One day at Product Camp (Silicon Valley)


By Saeed Khan

First off, thanks to Rich Mironov for inspiring the title of this post. He was wearing a  t-shirt from the first ProductCamp Silicon Valley with a very similar phrase on it.

ProductCamp Silicon Valley was this past weekend. Held at the EBay complex in San Jose,  over 500 people showed up on a nice sunny Saturday to network, share their stories and learn about product management, product marketing, innovation and other such topics.

I’ve been to a number of camps in New York, Boston, Austin and of course here in Toronto, but this is the first time I’ve attended the event in the Valley. Yes, that’s me on the right getting ready for my talk. Click on the image to enlarge.

It was good to see some old friends such as Barb Nelson, Sue Raisty-Egami, Scott Gilbert, Steve Johnson, Cindy Solomon and of course, the aforementioned Rich Mironov amongst others.

I gave a talk on Product Management Metrics.  Steve Johnson spoke about Shaggy Dog stories. Barb discussed Launch Readiness (or lack thereof in some cases).

Our presentations are below, as well as a link to a Storify story by Cindy Solomon on the event. If you were there and have other links to the event or other presentations, leave them in the comments.

http://storify.com/prodmgmttalk/productcampsv-productcampsv-6th-annual-product-ca

Saeed

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One Response to One day at Product Camp (Silicon Valley)

  1. Thanks, Saeed!
    It was great seeing you again! Honored to be included in the post. Please speak at Startup Product Talks in San Francisco or San Mateo, next time you’re in the Bay Area!
    Rich Mironov spoke on the Global Product Management Talk following Saturday’s PCamp http://bit.ly/14a95K4
    I’ve included this post in the storify available in linear format and also as slides: http://bit.ly/16TxzHl slidvu http://bit.ly/15LsSvX
    Best,
    Cindy

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