I told you "The Circle" is non-fiction
Here is a quick review of Laszlo Bock's Work Rules! Insights From Inside Google That Will Transform How You Live and Lead.
The original draft was posted on my Goodreads feed.
Cheesy as hell. Very annoying to read. Packed full of insight.
The book came highly recommended. After the first two . . .
Product, Design, Technology
It is the time for end-of-year lists. The one from Product Hunt on startup-related books, full of jaded, predictable entries really got me thinking that there has got to be a more bold selection out there.
So here are five books I've read in 2015 that are weird, wonderful and related to product, design or tech.
I - . . .
I have heard nothing but great things about Up.Front meet-up in Berlin. I was absolutely delighted when I got invited to present at Up.Front 62.
Having spending lot of my energy on quality assurance aspect of Vimcar, I thought it might be interesting to share my experience and pass on the insight I've picked up from the likes of . . .
How I stopped worrying and started talking to myself
It has been confusing sight for anyone coming to the 3rd floor of Vimcar office - me talking to myself while holding a mobile up. Having to explain what I'm doing is fast becoming a chore, but it has definitely been worth it.
No, I haven't gone insane. I just got a great new PM / QA tool - Lookback.io. The tool started off at . . .
Towards a Connected Car Developer Ecosystem
Last week Droidcon.de 2015 was in town. One of the sessions focused on connected car.
Thomas Krüger kicked off the session with an introduction to Android Auto. In the next slot, Stephan Dörner did a great job of moderating an increasingly sprawling discussion on connected car - data on wheels.
Finally, I gave a presentation . . .
what we wish we knew about Usability Fix but were too afraid to ask
We took along some of the early prototypes for a browser-based, desktop-focused version of SPOTS. A week later, we are still acting on the insight that we were . . .
I am sure that the first thought when mentioning Bezar is a three-letter word.
But that's not the most interesting angle that jumped out when I've checked out Bezar's beautiful website (don't even get me started on their drip emails).
4 out of 24
What really caught my eye was the fact that at some . . .
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