Amy Reichert

Freelance QA SME/Test Engineer

Amy Reichert is a QA test professional with 20-plus years of experience. Amy has been a QA tester within a variety of software development teams. Amy has extensive experience in QA process development and planning, team leadership and management, and QA project management. She has worked with multiple types of software development methodologies including Waterfall, Agile, Scrum and Kanban, as well as customized combinations of each. Amy enjoys continuing to improve her software testing craft. She also writes about software development and testing topics.

In her spare time, Amy enjoys gardening, cat management and the great outdoors.

See What Amy Reichert Has Written:

10 Ways to Achieve QA Testing Career Growth

Empower your career — and your personal life — by leveling up your skills

Jumpstart Your Software Testing Education

Testers have a variety of options to upskill and grow professionally

What Is the SAFe Agile Framework (Scaled Agile Framework)?

Learn what SAFe is, and how it can help organizations scale and distribute Agile practices

Kanban vs. Scrum vs. Scrumban for Agile Teams

How to decide on an Agile work management approach that delivers positive results.

Why Merging DesignOps and DevOps Benefits the Whole Org

To follow through on shared business goals, align designers and developers end-to-end

Finding Hidden Defects Using Investigative Testing

Take an investigative approach to overcome defect fatigue

What Is a Hotfix? Software Patches Explained

Use hotfixes in moderation only

5 Factors Driving the Importance of Inclusive Design

Prioritize accessibility to stay ahead of the curve and the competition