After going through this list, you should be well armed with deeper understanding of how HTML and CSS actually work. It's a lot easier to learn this once properly, than keep guessing which CSS property will position your elements as you want, or google every time you need to add a transition.
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This is a list of 25 short, crisp tutorials on Product Management — once done, you should have a good understanding of what a Product Manager does on a day-to-day basis, how to think about Market Research, User Research, Customer Development, as well as the business and people side of the job. Being a product manager requires you to wear many hats, and this list intends you to get you to a point where you'll feel comfortable describing the different roles that you'd be expected to take on as a Product Manager.
Take a look around you. Every product that you see began with an idea or need. Many people think that product managers and executives sit in big conference rooms and come up with grand ideas, but that’s not the case.
Product managers don’t think of ideas. They collect ideas and needs from outside sources. Your job is to separate the good from bad, figure out why good ideas are worth building, and determine the right timing for development.
Where PMs get great ideas
First of all, your company will probably already have a big list of products or new features that they want to implement.
It’s great to have a list, since you want a backlog of ideas to draw from in the future.