Start small to get ahead faster: that’s the principle I want to share with you today.
I recently got an email from someone who works at a startup.
Startups are not very well-known for baking in a ton of unit testing at the beginning of a project.
They are focused on getting out their minimum viable product (MVP), as well they should be. The last thing they need is to spend limited cash on bells and whistles that nobody wants.
Quality, however, is neither a bell, nor a whistle. It’s what your clients will expect. As such, the person who wrote me wanted to know how to use the Sonar product that I recently wrote about.
Of course, there’s a lot more that I could say, but maybe that would have deterred him from trying out the product at all.
If you are also starting from scratch with this effort, this is all you need to do. When you’re ready for more, drop me a line.
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