Mind the Product 2012 September 30, 2012
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On Friday I attended the Mind the Product conference in London. I've now returned primarily to the world of hands-on-development but this time last year I was doing some product management, and it's something I expect to return to. What follows are my notes, photographed straight from my note book, so all spelling mistakes or misquotes are entirely my own. Also, it's worth remembering that these notes are for me, so your mileage may vary.
Each speaker has 2 images - the first is the notes page (stuff they said), and the second an asides page (stuff they referred to or recommended looking at).
Session 1: Marty Cagan
Session 2: Tom Chi
Session 3: Tom Hulme
Session 4: John Earner
Session 5: Charles Adler
Session 6: Hannah Donovan and Matthew Ogle
Session 7: Tom Loosemore
Session 8: Tom Coates
An interesting day. I could have listened to Marty Cagan pretty much all day if I'm honest, and I think his was the talk that actually, really, hit the product management topic square on. It was well organised, and enjoyable. I'll definitely keep an eye out for next years.