Here’s a complete rundown of all my upcoming public events and travels.
You know research is important for de-risking your product decisions, but between building a product and keeping your early customers happy, how do you find the time? Cindy Alvarez shares scrappy techniques for continuing to learn from customers and validate your assumptions without investing a lot of time or money. In this hands-on two-hour course, you’ll learn how to use customer support and feedback channels to provoke research, arm your sales and customer success teams with research tactics, and figure out which feature requests you should build (and which you can ignore). You’ll also get a good idea of which customers you should focus on and what questions you should ask them.
While I’m going to have limited time on the ground, but please don’t hesitate to contact me if there may be an opportunity to connect in person while I’m in town.
How to Design Your Product with Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Principles
I’m thrilled to be presenting to EdTech leaders and entrepreneurs at the NewSchools Venture Fund Summit 2018 on the topic of “How to Design Your Product with Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Principles.”
I’m looking forward to presenting two breakout sessions at Build 2018 on May 9!
BRK2504 Decoding your users – addressing cognitive bias in product feedback
BRK2502 Making the case for Inclusive Design
If you can’t make it in person, the sessions will be available to watch later online (links coming when available).
SF startup friends – join me at a meetup I’m co-hosting: “Startups, open source, and Azure: the real stories.”
We’ll have lightning talks from startups building on Azure (the good and the bad). Come learn from some incredibly smart folks!
I’ll be speaking at Mind the Product Conference in San Francisco on July 17!
Mind the Product returns to Davies Symphony Hall in San Francisco on July 17 and promises to be one of our best product conferences yet, with a leadership forum, more workshops, more networking events around the conference, and more fun than ever before. As always the core of the conference is our line-up of amazing speakers, and the insights and stories they bring to the conference is what starts all those conversations.
I’m so thrilled to be participating as a speaker at the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing (GHC 2018) in Houston TX, on Sep. 26-28, 2018.
My talk on “How to Foster an Authentic and Consistent Personal Brand” will be Thu Sep. 27. More details coming soon!