ER of presenting at the ANZTB SIGiST (Melbourne, 27th July 2017)

Continuing our recent run of presentations together, Paul Seaman and I were happy to accept an invitation to deliver our talk “A Spectrum of Difference – Creating EPIC Software Testers” at the Melbourne ANZTB SIGiST on 27th July.

The Australia New Zealand Testing Board holds these Special Interest Groups in Software Testing a few times a year all around Australia and this particular chilly July evening drew a crowd of about sixty, lured by the promise of a couple of good presentations (and some free food & drinks!) It was a pretty slow start but a swag of arrivals around the 5.30pm start time meant that, as the first presenters of the evening, we had a good crowd in front of us. Michael Pollino did the ANZTB spiel to kick things off before we were up.

The presentation again went really well and co-presenting is becoming more and more comfortable for Paul and I. We were delighted that so many people came up to us after the talk to express their interest in what we’re doing, offer their help, or just say thanks. It’s always a nice feeling as a presenter when people make the effort to catch up for a chat afterwards, so thanks to everyone who did that. We’ve also had follow ups in the days after the talk, which is fantastic too.

Lee at the ANZTB SIGIST

The mid-session food was quickly demolished and the well-stocked bar also did good trade. Jules Barnes (from AccessHQ) rounded out the evening with his talk “How to be a testing Gladiator”.

Thanks to the ANZTB for the opportunity to share our story. If you know anyone who might be suited to the software testing training we offer through EPIC Recruit Assist, please encourage them to apply.

(You can also read about this event via the ANZTB blog.)

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