ProductCamp Vancouver 2022

Welcome!

This year at ProductCamp we will have 3 types of sessions:

  1. Presentations (structured sharing of ideas or information to the audience)

  2. Panels

  3. Workshops 


To submit a session: check to see if your idea is already submitted, if not, go for it.

Creativity and diversity of backgrounds is very welcome!
Please select the type of session you are proposing, write a session title, description and a short blurb about the value you bring to the topic.

To vote: click on the appropriate button for a pre-submitted session that interests you.

You have 10 votes in total, ideally distributed across the different session types.
You can always redistribute your votes if a great session gets submitted after you’ve used all 10.  

How it works:

  • Wed, May 4: Potential session leaders can begin submitting ideas online and voting begins

  • Mon, May 23: The most popular session will be shortlisted

  • Tue, May 24: Session leaders notified via email

  • Sat, May 28: Attendees will vote to select shortlisted sessions as they arrive for the event


Don’t forget to register to attend at: https://www.productcampvancouver.org


See you at ProductCamp Vancouver!


Please note:

  • Anonymous sessions will be deleted

  • Each potential session leader is limited to two session proposals 

  • Ideas that are deemed inappropriate for ProductCamp will be flagged &/or deleted


ProductCamp Vancouver 2022

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  1. You want to address all the market opportunities, but “you can’t boil the ocean.”

    --> Different applications of your product or platform = multiple market opportunities;

    --> Multiple problems to solve with your product or platform = multiple market opportunities'

    --> The same problem that your product or platform solves exists in multiple jurisdictions = multiple market opportunities'

    Learn about a Development Framework to compare opportunities side-by-side, and learn how to use and work with this framework in this workshop.

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  2. Acquiring users for your feature and experimenting on existing user experience paradigms is tricky when users are already 'used' to something.

    • When do you leverage internal vs. external customers for research?
    • How might we formulate hypotheses and test them in product?
    • When is a prototype good enough?
    • What kind of data do we need to collect?
    • How do we balance competing proposals?
    • What's significant?

    In this presentation, we'll explore all of the above through some of the key moments in developing IntelliCode suggestions. We'll also explore what we learned about operating as a product & dev team and discuss some…

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  3. We can all imagine a world where the majority of goods and services embrace sustainable practices. Most of us care, even care deeply about this.

    However, there is a gap between our values and daily choices we make, professionally and personally. There is a gap between how we perceive ourselves and our actual impact on things.

    We want to take this opportunity to guide a [panel/workshop] session on discussing what are the steps that we as product people can take, today. Heck, even voting for and attending this session is a step - making a decision for sustainability.

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