Category: Product, Projekt & Agile

  • Every concept starts with a con

    Every concept starts with a con

    Every concept starts with a con Solid Product Management Advise Unfortunately I lost the source for this quote and it’s sat in my drafts folder for more than a quarter. Still I felt like I need to write down a few thoughts about it and share it here. Because it’s actually solid advice to any […]

  • Agile Theatre

    Did you ever work in waterfall managed projects? Coming to a company that introduced agile just recently, chances are you will recognise plenty of behavioural patterns. Playing the waterfall game to pretend to be agile is called an agile theatre.

  • 6 product management trends

    January is still the month to make predictions for the coming year. I covered a few articles of different areas in other blog posts before, and today its productboard to make predictions for 2022.

  • Product School launches Product Manifesto

  • AWS announces CloudFront Functions

    AWS announced general availability of “CloudFront Functions“. The product allows deploying lightweight functions on the edge of CloudFront’s CDN deployment, bringing logic close to the end user. After CloudFlare initiated a trend with their Workers, AWS is the third major cloud player to enter the space with this offering. The purpose of such an architecture […]

  • #ProductMonthChallenge

    30 Days to a Better PM – That’s the goal of Product School’s #ProductMonthChallange. A different challenge for the entire month of April. Part of the challenge is to share your intentions on social media – like I do with this writing – but you can also follow Instagram. The challenge will start April 1st. […]

  • Building a SaaS

    Building a product is always for a customer. Developing with this fact in mind helps developers turn their love for technology into more relevant results. Jake Levirne explains the approach for very technical products at Digital Ocean in a small series of videos. Digital Ocean Blog.

  • Third-Party API Economy.

    How to Give Your Users Superpowers Application Programming Interfaces, or APIs, thrive and give companies an edge for focusing on very specific issues. While the pattern has been around sind the early 2000s, the ecosystem only started to develop this rapidly recently. Only to make an example, Twilio started their service as an API only […]

  • Introducing TensorFlow Recommenders

    TensorFlow, the open-source machine-learning library, introduced a library to make recommendations easier. Recommendations are a crucial component for e-Commerce but also other web-services. Good recommendations help build a better user experience and drive customer engagement. The more time consumers spend on a site, the quicker customers find what they are looking for, the better their […]

  • DigitalOcean’s TIDE Conference

    DigitalOcean today published the recordings from their virtual TIDE EMEA Online Cloud Conference. The videos are available on youtube as a playlist. Honorary mention for the Product Management related track.