As if Marty Cagan, Kathy Sierra and Jon Kolko wasn’t enough awesomeness for one product conference, we’ve got three more amazing speakers to announce for #mtpcon San Francisco:
Ryan Singer is a UI designer and Product Manager at Basecamp. He joined what was then known as 37signals as a web designer and was part of the team who designed and built Basecamp, transitioning 37signals from a design consultancy to a world reknowned software as a service company. In the 12 years since then he has led the design and product management of Basecamp, Backpack, Campfire and Highrise, all class leading products used by millions around the world.
Tom Chi has worked in a wide range of roles from astrophysics researcher to Fortune 500 consultant to corporate executive. He’s played a significant role in established projects with global reach like Microsoft Outlook and Yahoo Search as well as scaled new projects from concept to significance such as Yahoo Answers. He most recently served as head of product experience at Google X where he developed products such as Google Glass and Google’s self-driving cars.
His current focus is delving into human development issues with social entrepreneurs around the globe, rebooting the fundamental frameworks of entrepreneurship itself.
Linda Rising is an independent consultant who lives in Nashville, Tennessee. She has authored four books and numerous articles and is an internationally known presenter on topics related to patterns, retrospectives, influence strategies, agile development, and the change process. With a Ph.D. from Arizona State University in the field of object-based design metrics, Linda’s background includes university teaching and software development in a number of different domains.
Mind the Product is a one-day, one-track conference, with 9 inspiring speakers throughout the day. You’ll also get a free lunch included, access to the exclusive afterparty, and several coffee-fueled breaks to network with fellow product people.
We’ll announce the final three speakers over the coming months but for now keep an eye out for the ticket release on February 12! All 100 early bird tickets sold out in just two seconds so you’re going to have to be quick!