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ANZ Testing Board 2011 Conference: Testing Beyond Today

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Event Details

Date: March 28-30, 2011
Venue: Heritage Hotel, 35 Hobson Street, Auckland, New Zealand

 

Event Overview

The Australia & New Zealand Testing Board (ANZTB) 2011 Conference is themed, ‘Testing Beyond Today.’ It attracts not only testing specialists but also professionals from other IT disciplines such as developers, business analysts and managers.

The conference will explore solutions to current testing problems as well as stimulating discussion and debate on the roles of testers and testing in the coming years.

 

Session Details

Date: March 29, 2011
Time: 15:00 – 16:15 NZDT
Topic: I Wouldn’t Start From Here…
Speaker: Emily Mogic, Senior Project Manager - IVS, Infosys Australia & New Zealand

Session Description: Where is the testing discipline going? How will testers need to change? The story goes that a man upon asking directions to a certain town, received the reply, 'If I were going there, I wouldn't start from here!' The testing community must determine their next moves and their priorities for the coming years. In the presentation titled, "I wouldn't start from here..." Infosys Australia & New Zealand's' Emily Mogic shares insights on testing gained over ten years of field experience and answers key questions such as, "Where have we been?", "Where are we going?", and "What is our roadmap for the future?"

 

Speaker Profile

Emily Mogic

Emily Mogic has 10 years of testing experience. She is currently Senior Project Manager in the Independent Validation Solutions (IVS) team at Infosys Australia & New Zealand. Emily adopts both traditional and Agile methodologies to testing. She believes that projects must shape their testing approach based on risk and quality goals. Emily has gained acclaim as an Agile testing practitioner over the past five years, both within Infosys and externally.

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