Last year the company I co-founded Carrom, was acquired by Oyster. I joined Oyster to build the remote HR platform. It was my first time in a product role. Although I have been creating products for a good part of my life, I felt I lacked a lot of basic product management wisdom.
Over the past few months, I’ve been learning about the missing pieces with guidance from a few great mentors. I have curated a list of blog posts, books, and videos I’ve consumed along the way.
<aside> 💡 This is not an exhaustive list of things you have to learn. But this can help you get started.
It might also work for non-engineers. But I might have taken some things for granted that I already know. Hence the title Product Management for Engineers.
List of articles
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