Breaking down your E2E tests – an example

Over the last year or two, I’ve found myself talking about contract testing more and more often, in talks, workshops, as well as when I’m working with clients. One of the promises of contract testing is that it will help reduce your dependency on long, slow, expensive end-to-end tests. But how does that work in practice?

2023 – A year in review

Yes, it is that time of the year again: the days are short, cold and (especially this year) particularly rainy, and it is time to look back on what 2023 brought me, professionally, as well as look ahead to what I would like to focus on in 2024.

Sending multipart requests in RestAssured.Net

This week sees the release of RestAssured.Net version 4.2.0. Next to support for .NET 8, which has been released earlier this month, one of the most significant changes has been made in the support for creating and sending multipart requests. In this blog post, I want to share some more details on these improvements.