Product Development

Singapore Summer 2013 Semester

How do you get from an idea to an offering? What are strategies to identify and prioritize features? How do you take a product definition and turn it into a development plan? What should comprise a minimum viable product? What are effective strategies to build your first offering? What are common mistakes that you should avoid when planning and building an offering?

Goal:
Plan and start building your offering.

Date:
2013-07-23, 06:30 PM

Mentors


8.03
Wei Zhu
Software Engineer, DFJ

Wei Zhu is a senior engineer at Facebook. He is one the first 100 engineers at Facebook. He started Facebook Connect in 2007 and was its first architect and technical lead, eventually helped making it the most popular social platform on the internet. Later he became the ...

7.57
Sau Sheong Chang
Director, Applied Cloud Computing Lab, HP Labs

Sau Sheong is currently leading the Applied Cloud Computing Lab in HP Labs, the research arm of Hewlett-Packard, to build cloud computing solutions using technologies researched on and developed within the labs. In the past, he provided technical consulting/advisory s...

7.17
Jaryl Sim
Founder, Tinkerbox Studios Pte Ltd

I'm a founder at Tinkerbox Studios, which I built from the ground up whilst pursuing my degree. Today, we help startups build web applications on Ruby on Rails, utilizing Lean UX and Lean Startup techniques to manage project uncertainty. I got my start in technology wh...

8.10
Olivier Carnohan
CEO

Olivier Carnohan is the co-founder and CEO of SBB !nnoVentures, the Joint-Venture between SingTel and Softbank. !nnoVentures develops and incubates innovative business models in the South-East Asian mobility world. He is an enterprising Digital veteran with over 15 yea...

7.50
Ken Ong
Engineering Director, Google

Ken specializes in new product development, both as an entrepreneur and intrapreneur. He is currently an Engineering Director at Google where he oversees development on Google Analytics. He has also created products in Google eBooks, Google Photos, and visual search. Pri...

7.73
Malcolm Ong
Co-founder, Skillshare

Malcolm is an Entrepreneur-in-Residence (EIR) at 500 Startups, the Co-founder of Skillshare, an Advisor to DJZ, ImageBrief, and Unwind.me, and a Mentor for Founder Institute (Singapore), Launchpad LA, and SXSW. He previously led the Product teams at Skillshare and OMGP...

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