I made a post on LinkedIn and Facebook, so I thought I would make an official announcement here on my website. After two and a half amazing years at Answer, I have accepted an offer to be the Director of Product Management at Jazva, a Pasadena-based startup creating software for e-commerce companies.
One topic has been weighing heavily on my mind recently. It involves what I think is one of the more difficult aspects of product management: saying no to product ideas. As a product manager, you get feedback on your products from everyone: users, executives, business representatives, engineers, designers, etc. Gathering their thoughts can provide you … Continue reading Saying No to Product Ideas
Hi everyone (really it's no one). Sorry for the lack of posts on this page. My laptop has been acting up recently, which has hampered my ability to write longer posts. I am considering getting a new laptop, particularly the new Pixelbook by Google. If that's the case, I should be able to write more … Continue reading A Brief Update
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