Hello some programmers might know about the lean philosophy,
building a minimal viable product Lean Startup MVP.
I ask myself (when building Webapps):
"Should I put effort into writing good reusable code, testing etc."
"Write quick and dirty code. It just works. The customer does not care what kind of programming pattern you used etc. He/she just wants to use it."
So reading the article about a MVP is a bit paradox to me. On the one hand it says:
"version of a new product which allows a team to collect the maximum amount of validated learning about customers"
on the other:
...begin the learning process as quickly as possible
So which actually has a higher priority? To me this is a trade-off between time and quality. Correct me if I did not understand it.