Massive list of resources for aspiring product managers

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It is hard to become a product manager. Due to the fact that product management is a multifaceted role, it is in no ways a specialization career. We wanted to create a comprehensive list of resources where aspiring product managers could go and find the solution that fits their needs. So here it is, in no particular order.

Use these links to navigate through the list:

  1. Blogs
  2. TED Talks
  3. Books
  4. Meetups
  5. Courses and training

 

Note: If you think you should be in this list but aren’t, just fill this form. We’ll look into what you do and include you if there is sufficient documentation to how you can help professionals become product managers.

Slack Communities

  • PS Community – Biggest Slack community for Product Managers

 

Blogs – learn about product management from the experts

 

TED Talks – get inspired by these iconic talks

 

Books – gain in depth knowledge about product, design, and marketing

 

Meetups – network with product people in the area

San Francisco:

 

Silicon Valley

 

New York

 

Courses and training

Product Management:

  • Product School (Several locations) – 8 week part-time Product Management training course
  • General Assembly (Several locations) – 10 week full-time Product Management immersive

 

Programming/coding:

  • Hack reactor (San Francisco) – 10 week full-time coding bootcamp
  • Code Path (San Francisco) – 8 week part time Android and iOS classes
  • DevBootcamp (Several locations) – 19 week programming course (remote + onsight)
  • One Month (Online) – classes to learn to code websites, build apps, and grow your business
  • Codecademy (Online) – learn to code interactively for free
  • Udemy (Online) – an assortment of coding, marketing, product, and design courses

 

Marketing:

  • Pragmatic marketing (Several locations) – Series of full-day Product Marketing courses
  • General Assembly (Several locations) 10 week part-time training course on Digital Marketing
  • ClickMinded (Online) – SEO training course on how to drive more organic traffic to your site