A bevy of writing about topics I love.
Notes on Unpacking Demand from Bob Moesta
People are creatures of habit and will continue to do the same thing until they experience a struggling moment.
A Day at Door Step School
The Door Step School provides education and support to the often-forgotten children of pavement and slum dwellers, construction site families and many other underprivileged families.
Building for Bharat - Women in Product
Women in Product and Flipkart got together a diverse group of product managers, designers, and engineers to talk about the importance of product management and learn about the challenges of building products that satisfy the unique needs and demands of a young and tech-savvy India.
Learning about Netflix Studio
Most people know Netflix by its data-driven product design for its consumer-facing apps, but a lot more is also applied on HOW they create contents "from the initial pitch of an idea to the moment our members hit play".
How to be a Beginner
Nobody tells people how to be a beginner!
Internship with Vixlet
Empowering the next generation of fans of sports leagues, teams, and entertainment companies
Redesigning my site in the open
I haven’t updated my personal website since late 2019 – probably the longest period ever between two redesigns – and it has held up well for over 4 years, but it’s now time for a refresh. I have several motivations for this latest effort.
Zooming In & Zooming Out
I was pondering the idea of Networked Thoughts and Human Thinking, and a big inquiry I had was how people can create and destroy the concept of "contexts", a sub-graph of the global knowledge graph. This made me realize that people can "zoom" in and out of ideas; given a context, a person can be asked for more detail or less detail, and they can provide that. For example, consider the context in my mind of the VueJs framework. I could be asked to give a one-sentence description, a paragraph description, or write a few pages. This led me to understand that I could create a composition of all the nodes and structure within that context, and I could modify the length of the composition to suit the situation.