Testing Like It Was 1980

In the past I’ve discussed the idea of being able to recover context by test thinking. Here I want to reframe that idea a bit by recovering the context of what automation was like in the early 1980s. I think it’s important for testers to know their history. So let’s dive back to the 80s where, to quote Back to the Future, “we don’t need roads” — but we did need tests!

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