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Product Breaking Point To Breakthrough: How To Drive Successful Product Reviews

The Product Coalition

I enjoyed in-person meetings, especially in-person product review meetings. Early in the pandemic, this led me to resent virtual meetings, especially virtual product review meetings. This particular product review meeting was a breaking point. I struggled to figure out how to run the product review meeting effectively.

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Calm’s Will Larson on how to build a technical leadership career

Intercom, Inc.

After writing An Elegant Puzzle about the challenges of engineering management in high-growth organizations, his focus shifted to a career path that’s much less understood – the technical leadership track. Or does this whole tech career thing support the writing? Architect, Tech Lead, Solver, and Right Hand. I don’t know.

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Challenges of Product Management and How to Overcome Them

Alchemer Mobile

If you can’t explain what makes your favorite apps great from a technical, marketing, and product perspective, chances are you have some learning to do. Due to its murkiness, there are a few common myths that plague product management across industries and company size. My technical skills aren’t advanced enough (15%).

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How to Ace Technical Program Manager Interview Questions at Facebook

PMLesson's Ace the PM Interview

Being one of the largest tech companies on the planet, it should come as no surprise that landing a job at Facebook is not necessarily a walk in the park. This is especially true if you're looking to join the technical program management team. The questions are both challenging and Facebook-specific.

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Where does Production fit within the Design Cycle

UX Planet

Wikipedia defines Production Artists as: “…a technical and creative position in a creative profession. The degree of technical knowledge required for some production art work may be comparable to higher skilled engineering, especially with computers.”

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Agile vs. Waterfall: Which Methodology is Right For Your Project?

PMLesson's Ace the PM Interview

A common question for product managers, project managers, technical program managers, and software developers alike is what methodology to use given a project. Design After the requirements are established, the developers are responsible for designing technical solutions to the product requirements.

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Artificial Intelligence for Localization: Cutting Through the Hype to Develop Our Product

The Product Coalition

The glossaries and translation memories used on these platforms for one project can technically be used by other projects as well. how do you cope with the technical side of the issue? After all, you’re translators, not tech wizzes. The task of “retraining the machine” sounds pretty technical and fairly ambitious.