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Highlight this weekend!
A webinar series where we bring top product managers from around the world to understand what product management is like in their country. In this third episode of Product Management across the World, we have a special guest - Amranjit Singh Datt who is Group Product Manager at Orami in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Crafting Strong Acceptance Criteria for a User Story
we need to understand the concept of user stories. In an agile environment, a user story entails what the feature is, from a user’s perspective. So, an essential aspect of creating a good user story involves creating good acceptance criteria. Acceptance criteria help to form a boundary that assists team members to understand what is included and what is excluded from the scope of the user story.
Interesting Tweets 🐦
Startup Stories 🚀
This 19-year-old from Mumbai is making PPE suits ‘cooler’ and more comfortable
Nihaal Singh Adarsh, a 19-year-old student from KJ Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai has developed compact ventilation system called ‘Cov-Tech’ for PPE suits. The ‘Cov-Tech’ system has a compact, ergonomic design specifically designed to work as an add-on to existing PPE kits, thus removing the need to change the design of PPE suits.
Unicorns of 2021: BrowserStack becomes the latest entrant to $1B club; total number rises to 15
Six months into 2021, the Indian startup ecosystem already has 15 new unicorns, surpassing the projected numbers this year. And the countdown begins… especially if you’ve heard and have been tracking the projections for the number of unicorns that will emerge from the Indian startup ecosystem.
Every Saturday we send you a list of the best product management content on the internet curated by our team. We hope this week’s dose of tweets, blogs, events, and other resources helped you get some insights into the world of product.
It’s the weekend, Mankind! Time to rescue some wine trapped in a bottle.
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