4 Product Use Cases for Computer Vision

4 Product Use Cases for Computer Vision

Curious about computer vision? Looking to understand what the hell it is?

Here are 4 real-world products that use computer vision to help you understand how this technology is being leveraged in the real world.

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3 Reasons You Should Befriend the "Old Guy" (or Woman) in the Office

3 Reasons You Should Befriend the "Old Guy" (or Woman) in the Office

The tech industry is rife with age discrimination. For example, I couldn’t even find a stock photo of “tech worker in his 50s or 60s” for this article.

At my new job I work with a 62-year-old product manager. The best thing?

He’s a great product manager, a wealth of information, and now a mentor.

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5 Product Management Lessons I Learned from Game of Thrones

5 Product Management Lessons I Learned from Game of Thrones

I’m Game of Thrones obsessed. Coming into the final season, I reflect on product management and leadership lessons I’ve learned throughout my decade of watching and reading Game of Thrones.

Here are 5 product management lessons that I’ve learned from watching the greatest show on earth: GoT.

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5 Tips for Creating an Internal Pitch Deck

5 Tips for Creating an Internal Pitch Deck

There will be times, as a product manager, that you’ll have to convince internal stakeholders to ‘buy into’ your idea, invest in your idea. An easy way to present your idea is with a pitch deck.

Here are 5 important pieces of information to include in your pitch deck.

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A Guide To Negotiating Salary for Women in Tech

A Guide To Negotiating Salary for Women in Tech

I've heard from both the Tech Ladies and Women in Product Facebook groups that the #1 question(s) received have to do with how to negotiate salary for a new job.

Here are 5 tips for negotiating the best possible product manager offer.

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