At the moment, I do not maintain a regular blog, but I write some stuff here and there. Here’s a collection of the writings I have spread around the web.

Marty meets Martin: connecting the two triads of Product Management

Medium (published to Product Coalition), November 2017

6 Principles for Truly Effective OKRs

Medium (published to Onfido Tech), March 2019
Part 1: https://medium.com/onfido-tech/6-principles-for-truly-effective-okrs-part-1-8278ce2b8b20
Part 2: soon

Natural Intelligence

Medium, March 2019

Learning about Machine Learning through a toddler’s eyes

My 2018 Product retrospective

Medium, Dec 2018

A Product is a Product: product management is not just software!

Medium (published to Product Coalition), May 2018

“If you find me, hand me at the nearest cafeteria” — Said no ID card ever

Medium (published to Hacker Noon), September 2017

Sunday morning thoughts on identity theft

Scrum in agencies: where does the Product Owner live?

Medium, July 2017

Implementing Scrum in a standalone organisation (such as a product company) derives directly from the framework. Yet some aspects are open to interpretation for Scrum teams in an agency providing software development services to clients.

“I need a shoe!”

Medium (published to Product Coalition), April 2017

A product management metaphor for focusing on the users’ problems, not feature requests

Stop saying “Hi!” on Slack!

Medium, February 2017

From the point of view of a Product Owner who enjoys openness.

Trello in Agile Teams

Medium (published to Product Coalition), October 2016

This is a companion post to the talk I delivered at Pixels.Camp on October 6th, 2016 (video on YouTube), with advice from my experience using Trello in agile software development. Disclaimer: I’m not affiliated with Trello or any other entity or brand mentioned in this post.

A Day in the Life: inviting college students to view a software house from the inside

Premium Minds blog, September 2014

Premium Minds participated in an initiative which included hosting college seniors for a day, working together with our teams. This post tells how the experience went.

O Metropolitano de Lisboa está sem dinheiro para mais museus

Público’s “P3”, February 2012

I have an amateur interest for public transport networks, and a strong opinion on some aspects thereof. In this article in Portuguese, I talk about the lack of growth of Lisbon’s subway network, and the relationship with the grandiosity of its stations.