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Cracking the PM Interview: How to Land a Product Manager Job in Technology Paperback – December 2, 2013
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"I wish this book had existed when I first found my way into product management. Gayle and Jackie don't just help you land a PM job; they show you what it takes to be great once you've got one. Finally there's a game plan for charting your career as a product manager."
--Ken Norton, Partner at Google Ventures (former PM at Google)
"If you were looking for a comprehensive, well-researched book about how to get a job in product management, look no further than Cracking the PM Interview. Gayle and Jackie break down the entire process of landing your dream PM job, while bridging a wide range of perspectives that aspiring PMs may bring to the table. This is a no-brainer resource to leverage during your job search."
--Jason Shah, former Product Manager at Yammer/Microsoft & instructor of How to Get a Job in Product Management
"Impressed by Jackie and Gayle's thorough interview walkthrough, from defining your skills, to resumes and all the way to product questions. A definite handbook for hopeful product managers."
--Ritu Jain, Organizer of PM Fast Track Community & CEO of LearningJar
About the Author
Gayle McDowell is the founder / CEO of CareerCup.com and the author of two books: Cracking the Coding Interview, Amazon.com's #1 best-selling interview book, and The Google Resume. She has worked for Google, Microsoft, and Apple and served on Google's hiring committee. She holds a BSE and MSE in Computer Science from the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from the Wharton School.
Jackie Bavaro is a product manager at Asana, a leading startup that builds productivity software used by companies like Dropbox, Airbnb, Uber, Foursquare, and Pinterest. Previously, she worked as a Product Manager at Google, where she joined as part of the elite Associate Product Manager program, and as a Program Manager at Microsoft. She holds a BA in Computer Science and a BA in Economics from Cornell University.
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Top customer reviews
If you don't have enough time to read the whole book, I recommend to skip the first chapters and head directly to the chapters of behavioral, coding, and estimation questions.
After reading this book, and reviewing my previous Product Manager interviews I have done, I can without a doubt say the concepts and practice in this book would have helped me.
Thanks to the authors for helping me prepare for my next interview.