API: What to know

In 2012 Paul Graham tweeted: “API = self-serve biz dev”. I couldn’t help but reverse engineer what that means. In 2020, it still holds true today and I’ll share why. If you don’t know who Paul Graham is, he is, one of the product industry leaders who shares a breadth…

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With knowledge of product infrastructure you can apply it to your potential or current product manager role and reap the following benefits: EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION: You’ll know exactly which team and who to seek out or speak to for a feature you’re building which will allow you to make yourself and…

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As a product manager, having context of how a computer works will greatly help you understand the reasons or complexities that may arise when working with engineers for building your product.  As an aspiring product manager with no technical background, I did not go through any formal training to understand…

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Having interviewed tens of times with companies ranging from tiny startups to large enterprises, I still get most nervous about the technical portion of the interview. That’s because I come from a non technical background. To pile onto the anxiety, no two companies I’ve interviewed with have had the same…

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