When (Not What): Product Prioritization in Three Steps

I’d bet a nickel that most successful tech companies don’t have any problem coming up with things to work on, features to build, or products to launch. To the contrary, most companies probably have more of those things than they could ever have time to ever build—and RTX Platform is… Continued

User Experience is RAIL-ly Important (Fluent 2015: 5 of 5)

This is the fifth post in a five-post series about O’Reilly’s Fluent Conference. In the last few posts, we’ve talked about the expansion of front end development, the fundamental requirements of building on the web, and the evolution of JavaScript. As product-centric engineers, though, it’s important to remember that all… Continued

JavaScript is Evolving (Fluent 2015: 4 of 5)

Three members of our team headed to San Francisco for Fluent Conference and came back ready to share their insights. The next to last post of the series discusses the evolution of JavaScript.

The Web is Still the Web (Fluent 2015: 3 of 5)

Three members of our team headed to San Francisco for Fluent Conference and came back ready to share their insights. The third of the series explores the idea that the web was and is built for everyone, not just those running the latest web browser with high-speed connections.

What To Do When Nobody Adopts The Baby

You did your research. You contacted the customers. You gathered the requirements. You designed it, you built it, you launched it. You celebrated the release. But nobody is using it. It’s been a few days since the launch. Or maybe even a few weeks. Maybe there was a flurry of… Continued

How Staying Roped In Keeps You From Getting Roped Up

One of the more interesting things about the Product Team at RTX Platform is its mobility. While relatively small, the Product Team has its fingers in three totally discreet products simultaneously. Not only that, but each member of the Product Team is working on at least two products at any… Continued