Product Manager, Project Manager, Programmer. As the first full-time employee at Data Dynamics, we went from an 'unknown' through a successful startup phase and eventually an acquisition by GrapeCity Inc., a leading developer tools vendor. Now I'm at Daptiv learning about Product Management in the cloud.
What interests you about the PMC?
Discussions on technology and business. What could be better?! :)
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Thanks Scott. Yes, that's what I'm here for. I'm really wanting to transition to the role, and so I'm trying to find out everything I can on how to get there. So, since you mentioned you're from a development background, how'd you make the jump?
Thanks! I do work with Peter, though in different groups (he's in marketing/sales analytics, and I work in BI). I hadn't heard about the Consortium prior to a friend forwarding the invite. I'm hoping to make it out next Thursday if possible.
Welcome to the PMC, Scott!
Please use this community to connect, share, participate, and learn.
As a member of the PMC Advisory Board, I would love your feedback on how we could better meet your needs.
Also, it would be great if you would upload a profile photo. When our members have faces, they seem more like members of a community and less like static lifeless web pages.
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