Sastri Munsamy

Sastri Munsamy

Executive: Technology and Innovation for Inspired Testing

Sastri is a passionate and engaging mentor, educator and speaker with extensive experience of real-world testing and automation projects. He has worked in the consultancy industry for over 17 years. He has implemented test automation on various systems ranging from desktop, Web, SAP and mobile applications in multiple industries across the world, with an emphasis on defining an efficient and profitable automation strategy. As a mentor, Munsamy has hosted testing community meetups in Cape Town and Johannesburg, and has guest spoken at numerous industry events.


Inspired Testing has launched a new web performance audit service designed to help companies identify, troubleshoot and rectify user experience issues before they can affect their business performance.

Many software quality engineers (SQE) give a little shudder when they hear the term ‘AI’, associating it with potential job loss. Today’s testing and software quality assurance (SQA) industry relies on a human workforce to manage tasks such as manually-driven exploratory testing and to create automated functional tests.

Published in News
Thursday, 20 May 2021 05:00

Continuous Integration – What Why How

Continuous Integration (CI) is the process of continually adding to the software code pool and integrating new code during the development cycle. By ensuring new code is integrated early and often, developers aren’t faced with the much larger task of adding large tracts of new or updated code too late in the cycle, making it far more complex to integrate and troubleshoot.
Published in Software Testing
Wednesday, 19 May 2021 05:00

Software Testers - What Why How

As a Software Tester, you are primarily responsible for ensuring that the quality of software of an application or a website meets a client’s requirements, meets a certain level of functionality or performance, and achieves what it was designed to perform without any issues or bugs.
Published in Software Testing
Monday, 12 April 2021 09:33

What is Software Testing?

Software Testing is a general term for the various processes and methodologies used to test software – including applications, websites, software components and entire systems – to ensure it meets the requirements of the business, matches user expectations, and is error (or defect) free.
Published in Software Testing
Monday, 12 April 2021 09:28

The top 5 reasons to test your website

Your website is a window to your business. It represents everything you do – your brand, your culture, your attention to detail. It’s also very often a functional part of your revenue generating infrastructure, especially if your business is partly or wholly e-commerce based.
Published in Software Testing
Software Quality is one of the most important considerations for organisations working in the modern, digitally transforming world – especially the world learning to live with a ‘new normal’ of workplace dynamics and social interactions.
Published in Software Testing
Saturday, 10 April 2021 09:15

5 ways to test your website

Testing your website regularly is the only way to ensure it performs optimally, is usable, secure, stable and compatible with different devices. But as websites become more complex, so the different ways of testing your website become increasingly important.
Performance Testing is different to other types of software and website testing in that it doesn’t seek to find defects, but instead tests for bottlenecks that could potentially impact real-world performance. Whether it’s a slow-loading page or a site that falls over with too many users, using the right type of Performance Testing should find the problem and offer workable solutions.
Published in Software Testing
Functional Testing is perhaps the most common and widely-used type of Software Testing. As the name suggest, Functional Testing seeks to test how well (or not) the different functions and features of a software application, system or website work in practice. In other words, Functional Testing specifically looks at what software does, and is based on either pre-determined requirements or business use case.
Published in Software Testing
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