If you want your Product Manager to code, you’re doing it wrong

Having a good understanding of the technology your company uses is crucial, but expecting your product manager to code is not.

The problem with caveats*

Adding a caveat is rarely the right thing to do when talking about your product.

Are you listening to iOS developers now, Apple?

For a long time, Apple have had a rather childish view of negative App store reviews: if it’s broken, fix it and release an update. Period.

If you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything at all

This well known quote from manuals of etiquette is something that I try to live by, particularly on social media.

Running; Legend; Mia Sara

Parkruns; Minecraft & my thoughts on Legend.

Look away!

We managed to devour the 1st series of the Lemony Snicket reboot on Netflix in less than a week. It’s very good.


Ok, today feels a little weird.

The plan

I don’t really do New Year’s Resolutions, but I’m going to try to blog every day.

Brexit and cake

She wants to have her cake and eat it.


Riotous and silly and a little obscene - and very funny!