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Join in & get all your Product Management questions answered during our online event with Tori Lund-Funkhouser, Sr Product Manager at Twitter.
Some questions that will be answered include:
- What is the best part of being a Product Manager?
- What is the worst part of being a Product Manager?
- What do you look for in a Product Management resume and/or candidate?
- What was a difficult Product Manager interview question you've had? And how did you answer it?
- Have you ever felt like you didn't understand the technology on a product? What did you do to compensate?
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Meet the Speaker: Tori Funkhouser
Tori is a Twitter Senior Product Manager who enjoys building powerhouse content, messaging, & education products.
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