Archive for July, 2014

Held in the occasionally sunny climes of Brisbane that are my backyard, the Australian Workshop on Software Testing 2014 was too great an opportunity to pass up (even though I almost did).  This small, relentless and incredibly valuable peer conference lived surpassed the high expectations that had been set by my first visit to this conference down in Sydney last year.

Organised yet again by Dave Greenlees, facilitated by Rich Robinson and having the discussion guided by James Bach, the Saturday and Sunday spun by in a kaleidoscope of risk, incisive questioning and animated (but for the most part orderly, thanks to the inconspicuous attentions of Rich) discussion.  While I could write a lot more about it from a personal perspective, Joey Corea’s blog post summed up the conference very nicely (first-timer or otherwise).