The power of technology has fascinated me ever since I was a child. In the 5th grade, I told my step-father that I wanted to go to the “best college for technology.” As fate would have it, a decade later I’d obtain my bachelor’s degree from MIT.
In the process, however, I realized that the true magic and power of technology can only be unleashed by brilliance across many fields: science, technology, design, business, leadership, management, government and public policy.
After a few years in consulting, I moved to a tech startup in Silicon Valley and recently joined Google as a product manager.
In this blog, I write essays related to these topics from my vantage point. The topics of focus reflect the various steps of my journey.
Here are a few of my most popular articles.
- Why quit consulting to join a startup
- My transition into Product Management from a ‘non-technical’ background
- Google Product Management Interview process and preparation
- Startups won’t build your career on your behalf. You must.
- Non-technical PMs don’t need to study CS, but must be technically curious to be effective.
- Japanese Customer Service (still popular after 8+ years…)