Software Development Practices: Drive-By-Testing

When you develop a prototype, functionality and features need to be delivered in time. You push feature after feature, relying mostly on manual tests and maybe, occasionally using automatic test as well. It’s not that you don’t want to test. Its more that time constraints make developing a stable code base and a stable test suite more tedious then beneficial. How to cope with this challenge?

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