Welcome to episode 10. We’ve made it to double figures! Thank you to everyone who has downloaded one or more of our earlier episodes and given us the encouragement to keep this going.
In this episode, the Peers talk about our thoughts on what testing may be like in 10 years time. What will the tech world look like? How will testers have evolved? Will we still be debating whether manual testing is needed?
We also cover what we as leaders will need to do to enable our teams to progress and stay relevant as technology advances.
One thing Simon mentions during the episode is the awesome talk “The Mobile Phone is Dead” by one of the most engaging speakers around and all round awesome guys Leigh Rathbone (@villabone on Twitter)
Chris also tells us about the ketchup competition he entered and this triggers the peers discussing their successes (or lack of) with competitions. Including Simon winning a “Pontins Prince” competition which he has added a pic to our Twitter.
No puppy update this week but Simon has now got his puppies and Russell’s is arriving in a week or so. Check out #PeersPaws on twitter for more pics. David will also be adding some pics of his beloved Digby.
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