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View Good Group PM Bad Group PM By Ben Horowitz and David Weiden
Good Group Product Manager /
Dead Group Product Manager
By Ben Horowitz and David Weiden
"Gentlemen, we're going to have a sales contest. First prize is a new car. Second prize is a knife set. Third prize is you're fired." - From the movie Glengary Glenross
"There are no bad group product managers, just group product managers that make bad decisions and then get fired." - Ben Horowitz
Group Product Manager is the most important non-executive position in a software company. In fact, it is more important and has higher impact on the company than many executive posts. A failed product can sink the company. A successful product can literally redefine the course of the business. Nobody is more responsible or more accountable for a product than the Group Product Manager. As a result, the job is characterized by massive success, massive failure, and little in between. Most GPMs are either promoted or end up leaving the company or being assigned to less hazardous duty within a short period of time.
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samravshanov / README.md
Created May 9, 2018 — forked from MoOx/README.md
How to keep in sync your Git repos on GitHub, GitLab & Bitbucket easily
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How to keep in sync your Git repos on GitHub, GitLab & Bitbucket easily
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samravshanov / ipfs-server-setup.md
Created Mar 29, 2018 — forked from claus/ipfs-server-setup.md
Host Your Site Under Your Domain on IPFS
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Host Your Site Under Your Domain on IPFS

This is a step-by-step tutorial for hosting your website under your domain on IPFS, from zero, on a DigitalOcean Ubuntu 16.04.3 x64 Droplet (i am using the $10 variant with 2GB RAM).

Install IPFS

Log in as root.

First, make sure the system is up to date, and install tar and wget:

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samravshanov / peter-thiels-cs183-startup-class-01-notes-essay.md Notes Essays—Peter Thiel’s CS183: Startup—Stanford, Spring 2012
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Peter Thiel's CS183: Startup - Class 1 Notes Essay

Here is an essay version of my class notes from Class 1 of CS183: Startup. Errors and omissions are my own. Credit for good stuff is Peter’s entirely.

CS183: Startup—Notes Essay—The Challenge of the Future

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"code": "USD",
"name_plural": "US dollars"
},
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