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4 Cloud Tutorials to try
Cloud computing tutorials are a great way to get hands-on exposure to technical concepts, tools, and services throughout the SDLC (software development life cycle).
Here are 4 beginner tutorials to get you started.
8 Must-Know Tech Terms
An important part of being technical is being able to speak and comprehend common technical terms and lingo, which requires fundamental tech knowledge.
To get you started, here are 8 must-know technical terms in the software industry.
3 Must Learn Tools
Streamline your work as a PM and get familiar with the software development process by learning popular tools and services used in the software industry.
To get you started, here are 3 popular Software Tools you should know.
FROM THE BLOG
3 Tips for writing business requirements for your engineering team
The business requirements doc (BRD) and user stories are the two main ways we collaborate with dev teams to build out features/apps, so it goes a long way to get it right.
Here are 3 examples of business requirements from Skiplevel founder and instructor, Irene Yu's personal experience as a dev working with BRDs and user stories.
What is Web3? Breaking down Web2 vs Web3
In every day conversations, Web3 is used as an umbrella term for the blockchain, cryptocurrency, and NFTs.. but Web3 really refers to the next iteration of the world wide web (www) where the internet is "decentralized via blockchains"...
Learn the difference between Web3 and Web2 and how the rise of Web3 affects you.
Dashboard Visualization Best Practices: Kibana Dashboard Examples
Data visualization–popularly referred to as data viz–is its own movement at the intersection of data, engineering, and design and it's essential to analyzing, monitoring, and extracting insights from data.
Get the answer this question: "What's the one thing every team should implement to save a whole lot of time and headache in the long-term?"
One Knight in Product
Join Jason Knight as he hosts a podcast for people interested in building and designing tech products. At least once a week, he speaks to PMs, product leaders, and anyone else involved in product management and product delivery.
Come and listen to some great conversations and get inspired!
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