Welcome to another episode of the Testing Peers. The Awesome foursome back together again with the topic of fighting fires and some of the additional effort that is needed when it is all hitting the fan. Chris starts off the banter with asking us about memes we may use in the workplace, we have everything […]Read more "Podcast Episode 93 – Fighting Fires"
Although we are all firm believers of talking about Mental Health at any time, as it’s Mental Health Awareness Week, we wanted to share with you our own stories to show you that it really is “OK, not to be OK” and to be able to talk about it. As a group the testing peers […]Read more "Peers on Mental Health"
In May, the Testing Peers Podcast will be 1 year old! It’s been an incredible year and our feedback and downloads have been so much more than we ever imagined! So we wanted to do something special to give back to our listeners. We’d thought about several different options, but have plumped for running an […]Read more "A Year of the Testing Peers – First Anniversary Episode"
Edit: we initially proposed this as a competition, but after discussion realised that it didn’t quite feel right, and in the spirit of transparency we wanted to reframe this as a call for designs and collaboration….well HELP!!!If you have any thoughts on this change, we would welcome the feedback. Here at Testing Peers HQ, we’ve […]Read more "Call for collaboration….can you do better than us?"
Since this is mental health awareness week, I thought I’d share a little from my own experience around mental health and in particular cognitive distortions. I must start with a disclaimer – I am not a mental health professional, I don’t have a qualification in psychology, psychiatry or anything related. So, why do I want […]Read more "Cognitive Distortions"
Why I took part in the Testing Peers group.Read more "Russell – Why Testing Peers?"
Another community? Another slack group? More networking with folks which could take up family time? When Chris first pinged me to see if I was interested in being part of it, all of the above ran through my head. But I genuinely believe Testing Peers is different and our purpose is something I really and […]Read more "Why I joined the Testing Peers"
I may be responsible for initiating the Testing Peers, but it has become the essence of a collaborative entity. I have a habit of rambling on a little, and a knack for translating that rambling into prose. The primary example of this being my initial pitch to the group that would become the Testing Peers. […]Read more "Why Testing Peers?"