I present you 4 books I’ve read over the year and a half that really made an impact on my technical product management thinking. They span the management-product spectrum, but leaning towards “management”. That’s partly because I already felt comfortable on the product side and partly because I haven’t written that post yet.
One of the main tenets of agile methodology is working software trumps extensive documentation. You get something to work, and then iterate based on the quick feedback. It sounds great in theory, and in my experience, works reasonably well in practice. All software estimates are wrong, so agile is also wrong, but it produces software and does it without inflicting too much damage on those who build it. But how do you square this way […]