by Rajesh Bysani (@rajeshbysani) on Tuesday, November 26, 2013

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Section
Full talk

Technical level
Beginner

Objective

To dispel few myths around Minimum viable products and share a few tips on approaching product development the right way.

Description

If you are an entrepreneur or you work in a startup, you know that the most important thing is to ship fast. But more important than shipping fast is shipping right. The agile method helps us in building and shipping products quickly but how many times have you had to revert on a feature or redesign completely because that's not what the customers wanted?

In the session we will try to find out the best answers these questions.
How do you find out what is right for your customers? How do you get your hypothesis tested? How do you get your design tested? What is a minimum viable product? How do you build a minimum viable product?

Speaker bio

I build stuff. Over the last 9 years I have built some of the most used and most successful internet products in the country. Started my career as a front end developer with rediff shopping and moved quickly to product management and have been responsible for building products like Rediff Shopping, BookMyShow, redBus and now Freecharge.

Comments

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    [-] Jitendra Vyas (@jitendravyas) 3 years ago

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    You are absolutely right "More important than shipping fast is shipping right" Would like to listen this session

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