Product Development is Hard

Product Development is Hard A common question to ask yourself when developing software products and startup businesses is when to start building? Naturally, more questions follow: have I done enough research? is the timing right, do we have the right team to execute? The key of course is to avoid analysis paralysis, instigate the build, […]

Reaching your Goals: Objectives and Key Results (OKRs)

Reaching your Goals: Objectives and Key Results (OKRs) Goal setting is nothing new. Simple, yet effective, but often difficult to implement. In the organisational context, reaching alignment on strategic objectives (and crucially remaining aligned) is particularly challenging. Moreover, maintaining a clear sense of direction that supports a companies’ strategy requires clear planning and consistent measurement […]

Tools and Methods to Support the Modern-day Software Product Manager

Tools and Methods to Support the Modern-day Software Product Manager Of all the roles in a modern software development organisation, Product Manager is one of the hardest. After all, Product Managers should act as “Mini CEOs” of their product[1]. Some might dispute that moniker however[2]. Product Managers need tried and tested tools and methodologies in […]

Where’s My Wine From? A Simple Geodata Hack

Where’s My Wine From? A Simple Geodata Hack I enjoy the occasional glass of wine. For some time now I’ve been studiously scanning (almost) every bottle that I’ve drank over the last few years at Vivino. For the uninitiated, Vivino is an online wine community that consists of a crowd sourced database of wine reviews and […]

Brewing a Perspective on Data Science

Brewing a Perspective on Data Science If you’ve ever taken an introductory course in statistics, you’ve almost certainly come across the concept of Student’s T-test. For those that haven’t, Student’s T-test is a statistical test used in hypothesis testing to compare mean values between groups of observations. For example, one might want compare the average […]

Welcome

Welcome A warm welcome to this site. It seemed apt to write a short introduction to Nomero. No doubt the content here will grow over time, but at this early stage it’s worth expending a couple of paragraphs on Nomero’s intended purpose.  With over 10 years working on software and product development, a significant portion […]