for you this time. In it we talk about the differences between ‘The Right Thing’ and doing ‘The Thing Right’. How does this affect testing and software development in general?
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