I’ve decided to do smaller releases of “Everyday Unit Testing”, and not wait for full chapters. I’m going to send out emails once a month with the accumulating changes, but releases would be more frequent.

As to this one, this is a brief history about how developer testing (unit testing and integration testing) came to be what it is today. That means most developers don’t do it, and those who do are reading the book 🙂

I’ve put the section under the Economics chapter, because the state of testing today is driven mostly by money, less from technical experience.

Enjoy and give me feedback!

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