Build resilient systems at scale
28–30 October 2015 • Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Ensuring a high performing web for the next billion people

Bruce Lawson (Opera ASA)
10:45–11:05 Friday, 30/10/2015
Keynote
Location: Auditorium
Average rating: ****.
(4.86, 88 ratings)

Prerequisite Knowledge

An understanding of the difference between HTML and JavaScript, web apps vs native apps. There will be some light technical discussion of code to amplify a point, but it's not essential to actually understanding the point.

Description

  • Where will your next customers come from?
  • Why do the next billion matter, and where do they come from?
  • What devices do they use?
  • What challenges do they face? Devices, networks, etc.
  • What is coming in web standards to ameliorate some of these?
  • What can browsers do to help – and how do proxy browsers work?
  • How can web developers ensure their sites work properly with proxy browsers?
  • What is Opera doing to make its Opera Mini proxy browser faster and better?
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Bruce Lawson

Opera ASA

Bruce Lawson advocates open standards for Opera. He’s been involved in explaining and making web standards since 2002. He co-wrote the first book on HTML5, contributed to the W3C’s Mobile Web Best Practices, and was a member of the Web Standards Project.