Product and business strategy and development leader building web and mobile since 1993, including product management, business development, software development, and team management. Currently at Turner Broadcasting as Senior Director of Emerging Technologies, and run Media Camp, an accelerator for media startups in San Francisco. Formerly at Google for seven years, building ads, developer, client, real-time internet, and web infrastructure products.
Specialties: Internet technology strategy, leadership and product management; quickly and robustly building minimum viable products; partnerships and developer ecosystems; technical and business evaluation and diligence; and Internet search, advertising, and social.
Industry Expertise (3)
Media - Online
Areas of Expertise (3)
Internet Behavioral Design
Minimum Viable Product
Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Post Graduate, Technical Japanese for Computer Scientists and Electrical Engineers 1995
University of Florida: BS, Mathematics, Computer Science, East Asian Languages & Literatures 1995
Event Appearances (3)
Innovation in Media
Online Sales All-Hands Mountain View, CA
LAUNCH Festival Accelerator Panel
LAUNCH Festival San Francisco, CA
The Future of Social TV
Digital Hollywood Beverly Hills, CA
Sample Talks (1)
Designing and Developing the Internet for People
Agile development, key-value databases, go-to market strategies, minimum viable products. There are many important elements to building products on the Internet and mobile. But the most important element is one that is so often forgotten: the people using the product. "Users first," yes, but we need to shift our thinking to "people first." In this talk, Jeff Eddings will spell out the key things that every team needs to know to deliver successful products to people.
- Workshop Leader
- Corporate Training