I’ve recently found John Cutler’s blog. He’s a product evangelist/product manager at Amplitude, an analytics startup, and he clearly knows his shit regarding product management and development.
This essay is a personal favorite of what I’ve read so far, but I haven’t read anything from him that I feel was not worth my time.
I understand that mileage may vary on that sentiment - Cutler talks a brand of talk that naturally makes many engineers suspicious. His transparency in publishing his thoughts comes across as a strong signal to me that he’s pretty trustworthy - lousy PMs rarely leave written record of their bad decisions, as they understand proof generally leads to accountability.