Melissa Ngau

  • @msngau
  • Delivery Lead and Quality Advocate, Midnyte City
  • she/her/they
  • Australia
Melissa Ngau has had a 16 year career in Testing and Technology Leadership. As a lifelong Tester, she...  
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2021

Jun 21, 2021
Jun 21, 2021
Hosted an event
Moderated a panel
Facilitated a panel
+ 1

Midnyte City presents Tech Women on Boards

Mar 24, 2021
Mar 24, 2021
Spoke at an event

Midnyte City presents An intro to  unlocking the DORA metrics @MelbAgile

2020

Sep 01, 2020
Sep 01, 2020
Started a new role at Midnyte City
Excited to join Midnyte City as Delivery Lead and Quality Advocate! 🎉
Delivery Lead and Quality Advocate, Midnyte City

2019

Oct 10, 2019
Oct 10, 2019
Spoke at a meetup
Ran a workshop

Feedback! How to give and receive it gracefully @TechLeadLadies


Have you or has anyone you know struggled with 'feedback'?

Conversations like these can be crucial in aligning and engaging people around you regardless of your role, beliefs, experience, age or position.

Whether the challenge is with the giving or the receiving of feedback, we want you to leave this hand's-on workshop with confidence that you can successfully master the subtle art of continuous improvement through feedback.

Melissa thrives on close collaboration with people, this fuels her drive for continual learning. She has fulfilled a variety of roles that focus on a deeper understanding of why and what over the how in order to deliver real value for customers. Through this emerged her exploration into building cross-competency collaboration within teams.

2017

Dec 08, 2017
Dec 08, 2017
Spoke at a conference

Testers in a Startup. Really? @tconfmelbourne


Startups usually don't hire testers, but ours did. In this talk we'll explore why our startup hired us instead of just hiring developers, how it worked out for us and our journey to evolve into a testerless environment.

Our combined experience spans over three decades working in IT which allowed us to help the teams in our Startup develop capabilities in exploratory, performance and automated testing.

We will also discuss how we managed to keep our jobs after we successfully made ourselves redundant.

Slides
Aug 12, 2017
Aug 12, 2017
Spoke at a conference

Testers in a Startup. Really? @DDDMelb


Startups usually don't hire testers, but ours did. In this talk we'll explore why our startup hired us instead of just hiring developers, how it worked out for us and our journey to evolve into a testerless environment.

Our combined experience spans over three decades working in IT which allowed us to help the teams in our Startup develop capabilities in exploratory, performance and automated testing.

We will also discuss how we managed to keep our jobs after we successfully made ourselves redundant.
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