Perth SIGiST – 1 May 2018 – All Round a Success



ANZTB recently ran a round-table discussion forum as one of the regular Special Interest Groups in Software Testing (SIGiST) in Perth.

Five tables were organised, each with a different topic, and attendees cycled through to a different table every 12 minutes to give them the opportunity to contribute to discussions on each topic.  Each table had a facilitator that had expert knowledge in the topic to share their experiences and ensure that everyone was included in the discussion.  We had people from different backgrounds, which enabled participants to learn different perspectives on the topic. Continue reading


ANZTB SIGiST Auckland – 5 Oct 2017


The Auckland SIGiST event for this quarter was a great success with over 120 attendees.

The first presenter Pramod Bommisetty from Barfoot and Thompson presented on the three Ws (What, When and Why) of test automation in the cloud. He explained the advantages, like better handling of scalability, instant access, portability with very little overhead and low cost. He discussed the challenges and risks related to cloud tools. His presentation also highlighted the pros and cons of the available cloud platforms for testing.  This presentation can be found on our Downloads page.  Continue reading

ANZTB SIGIST Sydney 29th August 2017

A great crowd at the Sydney ANZTB SIGIST on Tuesday night, with standing room only at one stage.


The two topics Test Automation and Testing careers were certainly trending areas of conversation, which were a big draw for the evening.  It was nice to see some familiar faces with a lot of people returning to this event after attending previous SIGIST, plus a Welcome to new comers. Continue reading

ANZTB SIGISTs – Call for Presenters!


The Australia and New Zealand Testing Board (ANZTB) facilitates free Special Interest Groups in Software Testing (SIGIST) events in capital cities throughout Australia and New Zealand.  These events provide testing professionals, or anyone interested in testing, the opportunity to share their experiences in software testing, or learn from the experiences of others.  Continue reading