Need someone to lead product or development at your software company? I lead product and engineering teams and I'm looking for my next opportunity. Check out my resume and get in touch.

September 2020 Archives

How to understand your product and your market
A customer development question you can ask to find out who your product is best for and why they’ll love it.
September 30, 2020 - 304 words

Developer Experience Principle 2: Easy to Use
Making it Easy to Use means letting the developer do everything without involving you.
September 28, 2020 - 819 words

Developer Experience Principle 1: Easy to Understand
To create a great developer experience, you must strive for a product that is Easy to Understand. Reduce the amount of thinking that someone needs to do. Make their first encounter with your product clear and easy.
September 25, 2020 - 1040 words

The Components of A Developer Experience
Making your API a well-rounded product will help developers decide if your API is right for them and help grow their usage.
September 19, 2020 - 865 words

Principles of Developer Experience: An Introduction
You can create a great developer experience for everything you build. Introducing the six principles of developer experience.
September 15, 2020 - 1113 words

The KPI that measures Product-Market Fit
If you ask this question to a different small group of your users every week, you can measure trends over time to determine if you’re moving toward product-market fit.
September 9, 2020 - 217 words

Don't use NPS to measure user happiness for enterprise software
Measuring the satisfaction and enjoyment of end users is a key to unlocking product-led growth. Net Promoter Score is the wrong tool for this.
September 7, 2020 - 706 words

Ask One Question To Help You Reach Product-Market Fit
Learn what adjacent problems you need to solve to become twice as valuable to your customers.
September 3, 2020 - 628 words

Contact

Adam Kalsey

+1 916 600 2497

Resume

Public Key

© 1999-2020 Adam Kalsey.