Hi, I'm Jamie Tanna (he/him/his) Jamie Tanna's profile image, and I'm currently a Software Quality Engineer 2 with a passion for backend engineering, especially with regard to APIs and automation.

I've been building up my experience working in a DevOps environment while working at Capital One UK as a Software Development Engineer and am now diving into the details of how we prove out the quality in our software as a Software Quality Engineer.

I currently live in Nottingham.

I use my site as a method of blogging about my learnings, as well as sharing information about projects I have previously, or are currently, working on in my spare time.

I'm a GNU/Linux user, a big advocate for the Free Software Movement, and I try to self host my own services where possible, instead of relying on other providers.

Drop me an email at hi@jamietanna.co.uk, or using any of the other social links below.

Below you can find the first 10 posts on my site. For the other 114 posts, check out the /posts/ page.

Verify if a field in a JSON response is not set with Rest Assured

How to verify whether a field is not present in a JSON Rest Assured Response.

Pretty Print JSON with Java

How to pretty print a JSON object using Java and Jackson.

Gotcha: URL Encoding for consecutive double slashes issue with Rest Assured

How to workaround consecutive double slashes being URL encoded (as %2Fs) in Rest Assured.


A recap of PHPMiNDS' April meetup.

Marking up my pronouns with Microformats

Adding my pronouns to my personal h-card to help others determine how I identify.

Tech Nottingham April

A recap of Tech Nottingham's April meetup.

Prettier HTML Reports for Cucumber-JVM

How to generate prettier HTML reports for Cucumber with cucumber-reporting and cucumber-reporting-plugin, with and without Jenkins.

Adding a JSON Feed to my site

Setting up JSON feed for site for better interoperability with the IndieWeb.

Viewing X.509 DER Certificate Fingerprints with OpenSSL

How to view an X.509 DER certificate's fingerprint using openssl commands.

Viewing X.509 PEM Certificate Fingerprints with OpenSSL

How to view an X.509 PEM certificate's fingerprint using openssl commands.