A few months ago, the company I co-founded Carrom, was acquired by Oyster. I joined Oyster to build the employment platform. It was officially 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.
The above is not an exhaustive list of things you have to learn. But this can help you get started.
These are very superficial. 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.
I will keep updating the list as I discover more quality content. You can follow me on Twitter if you are interested.