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The book follows the PM work steam of an artificial company preparing to deploy a new feature in its app. It covers examples from big tech companies and also discusses some theory behind good products.
Overall, a lot of content may be found by yourself googling, but this book removes that work and presents chapters that build on each other.
As has been stated before, the book is blatantly padded and copied from other sources. I found myself skipping paragraphs at a time. Most of the content is surface level, no details or technical evaluations.
Great introduction to PM (references are simply great to deep dive further) I see all of these at work, but it’s all categorised properly after reading the book Highly recommend to senior engineering folks who wants to understand the other side