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With Dhaval Shah (Head of Product, Sysdig).
Wednesday, April 24, 2019 at 06:30 PM   Absolutely Free
Product School SF, 415 Jackson St, Ste B
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If you are interested in learning the secrets of building products that customers love as a Product Manager or Designer or Engineer - this is the perfect event for you. Product Managers spend significant time building experiences that would delight users. Product friction can negatively impact that experience. In this engaging talk, Dhaval Shah will show us how great products get where they are by reducing Interactive & Cognitive friction & how friction can sometimes be necessary.
Main takeaways:- How product friction can negatively impact the experience that delight users - How great products get where they are by reducing interactive & cognitive friction - How friction can sometimes be necessary
Meet the Speaker: Dhaval Shah

Dhaval Shah is Head of Product at Sysdig. He is a multidisciplinary technology inventor with a passion for solving complex problems. He approaches challenges from a holistic perspective & has built revolutionary products while working at Microsoft, Coverity, CircleCI, & Sysdig.As a Product Leader, Dhaval uses creativity & experimentation to achieve innovative solutions, & as a team leader, he builds bridges & helps co-ordinate diverse skills & perspectives.
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