FOR REASONS I’m reading a lot of startup literature right now, including Zero to Sold, The Mom Test, Four Steps to the Epiphany, and The Lean Startup. One thing all of these books have in common is that they say the old line of “build and they will come“ is wrong. Considering myself a technical … Continue reading A Plea for the Technical Founder
I always felt that Data Science and Product Management share a lot of research aspects. When developing a new product, you have to work with assumptions, uncertainties, and gradually figure out a path to validate or verify these assumptions. You need to adapt till you have found something that solves a relevant problem for the … Continue reading What is Data Science/Product Fit And Why You Need It
Running data science projects successfully is already quite challenging, and the first step is to hire some data scientists. Here are my answers to questions I often get asked.
I have a hunch that once people saw the economic potential of software, they started looking for ways to "scale it up" and we haven't stopped searching yet.
Based on this twitter thread. One thing that always makes me think are the roles we have in the software industry. The bigger the company, the more specialized the roles it seems. In data science, I‘ve seen charts with data analysts, data scientists, ML engineers, MLOps, ... some thoughts. How do you come up with … Continue reading Don’t Do Roles (Only) By Skillset
I occasionally give talks. Not more than a few times per year. Okay, sometimes it is three talks within four working days, but that only happens if I don't keep an eye on the scheduling. Which I don't do surprisingly often. People are kind enough to host me. Maybe I should take all my talks … Continue reading Me On A Stage
Love being a lead boils down to "Everything you do is about helping those whom you lead do their work."
Honestly, smartphone cameras have come a long way... . And Berlin is beautiful by night.
Under construction till I find some time to put some stuff here... 😉