Cooking the best omelette is all about technique and ingredients. Here's a simple recipe for a classic French omelette that will turn out perfectly every time: Ingredients: 2 eggs Salt and pepper, to taste 1 tablespoon unsalted butter Instructions: Crack the eggs into a bowl and whisk them together with a fork. Season with salt … Continue reading How to cook an Omelette!
Myths of Agile Development
Are you tired of hearing the same old myths about agile development? Well, let's put those misconceptions to rest, shall we?Myth #1: Agile means "winging it."Just because agile development emphasizes flexibility and adaptability doesn't mean that teams are just "flying by the seat of their pants." Agile teams still have a clear plan, goals, and … Continue reading Myths of Agile Development
Product Market Fit
Are you struggling to find the right market for your product or service? You're not alone! The truth is, many startups and even established companies struggle to achieve product-market fit. But it's not impossible! Product-market fit is the process of determining the right market for a product or service. It's the point at which a … Continue reading Product Market Fit
Starting a new career
Starting a new career can be daunting, but it's also incredibly exciting! It's an opportunity to grow, learn, and achieve your goals. Many people are held back by fear of the unknown and the uncertainty that comes with a new career path. But remember, taking risks and stepping out of your comfort zone is how … Continue reading Starting a new career
On being laid-off
"Today, I received the news that I've been laid off. It was a shock, and I'm still trying to process the emotions that come with it. Losing a job can be a difficult and emotional experience. It can be hard to accept that the job that once brought you stability and security is no longer … Continue reading On being laid-off
Pirate metrics, also known as the AARRR model, is a framework for measuring the growth of a product or business. It was developed by Dave McClure, a venture capitalist and startup advisor, and is based on the idea that businesses can be understood through five key metrics: acquisition, activation, retention, referral, and revenue. The five … Continue reading Pirate Metrics!
Metrics to measure product performance
Product managers use various metrics to measure the performance of a product. These metrics can help product managers to understand how the product is performing in the market and identify areas for improvement. Some common metrics that product managers use to measure the performance of a product include: User adoption: This metric measures the number … Continue reading Metrics to measure product performance
What is an Empathy Map?
An empathy map is a tool that is used to understand the thoughts, feelings, and behaviors of a specific group of users or customers. It is a visual representation of the user experience that helps product managers and other professionals to understand the needs and perspectives of their target audience. An empathy map typically includes … Continue reading What is an Empathy Map?
Build an MVP using Double-Diamond technique
The double-diamond process is a design thinking approach that is often used to develop minimum viable products (MVPs). An MVP is a product that has the minimum set of features needed to test and validate a product concept with users or customers. To use the double-diamond process to develop an MVP, product managers and other … Continue reading Build an MVP using Double-Diamond technique
What is design thinking?
Design thinking is a problem-solving approach that is focused on understanding the needs of users and creating solutions that meet those needs in an innovative and practical way. It is a process that is often used in product development and other fields to develop new ideas and solve complex problems. The design thinking process typically … Continue reading What is design thinking?