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Scaling in Tech Roles
Get tips on growing from a developer to a leader in your career.
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Building your Tech Stack
Understand the various nitty gritties in building the tech stack of your organisation
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Building, Leading & Managing Tech Teams
Learn from Vbhore's 10+ years of experience of building high performing tech teams

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Previously Answered Questions

Does connecting between teams in the remote world become an issue in scaling products?
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Does connecting between teams in the remote world become an issue in scaling products?

Most of the open source platforms that have been built, have been built by people across the world. A bunch of people who built elastic search, were not co-located at the same place. You need to take the chance and ensure that there is a framework for communicating functional objectives which is much more open ended and free in a zone of trust, where you can have conversations about, where we are headed towards, the challenges we are facing and how to overcome them. As everyone follows the same process we need to try to get more value out of it because ultimately it is all about people.

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What is the difference between a product manager and a project manager?
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What is the difference between a product manager and a project manager?

The whole process of doing reviews, statues and all that makes you a project manager and not a product manager.Product manager should enable and empower more people and their accountability.As a product person one has to know what the users want and find out when the users don’t know what they want. Product manager's job is not to hustle people to build what you ask them to build. Most product guys do not make that distinction and that is how they end up focusing more on scrum, kanban, etc. Most product guys end up pushing people to build stuff, but great product guys move the product forward. Because they believe you can move the product forward, which will move them forward also. I believe that influencing is more powerful than control.

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How should you go about building a rapport with developers?
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How should you go about building a rapport with developers?

I think you got to be logical, you got to have camaraderie and you know you got to make people understand and believe that everybody is on the same side. Let's take an example that you go to a car mechanic because you’ve been struggling with something with your vehicle. You don’t know about the vehicle inside out. The car mechanic is able to convince you about the problem, the price he will charge and you try and negotiate, understand, haggle , figure out from your own logical perspective what is wrong, what is not wrong, question it and then you finally agree. Right? It’s a very crude analogy I’m giving, but you know, you’re in a much better space, because you can go on the net, understand what people have said about, ask them logical questions about what your understanding is, and they can help you give their perspective.

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How do you determine the technical framework to be followed by your team?
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How do you determine the technical framework to be followed by your team?

A framework is not the real deal. The thing that matters is the philosophical strategy that you build up on working your product. Thinking in the perspective of the users interest gives the best product and by reverse engineering from there helps you in creating a worthy product in terms of users. Product management works on the concept of prioritizing things that are progressive and impactful which makes choice making more crucial to build a good product.

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How should you lead a tech team if you are from a non-tech background?
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How should you lead a tech team if you are from a non-tech background?

One must research efficiently by asking right questions and getting appropriate answers and repeat it iteratively till sufficient knowledge is gained. Work along with the diversified people from various teams that contribute to the final product. A challenge of trust is also very much essential because one cannot be master of everything. Build a good rapport with technical team and work together to stay on the same page of understanding and also operating in the business context expecting some effort and work all the teams that satisfy the needs in development of the product.

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What should be my first steps after becoming a PM?
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What should be my first steps after becoming a PM?

In the first week you look at the landscape, who are the competitors, direct and lateral. What are they doing, why are they doing what they’re doing. And then look at any industry report available out there on how people are using platforms, why are they using it, what content is working, what is not working. What are user expectations, how are pricing models working , if that is your scope of work and form an understanding of the space itself. Then look at the product in question. Where does it stand in comparison to everything else? Be it features, be it pricing models, be it quality of service and so on and so forth. And then, based on your understanding, have a conversation with people, without sharing your perception or opinion based on your research. And then calibrate, reduce or amplify what your learning is based on understanding from the field. Always learn about the product outside-in. Because inside-out will always have a bias.

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