The World's First

Advanced Technical Fluency Program

For Non-Technical CEOs and Executives

Hate calling yourself a “non-technical” professional?

You’ll never have to again.

Build and lead extraordinary digital companies, without being a tech nerd.

I like to be upfront that this is a sales page. No gimmicks.

If you could greatly benefit from the training+coaching I provide, I’ll encourage you to schedule a 20-minute call with me.

If we talk and decide it’s not for you, I’ll still give you my honest advice on how you could learn and grow on your own.

P.S. You can also read my book, Tech Fluent CEO and get a lot of value that way.

Why Technical Fluency?

As a non-technical leader, you’ve probably felt a “disconnect” while working with engineers, or reading about new technological developments.

You don’t want to code, but don’t want to be completely in the dark about how things work either.

Becoming Tech Fluent will help you close this gap:

  • Confidently participate in high-level technical discussions — never feel like a “lost” bystander in such meetings.
  • Strategize technically and have informed opinions. Unleash valuable insights from your unique background that engineers are probably missing!
  • Sell effectively to technical decision-makers, whether customers or investors. Build real credibility and trust.
  • Lead and manage with more certainty. Easily explain important technology decisions to others.
  • Save yourself months of time, money and sobbing in the bathroom by not “wondering” how things are going and whether the tech team is on the same page as you.
  • Avoid costly mistakes when outsourcing tech development. Always get “quality” engineering work done at a fair price.
Build intuition by learning concepts, not buzzwords
Practice systems-thinking and architecture skills
Confidently engage in technical discussions

Meet your instructor

Hi I’m Aman, author of Tech Fluent CEO. As an engineer I have worked on self-driving trucks, computer vision for robot assistants, and AI-enabled brain-computer interfaces. Besides that, I’ve done B2B sales for two tech startups both worth >$1 billion.

I’ve received worldwide recognition for my teaching. My essays explaining cutting-edge AI technologies to non-engineers have been widely discussed in the media, and I’ve given guest lectures on AI to fine arts students in Japan. I have a Masters degree in Systems Engineering from Cornell University, USA.

I work with CEOs from diverse businesses and industries, which you can hear about on my podcasts.

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What You'll Learn

Part 1: The Basics

Learn the basics of software technology and machine learning. Practice analyzing and designing systems at a high level.

Part 2: Full Stack

We will dive into complex web and mobile applications. Learn about the back-end, front-end, cloud infrastructure and DevOps. See how applications scale to millions of users. Become familiar with cybersecurity principles, including common attacks and protective measures. Look under the hoods of popular tech products.

Part 3: New Ideas

Explore what’s possible! Let’s work together to chart a new path for you and your company.

Miscellanous

You’ll also work on “soft technical skills” like how to properly argue with senior engineers about major decisions, how to vet technical vendors/salespeople, how to quickly read and understand highly technical articles, etc.

The full training should take you no more than 60 days, but it’s flexible. We’ll conduct regular meetings on Zoom.

Price: $9,900

(One-time payment)

Enrollment is limited to those I can genuinely help.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Will I learn to code?
No. Coding skills aren’t necessary to build technical intuition. If you are really interested, I recommend going on FreeCodeCamp.org or Code.org to get high-quality instruction for free.

What is the learning experience like?
My style is a mix of hand-holding and tough love. Expect to do a lot of reading, brainstorming, and talking (you can’t become “fluent” just by passively consuming lectures).

I follow the principle of “i+1” — the rigor will be just out of your comfort zone, but not overwhelming.

I’m in the <insert name> industry. Will you be able to understand my business?
Shouldn’t make a difference, but we’ll know for sure during the interview.

What is the time commitment?
The core program will take 60 days depending on your pace, but you can go faster or slower (ask me more in the intro call). Ideally, you’ll spend around 2-4 hours per week. The course is heavy on practical exercises, so don’t expect anything to binge!

What prior knowledge do I need?
It’s helpful to be business-savvy, but not necessary.

How will I access the course?
It will be on Google Classroom. I will release the learning material (lectures, quizzes, assignments) on the class homepage periodically. We will also schedule a live video session each week. You won’t need to download any software for the course.

Can I get a discount?
It’s a fair price and it includes direct access to me, so unfortunately I won’t give discounts. In any case, you can access my book, my >4000 word essays, my video lectures, and my podcasts for free.

Can I get training/workshops for my whole team?
Use the same link above to schedule a meeting. 🙂