I love creating courses and content for my fellow testers. Over the years I have learned a lot about testing in various ways, and I’m glad that I can help other testers in some small way.
I have a few cool things that I’ve been up to recently, but the big excitement for me right now has to do with Postman. I was contacted by Packt Publishing asking if I would be interested in writing a book about using Postman for API testing and development. The idea was very interesting to me, but as a I have a full time day job and spend a lot of my spare time creating courses, I didn’t think I would be able to do it and so I had to turn down the offer.
However, I love API testing and I think Postman is a great tool and the more I thought about it, the more I wanted to do it. I ended up reaching out to my boss and having a discussion about it, and we decided that I would reduce my hours and take off one day a week so that I would have some time to work on this book. I am grateful to my employer for their flexibility on this. And now? Well, I have some writing to do!
The book won’t be coming out for a while, but if you can’t wait to see some of the things that you might be able to learn, you should check out the Ultimate Postman Tutorial for API Testing that I just published on the TestProject blog. This tutorial will help you get up and running with using Postman and give you a bit of taste for what you might get in my book.
I might not have much time to post on this blog over the next few months, as many of my keystrokes will be dedicated to putting together a book that I can be proud of. I’m nervous and excited about this. Wish me luck!