What we're about

This is the coding community in New York to learn the basics of data and coding without having to become a data analyst

Our speakers are professionals with over 5 years of real-world experience working at top tech Companies like Facebook, Spotify, Twitter, Google, LinkedIn other tech startups.

Join us if you're a Product Manager who is looking for a better understanding of the technical side of development, a designer or marketer who wants to learn data, or an entrepreneur, or anyone else who wants to break into tech.

We host various types of events, including:

Data and codingWorkshops: Led by Product School mentors and instructors with years of experience in engineering, to lead hands-on sessions on Data 101, SQL, Tableau and more!

Tech AMA’s: “Ask Me Anything” sessions hosted by experts in data analytics. Every event is a unique and great opportunity to ask any question you’ve had about understanding data and applying it to product development.

Happy Hours: Drinks are on us! Come chat and drink with the Product School team, instructors, students and other data people in NY. We love celebrations and nothing better than Happy Hours!

Info Sessions: If you’re interested in learning more about Product School’s Data for Managers course, then don’t miss this! We’ll go over the curriculum, our alumni support, and introduce our instructors and admissions team for a chance to ask any other questions you may have.

Proud to be sponsored by Product School (http://www.productschool.com/?utm_source=meetup&utm_medium=about_us&utm_campaign=sf), one of the top rated tech schools on SwitchUp (https://www.switchup.org/bootcamps/product-school).

If you want to learn even more about data, check out Product School - Data for Managers in New York (https://www.productschool.com/data-analytics-for-managers/?utm_source=meetup&utm_medium=about_us&utm_campaign=sf)

You can also send an email to: admissions@productschool.com

Upcoming events (2)

What is Software Development by Thesys Tech Head of Development

Product School, New York

***RSVP on EventBrite: https://prdct.school/2QdrmG2 *** When starting on the Product Manager path, it may seem daunting having to deal with all the technical lingo and acronyms that gets thrown around. What is a container? Is it Git or GitHub? What's an FTP? Why do we have Rabbit queues? In this session, I will provide a historical overview of how software development has evolved through the past 50 years. I will explain what many of the terms associated with modern software development mean and how they relate. This session is specifically designed to jump-start non-technical individuals to understand technical discussions. Main takeaways: - Overview and glossary for many of the terms and acronyms used in modern day technical discussions - Differences between different data stores from a non-technical perspective - How the modern software development life-cycle works Meet the Speaker: Camilo Jimenez Camilo Jimenez is a Head of Development - Financial Big Data at Thesys Technologies, LLC in New York. He has previously worked as Postdoctoral Researcher at IBM Global Business Process Services. Camilo became a Product Manager and found that his wide range of skills was a perfect match for a career in product. View the Speaker's LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/camilo-jimenez-20079538/) Get the FREE Product Book here (https://prdct.school/2CMSqF1) -- Please note: - Tickets sales at the door are from 6:00 - 6:30 PM (if any are still available) - Event entrance and/or seating is based on a first come first served basis. - Please arrive promptly. Doors lock at 7pm to avoid speaker disruptions. - No refunds unless we have fully canceled the event. Date changes are not included. - For additional info or questions, send an email to [masked] - For last minute questions, send a text to: (646)[masked] () Get Your Tickets (https://prdct.school/2QdrmG2) *Entrance not guaranteed without valid ticket from Eventbrite

How to Advance Your PM Skills in Tech Companies by Tumblr PM

Product School, New York

***RSVP on EventBrite: https://prdct.school/2SAOo6l *** At this event we will focus on advancing your skills in Product Management using Analytics, Design and Engineering. Starting with analytics we will explore how logging works from client applications vs backend systems, and how we ensure our product has informative logging. You will learn how to scale terabytes of data logs into data sets for querying, and what information is useful to track on a daily,weekly or quarterly basis. We will also review advanced quantitative analysis with Jupyter notebooks, python, pandas data framework, and graphing. Going into design we will discuss how to create stories and information architecture to help direct design stages. Thinking within constraints, we will go over how to help design considering empty states, boundless limits, and varied user behaviour. We will also review wireframing, high fidelity design collaboration, leveraging style guides, reusable components, prototyping methods and qualitative user testing. We will end the event talking about engineering and do an overview of technology platform stacks. You will learn how to communicate clear technical requirements and lead cross team platform conversations. We will wrap up by going over software development platforms, process, testing and release steps. Main takeaways: - Analytics - Learn how impactful data analytics are for products - Design - How to direct design stages - Engineering - Overview of technical platform stacks Meet the Speaker: Jason Seney Jason Seney is a Principal Product Manager at Tumblr in New York. He has previously worked as Architect & Engineer at Consultant. Jason became a Product Manager and found that his wide range of skills was a perfect match for a career in product. View the Speaker's LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/jasonseney/) Get the FREE Product Book here (https://prdct.school/2CMSqF1) -- Please note: - Tickets sales at the door are from 6:00 - 6:30 PM (if any are still available) - Event entrance and/or seating is based on a first come first served basis. - Please arrive promptly. Doors lock at 7pm to avoid speaker disruptions. - No refunds unless we have fully canceled the event. Date changes are not included. - For additional info or questions, send an email to [masked] - For last minute questions, send a text to: (646)[masked] () Get Your Tickets (https://prdct.school/2SAOo6l) *Entrance not guaranteed without valid ticket from Eventbrite

Past events (32)

Intro to Data Terminology by Turner Senior Data Manager

Product School, New York

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