A modern data stack has a number of components that you can’t live without. Until about a month ago, I’m really embarrassed to say that I never considered or even thought about data observability. Maybe the concept in a different form, like “notification and monitoring”. But after my discussion with my friends over at Monte […]
You can expand your apis with suggested information the user might not know. Knowledge graphs are the key.
If you are a non-technical leader trying to start a tech org, it can be difficult. Here is a blueprint.
How to structure teams for API first development isn't as complicated as you might think.
I learned the right way to create good friction. That is the only way business can move forward.
By using agile methods to continuously improve and move your product(s) forward, you can understand who your consumers are through investigation and experimentation. Knowing your consumers is essential to having a successful product. Build a feature that a market wants and then test specific functions and design aspects often. Customer Interviews Engage with the people […]
So often I get requests like “I need this metric.” or “When can we have this report?” Part of the job is enablement and facilitation but there is also the part where you help people to understand the story that is told with the metrics. If you want to be considered a leader in a […]
When you think of product management, or product in general, it is pretty common to focus on the primary goals of ideation, getting to market, establishing your user base and ongoing feature development. For most PMs this is the product lifecycle and it is almost always managed from a present state and planning “new” things. […]
So I decided to run a survey to see what people think are the most important aspects of their job and what keeps them happy. I sent the survey out and got some really good responses. The vast majority of responses were from the Austin market. Objectively, it shows a trend towards wanting to be […]