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Dot Connector

Strategizing, context switching, long-term vision and attention to detail are your underlying strengths. You like making lists, having an impact and being the group leader. You make your mark by being good at prioritization, delegating tasks, organizing groups and encouraging others. You’re into: juggling several things at once, knowing when to keep working and when the job is done.

Career Opportunities

Potential career fields for dot connectors include Project Management, Business Analysis, Brand Strategy, and Museum Curatorial Studies, and Product Management.

Product Managers @ Codecademy

Our product managers (PMs) decided to make this survey in order to help people like you recognize your programming potential. They researched student needs, made plans with Designers and Engineers, then made sure everyone knew what to do in order to get this quiz to you.

You may excel at Product Management

At its heart, product management is the ability to prioritize a list of the most impactful product features and coordinating a group of specialists to build a feature. Product managers speak with specialists to gather data and expert insights, writing "specs" or documents that outline the changes to a product, then communicate to the people in charge. Product Managers earn an average salary of $93,552 according to Payscale.

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SQL is a programming language for working with databases. It is the most common tool for pulling data from databases, which allows product managers to make quick independent analyses.

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Python

Python is one of the most popular programming languages in the world! Packaged with a robust set of tools, it can be used for everything from web development to data science.

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Dot Connector

Strategizing, context switching, long-term vision and attention to detail are your underlying strengths. You like making lists, having an impact and being the group leader. You make your mark by being good at prioritization, delegating tasks, organizing groups and encouraging others. You’re into: juggling several things at once, knowing when to keep working and when the job is done.

Career Opportunities

Potential career fields for dot connectors include Project Management, Business Analysis, Brand Strategy, and Museum Curatorial Studies, and Product Management.

Product Managers @ Codecademy

Our product managers (PMs) decided to make this survey in order to help people like you recognize your programming potential. They researched student needs, made plans with Designers and Engineers, then made sure everyone knew what to do in order to get this quiz to you.

You may excel at Product Management

At its heart, product management is the ability to prioritize a list of the most impactful product features and coordinating a group of specialists to build a feature. Product managers speak with specialists to gather data and expert insights, writing "specs" or documents that outline the changes to a product, then communicate to the people in charge. Product Managers earn an average salary of $93,552 according to Payscale.

Analyze Data with SQL

Start our Skill Path
or try starting with

SQL

SQL is a programming language for working with databases. It is the most common tool for pulling data from databases, which allows product managers to make quick independent analyses.

Start SQL

Python

Python is one of the most popular programming languages in the world! Packaged with a robust set of tools, it can be used for everything from web development to data science.

Start Python
or explore on your own

Discover all our SQL or all our Code Foundations content.