In a previous post, we talked about why developer experiences are so critical in today’s modern technology focused world. A subsequent post focused on APIs – how they help enable developer experiences and drive exponential end-user value. In this post I focus on building APIs and 11 lessons that have been invaluable in my journey as an API focused Product Manager.
ProductCamp Boston hosted its annual conference last weekend – this year’s event had more than 500 ‘Product People’, making it the largest ProductCamp in the world. For me, the most fascinating observation was how Product Managers across all kinds of organizations- enterprise or consumer oriented, small or large, and catering to very different customer segments face a very similar set of daily challenges and can use similar tools to deal with these.
The conference had over 80 sessions catering to different facets of Product Management. Having had the opportunity to attend five sessions through the day, I wanted to share some takeaways that resonated:Continue reading “Five Practical Product Management Lessons from ProductCamp Boston”