My name is Aadil, and I write Building Romes - a newsletter on all things Technical Program Management (TPM).
I have spent 11 years (and still going) driving software and hardware programs at some of techs biggest names - Apple, Google, Blackberry, Nike.
At present, I am Senior Engineering Program Manager at Humane building the next leap in personal computing.
This experience has taught me a lot about building software and hardware and I want to share those learnings with you to help you become a better TPM one newsletter at a time.
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