All posts by Amy

About Amy

Amy E Reichert is a Freelance writer for a variety of topics focused mainly on QA testing, Agile, and technology trends. Amy has 23 years of professional experience as a QA Engineer/Analyst within the ERP, healthcare, and business management sectors. Many years of developing test process, leading diverse and inclusive teams as well as testing on mobile and web applications.

Follow me on:

Blogs: 3

Chaos Engineering – Making Chaos work for Software Testing

Thought Leadership

Chaos Engineering – Making Chaos work for Software Testing

At first glance, chaos engineering sounds similar to extreme programming in the early Agile days. Chaos meant random changes and continuously shifting requirements and application functionality.

July 11, 2022

view count4126 Views

Read time7 Min Read

Testing Centers of Excellence & (1)

Thought Leadership

Testing Centers of Excellence & Standardized QA Processes

TCoE or Testing Centers of Excellence refers to creating, supporting, and training QA testers using standardized testing procedures and processes. Long referred to as the QA Process, TCoEs are useful for establishing test organization in an Agile development environment.

June 30, 2022

view count5214 Views

Read time8 Min Read

Exploratory testing – Building skills through science, creativity, and intuition

Thought Leadership

Exploratory testing – Building skills through science, creativity, and intuition

QA testers must continuously learn and build their testing skills. The testing process changes constantly with ongoing speed to release pressure. The problem remains that defects find their way into every release seemingly regardless of the amount of time spent testing with formal manual and automated test scripts.

June 15, 2022

view count5532 Views

Read time11 Min Read