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October 25, 2017

Marketing Manager, Ashley Bailey, reveals what it's really like to be a marketer.

August 9, 2017

The Secret of NIMH - The epitome of a cryptic acronym. Yet, who didn't love that movie? Full of talking mice and rats, lots of drama, and a storyline that seemed so mysterious and complex — or certainly did to me, at age 7 [...]  

July 26, 2017

“Yes, Mr. Customer, I understand that you would like for that widget to be on the righthand side with the ability to multi-edit and the ability to delete.” “Yes, Mr. Customer, that’s a great suggestion; please log it in our portal.” “Yes, Mr. Customer, that’s an outstanding idea. Please submit your feature request here.” [...]

June 28, 2017

If you have not met me, I am Allison Coquet. As a product line manager, I am always seeking a better way to regularly communicate new features and provide helpful tips and tricks to our 8,000+ Core users without calling everyone directly. Although I would like to be able to contact each of you personally to chat about the latest news, the fact that many of you are distributed across the globe makes this impractical. (Plus, I might get cranky from lack of sleep after talking to thousands of you, and nobody should have to deal with that.) So I’ve decided to send a periodic newsletter instead [...]

June 14, 2017

Jason Deleeuw, Scrum Master at Wazee Digital, discusses what it means to be an agile company.

July 10, 2017

DENVER — July 10, 2017 — Wazee Digital, a leading provider of cloud-native video management and licensing services, today announced improvements to Wazee Digital Core designed to enhance the user experience. Changes to the user interface will result in greater efficiency, while process changes will make it easier for users to ingest content and update bulk metadata [...]

May 23, 2017

I’m spoiled. Like super-spoiled. I catch a rainbow trout the size of my ice-fishing boot and think it’s rather small. Beautiful – but “nothing of size.” I’ve been ridiculously spoiled because I have caught rainbows over two feet long. (Don’t worry; I release them all back to grow even bigger.) I’m grateful. But, I’m spoiled [..]

April 5, 2017

Kearsley Olcott of Wazee Digital recalls her first 60 days at Wazee Digital

February 28, 2017

I once had a boss who said ‘(users) can have it right, they can have it fast, or they can have it cheap but you can’t have all 3.’ We at Wazee Digital constantly strive to create a product that makes end-users lives easier at the right moment for the right cost. As part of our unicorn hunting skillset product managers should listen, watch, and listen some more to the end-users. Ask questions to understand and determine what the problem is that needs solving. Listen some more. Then collaborate with our teams and the user(s) to determine how best to create and gift the unicorn back to the user with a side of rainbow sprinkles. This is where I will let you know that the Unicorn here is YouTube Publishing, and the Sprinkles? Monetization [...]

February 1, 2017

In the video content business, searching through trillions of moments of video to find ‘tank’ can be just as time consuming and arduous to narrow down a set of results. Even in a large asset management system ‘tank’ could mean a container for fish or a military vehicle, two very different things (as you can see below) requiring further refinement.

October 4, 2016

How do you define “simple” in two words or less? “No-brainer” comes first to my mind, my 11-year-old son says “not difficult,” my teenagers collectively say “basic” while my husband plays my little word game and mutters “not complicated.” As a product manager, I spend a significant amount of time trying to articulate features and […]

September 7, 2016

You see, Humpty is a deploy. He was all right in QA but collapsed after being deployed to production. Now, the site’s down and your boss is losing his shit. IT is saying the code is broken. The developers are saying it’s a server issue.

July 11, 2016

By year 2000, the Internet was everywhere. Yet still, it was something that we patiently waited to be connected to – ah yes, the days of watching the iconic yellow AOL man run across your screen with the exciting yet dreaded dial-up tone. “Welcome,” and “You’ve got mail” became signals to our psyche that we were connected.

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