Jared Spool from User Interface Engineering says focus on solving problems not building features.
David Jones from the BBC lists the big ideas from last week's big event in London.
Hannah Alvarez from UserTesting says users can't be wrong, so iterate your product towards them.
David Cook from Jut says instrumentation is your best defence against known unknowns in the future.
Jasper Sherman-Presser from Linkedin on the dark side of ruthless prioritisation.
Dr Jim Anderson from (aka The Accidental Product Manager) says Product Managers at startups should start by fixing the problem they were hired to solve.
Tom Evans from CompellingPM on why the best Product Managers prefer long term product value to short-term attention grabs.
Brendan Mulligan from Cluster says good product launches grab attention like fireworks but it's the product that keeps users coming back.