Hi, I'm Jamie Tanna 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 101 posts, check out the /posts/ page.

Specifying datetime in your Hugo posts' front matter

Setting your posts' date to a datetime string to specify the time a post was published at.

Marking up Events with Microformats

Announcing the events content type and their markup with h-event.

Easily rewriting Git URLs from HTTPS to SSH and vice versa

How to use Git's config to rewrite HTTPS URLs to SSH and vice versa, for repo pushes and pulls.

Homebrew Website Club: Nottingham, Session 1

A recap of our first Homebrew Website Club: Nottingham.

Adding the microformats h-entry markup to my blog posts

Announcing the addition of the h-entry markup to my blog posts.

Displaying Webmentions on my Hugo website

How and why I've gone about getting Webmentions rendered on my static Hugo site.

Setting up a personal hCard for myself

Setting up an hCard to allow microformats parsing for details about myself.

Homebrew Website Club: Nottingham

Thoughts about setting up the first Homebrew Website Club in Nottingham.

I'm Not Good With People

A bit of a raw look about how I'm really poor in social situations, how I've got to this realisation, and how I want to do better about it.

Verifying Signed JWTs (JWS) with Node.JS

How to use the jsonwebtoken and node-jose libraries to verify the signature of a Signed JSON Web Token (JWS) with Node.JS.