1. Georges Duverger

  2. Director of Product at Draftbit (YC W18), a no-code mobile app builder. Previously Software Engineer at eBay and Hunch (acquired).
  3. You can follow me on Twitter, GitHub, LinkedIn, or send me an email.
  4. I was a software engineer for 10 years before moving to product management in 2015. I worked at 5 tech startups: Akoha, Hunch, Phosphorus, Nautilus Labs, and now Draftbit. Through the acquisition of Hunch, I also spent 4 years at eBay.
  5. I started a SaaS business, Fitmeal, as a solo founder. It had thousands of users and taught me a lot about entrepreneurship. I've made other products since, most of them focused around data and APIs.
  6. I like to break down product management into 3 fundamental questions: What to do? Is it done? Did it work? That separation of concerns has been a pivotal insight in my career. I write about my process here.
  7. Side projects

  8. Backslash CSS for technologists
  9. Unique Baby Names Baby names reports
  10. Fitmeal Food diary via SMS
  11. Crono Schedule jobs programmatically
  12. localStorage Spaced repetition emails
  13. Northeast Goal management tool
  14. Screen CSS for desktops, tablets, and phones
  15. PlainChart Text-based charting utility
  16. Control-F Find and replace API
  17. Print Simple logging API
  18. Blog posts

  19. CSS for Technologists
  20. Tracking Bugs at Draftbit
  21. How Well your Product is Really Doing
  22. Email Your Memory
  23. The 3 D's Ruining your Team
  24. How to Manage Product
  25. Elevate and Delegate
  26. 5 Startup Ideas
  27. What is Product Management?
  28. DIY Business Emails
  29. Baby Names for Analytical Parents
  30. The Secret API of Banks
  31. Comptes de Campagne
  32. 5 Million Calories Later
  33. No More Calorie Counting
  34. Nutrition, Quantified Self, and Machine Learning
  35. Ask “Do You Like X?”, Not “What Do You Like?”
  36. The Strange Case of Ellis v. City of Grand Rapids
  37. 3 Things I Believe

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