Netflix, Inc. is the world’s largest online movie rental service with over 7.5 million subscribing customers with millions of movies rated and shipped a day.
We have created a client performance round trip tracing mechanism to allow us to accurately measure the true end user customer performance experience. With this data in hand we are implementing YSlow + other performance enhancements and tracking the progress with each change.
Bill Scott will explain the round trip tracing mechanism, ways to visualize the data, as well as our the results they have achieved to date.
Previously, Bill led engineering for Yahoo! Teachers, a web 2.0 community allowing teachers to gather, organize & share web resources and lesson planning. In addition, as an Ajax Evangelist at Yahoo! he focused on spreading the goodness of “rich and sane” Ajax design & development. Bill is a frequent speaker at conferences and workshops discussing the nuances of good design and the challenges of great engineering. At Yahoo! Bill was also the Design Pattern curator where he launched the public Yahoo! Design Pattern Library (http://developer.yahoo.com/ypatterns).
Before Yahoo! Bill led User Experience at Sabre Airline Solutions and co-founded Rico (an open source Ajax framework, openrico.org.) For 20 years Bill has bounced back and forth between design and engineering projects, creating products in areas as diverse as video games, widget libraries, war gaming, IDE tools, airline management and Web consumer sites. His musings can be found at http://looksgoodworkswell.com.
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