As I said on the left, I manage products. By definition, that is what makes me a product manager. But in a lot of ways, I manage expectations, timelines, communications, strategy, roadmap, and — depending on how flexible you are with definitions — hopes and dreams. All of which is a roundabout way of saying the same thing.
I am currently helping scale BrowserStack. Specifically, I manage everything to do with Automate.
Until August 2019, Amazon gave me money, a badge, and a desk to be a Product Manager for the Detail Page - you know, the page on which you actually shop (and window-shop) for stuff. It's one of the most popular pieces of internet real estate - and a genuine pleasure to keep from being torn apart everyday. Before that, I built a startup called PressPlay. Earlier, Zomato, Mozilla / Google, Shufflr, and Digit were aboard this groovy train.