Product Blogs you should follow in 2020

Whether you are a seasoned product manager or thinking to become one, it is always useful to be aware of current trends. It is hard to keep up with the pace they are changing. One of the quickest ways I recommend is to follow a few blogs. I assure you, there is massive value in those blogs.

I hope that by reading through the list, you broaden your knowledge and get some excellent career guidance. Remember, learning never ends!

Product School

If you are a gearing up for a career shift or even starting to be a product manager. Product school is the best place to start. They published several ebooks on the subject that you could instantly read and acquire tons of knowledge. The content-rich blog serves you shape your product mindset.

Hacker Noon

Hacker Noon springs a generous number of articles relevant to engineers, product and UX people. Since they have a broad range of audiences, they offer articles on a great variety of topics like AI, crypto, product management, UX, lean product management, or even coronavirus outbreak.

Roman Pichler

This website is a must-read for lots of reasons.

With years of experience and three successful books, Roman contributes to a tremendous amount of knowledge & insights. The website contains a reasonable sum of PM tools, resources, blogs, videos, and presentations.

The Product Guy

Jeremy Horn is an award-winning product management veteran with 2 decades of experience in leading and managing product teams. He has a history with successful start-ups as well as larger organizations as a product manager. The blog is full of substantial first-hand wisdom.

Silicon Valley Product Group (SVPG)

Marty Cagan is famous for his book INSPIRED. He started SVPG to help companies build great products and also to bring order to the Product Management function. He has created this blog as a way to share the knowledge and experience of some of the tech industry’s most experienced product leaders. The regular and guest bloggers generate some great articles relevant to all different types of product people. Bookmark and visit regularly to fill your knowledge appetite.

Happy reading!

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