HTTP/2 is the future of the web, and promises to bring performance improvements, simplified markup, and lower resource utilization on the server. On top of that, browser support is already quite high and is growing rapidly. In this talk we’ll go over the genesis of the protocol (including how SPDY fits into the picture), how HTTP/2 works under the hood, and how you can already leverage it to speed up your site. We’ll also look at some examples of how it impacts page load time for actual websites that you use every day, including how it affects specific optimizations like:
Jonathan is a software engineer at Etsy, where he focuses on solving web performance and scalability challenges. He started the Boston Web Performance Meetup Group, and contributes to a few open source projects, including the HTTPArchive, WebPagetest, and CSSLint. Jonathan blogs regularly at http://www.jonathanklein.net and can be found on Twitter at @jonathanklein.
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