There's actually a cool presentation embed in this article. I think it's important to say that an MVP that "works" is an MVP that create valuable knowledge. Showing it, discussing it, observe people reactions... all of this is testing, even if it's not even an interactive prototype etc...
The refined feature list sheet is great.
Um, not to be that guy, but I'm gonna be that guy, because there is a crucial semantic distinction: it's called a MINIMUM viable product.
True, but you can't imagine the amount of people that I see knocking at the door with a huge feature list for the MVP.
Great presentation. I truly believe professional MVPs are the best way to test the market.
Every time I hear about an idea, or someone wanting to build a product, be it the "Next Shazam!" or "Like Uber but for ___" it is extremely easy to forget the initial goals or to research or test or something along those lines. This presentation may help you keep yourself on the right path.