Course Review - 30 Days of Product by Rutul Davé


Course Review - 30 Days of Product by Rutul Davé

There's lots of product information out there and sometimes it's difficult to know which you should invest in and which you shouldn't. 

I've previously looked at the Product School Masterclass and now it's the time for Rutul Davé's 30 Days of Product - a hands on learning course which walks you through the building of an app.

Rutul has both a degree and a masters in Computer Science, is a founder of a digital mortgage lending platform and has spent numerous years in the bay area managing and marketing products.

To date, about 800 aspiring managers have signed up for the course, which through a series of 18 short lessons he covers the basics of product management through the mechanism of researching, defining and building an application for photo sharing.

I like the concept that Rutul has come up with, where he seeks to replicate the working environment of a Product Manager with a real-world need to develop a feature.

It's all well and good reading about the theory, but Rutul looks to give you the theory and then a chance to apply this to the next step in the product development process.

The lessons are bite sized and targeted at someone who is just starting out in product management and maybe hasn't had any real exposure to defining a product before.  

You'll learn some of the terminology and where this fits into the product life cycle, so you'll know what you're doing when you walk into your first product role.

If you're a little way into your product management career then this might not be the course for you.

How much does the course cost?

You can sign up for free and experience the first five lessons, and if you want to continue then an upgrade to your subscription costs a one-off $50. If you sign up via any of the links on this page then you'll be eligible for a 15% discount on the paid subscription (making it just $42.50).

How long does the course take?

There are eighteen lessons, of varying length, with some having more content to digest and others with slightly more practical work in the exercise.  I'd estimate the time to complete the course to 4-5 hours.

Where can you to find more information?

You can find more information and sign up for the free trial here.

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