Author: Lauren Hepler In urban areas like Paris, San Francisco and Boston, there is no shortage of carsharing providers with creatively-capitalized names, from Zipcar and Car2Go to Getaround or City CarShare. Now, however, the carsharing...
Leadership job interview is ultra-competitive. But those who prepare stand out no matter what. THREAD: 15 UNCOMMON interview questions asked at Google, Amazon and Netflix and what they really mean:
CSS Tip 💡 You can create text portrait using 2 lines of CSS. Code👇 Output👇 pic.twitter.com/81rKRESG9y
If you hold a Unix shell up to your ear, you can hear the C.
Storytelling is a product management superpower. Here are 9 principles to help every product manager get better at it 🧵 ⬇️
Nearly a week since ~400 companies can not use any @Atlassian products like JIRA, Confluence. I've talked to several impacted teams and they are upset how poorly Atlassian is handling the biggest outage these teams experienced. A thread on what Atlassian needs to fix and why: pic.twitter.com/e4GqMDyifY
"How can I plead any harder? What will it take? What can my colleagues and I do to stop this catastrophe unfolding now all around us with such excruciating clarity?" Here's the op-ed. Please share this thread theguardian.com/commentisfree…
'Product Sense' interview rounds are becoming common for Product Management roles. You're asked about your favorite product and then asked follow-up questions on it. Here are 4 traits to demonstrate in these rounds and come out a winner. 🧵
@aussielunix @matthewpskelton @manupaisable @TeamTopologies It's never been just the tech. Socio-technical systems theory requires us to jointly optimize the symbiotic relationship between technical enablement and cultural empowerment to see system performance improvements. Well supported, well equiped workers to better.
🎉 It's finally out: My guide on how to create a fixed color palette for #dataviz in organizations! I’ve never worked longer on and interviewed more people for an article: blog.datawrapper.de/colors-fo…
A problem that is endemic to the whole developer community is the urge to "rewrite everything". It is the one of the most harmful practices in software engineering. Why? (thread)
Lieber @tobiashans die Automobilindustrie hat die Entscheidung bereits getroffen: - #eMobility bei PKWs - H2 bei Long Range Heavy Trucks - eFuel fuer Bestandsfahrzeuge - Ende von Diesel/Benzin-Antrieben Das ist die wichtige Technologieoffenheit die wir benoetigen! twitter.com/tobiashans/sta…
One of the most frustrating parts of being a PM is dealing with difficult stakeholders. 5 ways that I manage stakeholders to build trust or simply minimize the noise 🙃
As a product manager, you'll never have enough time to do everything. Here are 9 resources guaranteed to help you get things done without burning out 🧵 ⬇️
Brilliant visualisation. twitter.com/kirstinferguso…
New 0800-DEVOPS #35: Radical collaboration podcast w/ 🎧 @realMattKParker, Advice Process, non-tooling DevSecOps by @madplatt, eng.mngmt resources by @ShawnAxsom,Systems thinking resources by @RobStuttaford Book recomm': The Culture Map by @ErinMeyerINSEAD croz.net/news/0800-devo…
Yesterday I had a brief moment of silence in the car and of course, my brain filled it with thoughts of work. I was trying to think about why I (and many others of us) have so much frustration about how things get done. 🧵
Most product managers have calendars that look like Tetris. But you can't get important work done if you haven't got room to think. To be successful, you need to take control of your schedule before someone else does.
Startup founders just can't resist 😅 pic.twitter.com/vpjC5mupMY
How digital is Ukraine? The delivery app in Kyiv managed to sync with air raids systems. When an alert is on, all orders are halted and people automatically get their money back.
The business I work for has been transitioning from project-led, to product-led for the last few years. Here are some of the things I've learnt during that time 🧵: #product #prodmgmt #productmanagement
Product management frameworks don’t matter as much as you think they do. But some are still useful. Here are 11 that every product manager should know 🧵 ⬇️
Just finished the 2nd edition of the DevOps Handbook. So, so good, loved the added case studies. When I am king, this will be required reading. Thanks @RealGeneKim, @jezhumble, @patrickdebois, @botchagalupe, @nicolefv and @allspaw! pic.twitter.com/kugoRoPVQr
I want to tell you about a reframing that's been important for my mental health and directing energy where it belongs.
Most startup pitches I see suck. The products are good. What is missing is the story. If you are raising money, the story has to come first. Here is the framework I have used to build compelling stories that have raised over $200 million for my own startups:
Management isn't about having all the answers. It's often about using a perfectly timed question. 7 Questions for Your Hardest Management Moments 🧵
I asked, "What’s the best no-code tool for startups?" I received 100+ replies. Here are 10 no-code tools every startup must know:
Your startup may have the best product in the world... But if your landing page sucks, no one will ever use it. The 5 best threads on landing pages in the history of Twitter:
"Platform Engineering" is rapidly becoming the new DevOps or SRE. Almost every day we hear about another org building an internal developer platform or control plane. Want to know what platform engineering is, where the trends are going, and why you should care? Read on 🧵👇
- As Kubernetes surged in popularity in 2017, it created a vibrant ecosystem
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