Q: "What are some technical questions that Product Managers are asked during interviews?"
Let's unpack the word "technical" here first.
If that's taken to imply questions related to programming or software development, then there are a few companies out there that might ask you to:
Note: Coding questions are rare, even though they aren't unheard of.
Most Product Managers aren't expected to code on the job even though they may need to familiar with certain technical jargon & software/web development concepts.
Now, in my book, questions about Product Management practices and principles are "technical" too e.g.
Over the past years, I've heard of other non-behavioral questions that come up at interviews which are considered as "technical" by some:
Questions related to the technical or business domain of the product.
Questions related to generating demand or opening top-of-funnel for a product e.g.
Questions that "attempt" to assess the raw brainpower of a candidate e.g.
Questions that test the mathematical & data interpretation skills:
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