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2018 marks the first-ever ProductCamp San Diego, the unconference for product people! Organizer Veronica Ford has written an introduction to unconferences to help San Diego participants get oriented. What is an unconference? An ‘unconference’ is typically a user-driven, collaborative experience. It has no agenda, no keynote speakers; the participants get…

ProductCamp San Diego is the perfect place to exchange ideas between product teams from companies of different sizes and in different industries.  What can we learn from each other?  In this guest post from our friends at Pragmatic Marketing, Jeffrey Pruitt explores the opportunities for large and small companies to adopt…

How did ProductCamps originate? ProductCamps are based on the concept of BarCamps, first held in 2005 in Palo Alto, California. It’s a reference to the hacker slang term, foobar. BarCamp arose as a tongue-in-cheek spin-off of Foo Camp, an annual invitation-only, participant-driven conference hosted by open source publishing luminary Tim O’Reilly. Where…

ProductCamp San Diego presented the Product Management track at San Diego Startup Week 2018.  The Product Management track was new to Startup Week for 2018. This track was all workshops, with interactive and hands-on exercises. Hundreds of Startup Week attendees participated in six sessions throughout the week to dive deep…