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Product & Beyond is a monthly meetup of people passionate about products. Design, engineering, product management, marketing, operations, legal and more all partake in the creation of great products. We regularly get together to drink, laugh and casually talk about products and beyond.
Meaningful Discussions in Ho Chi Minh City is the Saigon chapter of the largest face-to-face discussion group with monthly events taking place in 11 countries.
Lean Startup Vietnam host irregular events sharing Lean Startup techniques and experiences.
Purple Journal is a folder based journaling solution that beautifully renders text files, images, videos and more.
Pomodoro Calendar let you register your Pomodoros of the whole year.
GWT Bootstrap was a wrapper of Bootstrap for Google Web Toolkit.
Google Calendar to Kindle let you send your agenda to your Amazon Kindle.
The Carpet Makers on thousands of planets spend their whole life creating one carpet each from the hair of their wives and daughters. This beautiful carpet is for the palace of the emperor. But the emperor is dead and his palace contains not a single hair carpet.
Author Andreas Eschbach unravels they mystery of the hair carpets in a collection of self-contained short stories, all following different protagonists, painting a detailed picture of this foreign world.
Murakami Haruki has written many wonderful books. The ones I highly recommend are:
I listen to quite a few podcasts. These are the English ones I enjoy quite a bit:
The German-speaking audience might like:
Within a few days of prototyping a game mechanic, Valve’s designers start watching users play. And they conduct playtests once a week until their games are fun and it is “no longer excruciatingly painful” to watch.
On a side note: At least in 2012, when its Handbook for New Employees was published, Valve was completely self-organized.
YouTubers MrWhoseTheBoss and MKBHD explain the techniques tech companies use to get a more positive coverage of their products.