N26 hires former SoundCloud exec as chief product officer


N26 hires former SoundCloud exec as chief product officer

N26 has hired Gilles BianRosa, the former chief product officer of music-sharing platform SoundCloud, to lead the neo-bank's global product teams in Berlin, Barcelona, Vienna and New York

How to get started with canAnalyser3

The canAnalyser 3 standard is a multi-purpose analysis tool for the development, test and maintenance of CAN, CAN FD, CANopen, SAE J1939 and LIN networks. In the standard version you get full access to higher-layer protocol interpretation, message interpretation based on a user-defined database and display of signals as graphs or interpreted text. It allows you to send single or cyclic messages or to transmit pre-defined message sequences. In this video we will show you how to get started with our canAnalyser 3 standard software.

1) Links:
a. canAnalyser download: https://www.ixxat.com/technical-support/resources/downloads-and-documentation?ordercode=1.12.0133.31000
b. Download VCI Driver: https://www.ixxat.com/vci

2) Links to other videos:
a. How to setup the VCI driver package of Ixxats´ USB-to-CAN V2: https://youtu.be/4ZzQf0RYstk
b. How to work with modules of canAnalyser 3: https://youtu.be/O9Hf_mrr3pI
c. How to work with signals and DIM Editor of canAnalyser 3: https://youtu.be/rxpVFBw9JHM

3) For further information, please visit our Websites:
a. https://www.ixxat.com
b. https://www.hms-networks.com/

4) LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/hmsnetworks/

00:00 Video content
00:08 Trailer
00:16 Intro
00:32 Introduction to the tool
02:36 Download & Installation canAnalyser
03:50 Getting started with canAnalyser
05:09 Setting up individual analysis configuration
06:39 Adding a function module

How to Solve a Product Manager Case Study in 4 Simple Steps

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How to Solve a Product Manager Case Study in 4 Simple Steps

Solving a Product Manager case study is one of the essential components to nailing your job application process. In this video, we walk you through the 4 simple steps to solving a case study:

Step 1: Evaluate the Need
Step 2: Validate the Need
Step 3: Set a Goal for the Feature
Step 4: Decision-Making

To access the email template mentioned in the video, please reach out to us directly: https://productgym.io/schedule/

In this video, we’ll also unpack what exactly to do when you’re stuck and don’t know how to proceed. Here’s what we’ll cover:

00:00 – Intro
00:24 – The Case Study Prompt
01:55 – Step 0: Do You Have Enough Information?
05:28 – Step 1: Evaluate the Need
06:34 – Step 2: Validate the Need
07:51 – Step 3: What Should the Goal Be?
08:56 – Step 4: Decision-Making
10:32 – What to Do When You’re Stuck on the PM Case Study

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Did you find this 4-step guide helpful? Want to learn more about how exactly to answer your interview questions, so that you can land your dream Product Manager job? Product Gym is an online career coaching community for aspiring and junior Product Managers, designed to help you break into product management.

At Product Gym, we teach you how to optimize your profile to boost your credibility and professional branding, and give you our tried-and-tested application strategy to score those interviews. We also show you how to ace every single question in your Product Manager interview, from behavioral and technical questions to case studies and salary negotiation. Furthermore, we cover all the technical fundamentals and business fundamentals that every Product Manager needs to know.

In fact, we cover all bases when it comes to Product Manager job hunting, so much so that in as little as 45 days, you will feel truly knowledgeable in all things product management.

Sign up for your free coaching call today and let’s see if we’re a good fit to help you achieve your Product Manager career. If we are, you’ll get instant access to hours of expert-led skills courses and expert interviews, as well as our 500+ community of coaches, industry professionals, and people who are on this journey with you. See you on the inside!

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The Technical, Business and UX Skills Every Product Manager Needs

What skills does a Product Manager need at Google, Microsoft, Apple, Amazon, Meta, etc? Here’s my perspective on what skills are needed to succeed that these companies with examples and explanations of each category. Hope this helps!

Table of Contents:
0:00 – Intro
0:11 – What is a Product Manager
1:11 – What technical skills does a PM need?
6:58 – What business skills does a PM need?
9:56 – What UX/Design skills does a PM need?
12:18 – Summary & Outro

A few skills I missed in the video (Thanks Cesar and Cyrus!):
– Accessibility – Remember the importance of making your products for a wide group of people which might use your product using different inputs and outputs.
– Importance on EQ – When working in a large company, politics come into play and having EQ can be beneficial so thrive in that environment.

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When to Hire a Chief Operating Officer

In a conversation led by Oak HC/FT Talent Partner Leah Scanlan, four seasoned operators provided insights on when (and who decides) to bring on a COO, defining the often wide-ranging role, and how to ensure a successful CEO + COO relationship. Guests included:

• Adrienne Gormley, Former Chief Operating Officer, N26 – Prior to N26, Adrienne spent six years at Dropbox, where she served as Vice President of Global Customer Experience and Head of EMEA. Before that, she spent seven years at Google.
• Samantha Roady, Former Chief Operating Officer, MoneyLion – Samantha joined MoneyLion from GAIN Capital, where she was a Founding Partner and most recently served as President of its global retail brokerage business.
• Meghan Joyce, Chief Executive Officer, Stealth Startup – Meghan was most recently Chief Operating Officer at Oscar Health. Before that, she spent six years at Uber.
• Caitlin Donovan, Global Head of Health, Uber – Caitlin joined Uber from MyOrthos, where she served as Chief Operating Officer. Before that, she was Executive Vice President of Operations at LogistiCare.

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