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Two killer podcasts and a great recipe from Moven’s Denny Brandt

The product manager listens to a podcast called (shocker!) “This is Product Management” but he's into other stuff too.

In our series What They’re Reading, we ask local tech leaders for book (and podcast) recs. Check out the full series here.


Denny Brandt is a product manager for Moven, a banking company based in the Philly ‘burbs, but he lives here in Wilmington. He authored a story recently for sister site Technical.ly Philly all about cloud computing, and we just found out how he got his start in the tech business.
But what about what he reads and listens to in order to get inspired? Brandt recommended two podcasts:

Breaking Banks

  • A fintech podcast that hits everything from blockchain to AI with debates by experts.

This is Product Management

  • Of course a product manager digs into a podcast with a title like this. Brand told us he likes it because it “looks at practical insights and lessons learned that are useful for product teams of all types.” He picked it up after a friend from Arcweb in Philly recommended it.

Brandt says he and his wife get down with cooking, too, and he recommends a cookbook called The Feed Zone.  “It’s co-authored by a chef and nutritionist who are active and cyclists,” Brandt said.
We couldn’t let him go without a recipe recommendation, so he pointed us to the Chicken Pad Thai, which is available online for free. The recipe, not the meal. Come on.
Why not listen while you cook?

Companies: Moven

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