Product Excellence Summit 2022: Oct 4th, 2022 — Online and in-person in San Francisco
What makes individuals, managers, and leaders stand out from the crowd? What separates the best of the best from the masses? What are the behaviors worth modeling regardless of role and level? This is not a comprehensive list, but here are a few things I’ve found or seen make a difference.
In the latest interview of our People of Productboard series, we caught up with Engineering Manager Ivo Klimša to discuss his journey to Productboard and engineering leadership.
I recently joined Productboard as an Enterprise Account Executive. Every job change involves a complex set of criteria. I’d like to share the top five reasons why I decided to join Productboard, and my experience since joining this incredible team.
Meet new people. Advance your career. Have fun. There are many benefits to joining Productboard. Free membership to Toastmasters International is one of them. This nearly 100 years old organization that helped many people become better versions of themselves through public speaking and leadership skills development.
Platform teams essentially form the backbone of fast-growing tech startups. They help your company thrive and scale as your product becomes increasingly more complex, which is why Productboard launched a Platform Tribe this summer.
When Productboard started in 2014, our clear focus was on product managers in smaller teams who lacked a great product management tool. Nowadays, we help much larger companies with thousands of employees, and we need to solve quite different needs and personas.
We’re excited to share that Productboard has been recognized by Comparably in three separate categories — Best Company Happiness, Best Company Perks & Benefits, and Company Compensation.
When it comes to an engineer’s life at Productboard, there’s a lot to cover. We’ve talked about the hiring process, and you got a detailed behind-the-scenes look at our onboarding process, workflow, and team dynamics.
After taking you through the hiring process in my last post, I now want to delve deeper into engineering life at Productboard. I’ll be detailing the onboarding process — two weeks of fun dedicated to studying the ins and outs of Productboard, pair programming, and getting to know the team.
This three-article series covers why I decided to join Productboard as an engineer and how things work inside the company.
Whether you’re starting a new engineering job soon or have only just begun looking for new opportunities, taking the next step in your career can be a daunting experience. Set yourself up for success and stay on track using a simple 30–60–90 plan, which will help you prioritize your goals for the first three months at your new job and make your onboarding process smoother.
And that is correct! Network glitches, deployment glitches, dependencies upgrades, developer’s carelessness or just small data inconsistencies. There’s plenty of stuff in web development that can go wrong, and it will go wrong at some point. What’s far more important than trying to prevent anything from going south is having solid monitoring in place and clear processes to follow.