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Related to an article posted in HackerNoon on talking to users. 

So in this series called The Sly Llama, I slyly pretend to be a product manager for a product picked at random from ProductHunt and talk to a potential user on the topic. But fair warning, the information is slightly less useful than what you'd get from the real Dalai Lama!  

(A big thanks to my brother Abhijit for the soundtrack. Listen to more of his music here, watch his films here). 

In which I pretend to be a PM for an app called RemoteBase that helps you hire remote developers. I talk to Surbhi, an embedded systems Engineering Manager with experience hiring and managing remote developers. 

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In which I pretend to be a PM for an app called Module that helps designers with a design system for Figma. I talk to Reshma, a designer with design systems experience at technical enterprise product companies and consumer brands like Coursera. 

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In which I pretend to be a PM for an app called DittoWords that helps product teams manage their words from design to production. I talk to Mariana, a SCAD grad and design lead at rocketship startup Signifyd. 

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In which I pretend to be a PM for apps like Talisman that help finance teams with software subscription budgeting. I talk to my friend Gabriel who's currently CFO of Caju, a São Paulo based venture.

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In which I pretend to be a PM for an app called Sidekick, a live application debugger. I talk to Nived, a software engineer with experience debugging and doing root cause analysis. 

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In which I pretend to be a PM for an app called Numeric that helps accountants with bookkeeping tasks. I talk to Kannan, a 4th generation accountant with bookkeeping  experience at companies like Automation Anywhere. 

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In which I pretend to be a PM for apps like Gong that help sales teams ramp up quicker. I talk to my friend Skye who's currently Tern's founder and previously led Signifyd's growth alongside it's CEO from Seed stage to Series D stage, from <10 employees to hundreds. 

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