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Recruit for Curiosity

Recruiting for testing roles these days should be mostly about curiosity, problem-solving and less about productivity and text book knowledge. Recruit for right brain skills – not so much operational process jockeys.  294 more words


Alexa is becoming more personal with custom responses

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Amazon is introducing a new way to create Alexa skills today, without the need for coding or tech skills. Alexa Skill Blueprints will let the average household customize a variety of questions, with personal answers and responses that are separate to routines. 315 more words


Normal life skill that I do not possess...

I like to consider myself a skilled cleaner, cooker, crocheter, and crafter. Having these skills is something that I value greatly. Even though these are all great skills, there is one skill that I greatly wish I did possess… sewing. 208 more words

How To Find A Second Act With Purpose

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When Doug Rauch “retired” in 2008, he was 56. He had spent 31 years at Trader Joe’s, where he led the California grocery chain’s move to the East Coast, rising to president. 1,435 more words

Money Matters

How to start a project to find a purpose

Although it might take some time to establish a new project for me to find a purpose, I have had to start somewhere and so a few weeks ago I began to think about things I enjoy doing. 400 more words


Competition: The James Dyson Award

The James Dyson Award is an international student design competition run by the James Dyson Foundation – Dyson’s charity. The James Dyson Foundation exists to encourage young people to become engineers through initiatives such as free educational resources and prototyping workshops run by Dyson engineers. 410 more words