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Thomas Goodnight - Define, Analyze Trace Requirements - Mesquite, TX, USA

Mitzy Thomas Goodnight

Mesquite, TX, USA

Services

Define, Analyze Trace Requirements

Summary:

Read, Reviewed and Analyzed System Requirements Documents as entry criteria to devise Functional Test Plans.

Work History

QualityEngineer II

XO Communications

May 2000 - November 2012

•Devised, developed, researched, engineered and led the Test Planning for test cycle releases
•Created test strategies
•Wrote and executed test plans, test scripts, and test scenarios (MS Word, Test Director, Quality Center-ALM)
•Supported client User Acceptance Test, client User Confirmation Test and Regression
test to support product deployment
•Provided on-site customer training and internal training
•Defect Management. (Clearquest)
•Performed requirements verification, test plan and test case walkthroughs
•Executed regression testing, functional testing, integration testing. (LINX-Siebel, TBS, Remedy)
•Mentored and trained new in-coming test engineers

QA Test Engineer

XO Communications

January 2000 - January 2012

Qualifications & Certifications

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science

Jackson State University

Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

Jackson State University

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