Posts filed under: Tech

I love Las Vegas. But, this isn’t a travel post … I’m going in a different direction. The Vegas User model is a mental model I use to think about product development for a certain set of products. It’s also useful...
ML4T asked me to give a talk about Product Management to a group interested in tech....
Android is eating the world! It should be a well known fact to everyone that most smartphones in the world run Android. Estimates vary by who you ask, but IDC has Android at 78% of worldwide. [image source] [header image source]...
The Right Way to Ask Users for iOS Permissions I came across this and it’s truly a gem. I spent a good amount of time working on this problem for mobile gaming, but it’s an equally important problem for anyone...
Google Chat … A lot of people use GChat. Gmail is the largest free email service (reference). Since Gmail gives you a free instant message account … you now have a very large GChat has been an integral part of...
After just a few short months of doing independent consulting, I've got a few takeaways for anyone thinking about the switch....
Now that 2013 has passed and the new year is rushing in, you will see a lot of tech articles about it. Either it’s the best, worst, or most XXXX of 2013 or it’s predictions, guesses, and hunches for 2014....
I find myself … humbled For the last few years, I have held the belief that learning to program is like riding a bike. Although I have not professionally developed in ~3 years, I still “understand” software (go ahead and...
I don’t want anyone to think you need to go to business school  to be a good PM (plenty of terrible MBA PMs). Sadly, too many MBA PMs would have you think that MBA PMs are simply the best. BUT...
There is a commonly used saying among B2B tech companies that I’ve heard repeatedly while looking into the space: “Find a Pain Point … Then Solve It!” I’m not saying this doesn’t come up when talking to consumer companies, but …...

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