Five qualities that make a Great Product

I listened to this podcast by Jeff Weiner , CEO LinkedIn and here are his 5 pointers that he put together after he took over as Product chief about 6 months ago.

  1. Singular Value Proposition and focus – Does one thing really really well.

    1. Canonical example: Google
  2. Simple, Intuitive user experience and anticipates user’s needs

    1. Canonical Example: Waze
  3. Product exceeds user’s expectations. Product builds a relationship with it’s users.

    1. Canonical Example: Sonos
  4. Great products resonate emotionally. How does the product make you feel.

    1. Canonical Example: Tesla  (It makes you feel like driving the future)
  5. Great products have a meaningful impact on your life.

    1. Canonical Example: iPhone (A phone that finally became a control panel of your life)
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Harsh truths about corporate life

http://www.mensxp.com/work-life/be-a-better-manager/25349-18-harsh-truths-about-corporate-life-nobody-will-ever-tell-you.html

Ganesh’s first blog

GO OUT and PLAY Go out and Play On a sunny day, Football or cricket You might score a goal or get a wicket Ride your bike Or go for a hike There’s so much to do Don’t catch flu Ride a horse or sit on a cow You are not on the stage So don’t take a bow Go and swim or work out in the gym You can do anything, you can do everything Just go out and play On a happy, sunny or a snowy day

PFX and CER files

http://security.stackexchange.com/questions/29425/difference-between-pfx-and-cert-certificates

http/2 , http2 explained

http://daniel.haxx.se/http2/http2-v1.10.pdf

http://www.infoworld.com/article/2608473/internet/http-2-web-acceleration-protocol-nears-completion.html

http://googledevelopers.blogspot.in/2015/02/introducing-grpc-new-open-source-http2.html

http://www.grpc.io/faq/

http://www.infoq.com/news/2012/06/spdy-websockets