A humbling experience at ProductCamp Austin
Product Camps are an amazing phenomenon. There’s no fee to attend. The agenda isn’t known in advance. And the attendees get to choose the sessions. How cool is that?
I attended ProductCamp Austin last Saturday (August 15, 2009). It was my first and although I believe I understood the concept, in execution it was so much better.
For my session I proposed “10 Ways to Identify and Impending Product Launch Disaster”. Out of 50+ sessions proposed, my session was one of the 30 chosen. I had a great group of attendees with lots of questions and input for their peers.
The biggest surprise of all was that I, yours truly, was voted best presenter. It was a great honor and a humbling experience. I can’t wait to try my hand at another ProductCamp when the opportunity presents itself.
Thanks to Paul Young and everyone who dedicated their time to organize and pull off a great event! And a special thanks to the folks who thought my topic was interesting enough to be heard and good enough to deserve best presenter.
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