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October 12–14, 2015 • New York, NY
Daniel Stenberg

Daniel Stenberg
Network hacker, Mozilla

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Daniel Stenberg (http://daniel.haxx.se/), employed by Mozilla, is perhaps most known as the founder and main developer of curl and libcurl. He’s been working with internet protocols for almost 20 years, and has been actively involved in the HTTPbis working group within the IETF during the HTTP/2 specification work. Daniel is involved with several different HTTP/2 implementations, and is the author of perhaps the most exhaustive HTTP/2 document available, http2 explained.

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1:15pm–1:55pm Tuesday, 10/13/2015
Location: Regent Parlor
Ragnar Lonn (Load Impact), Daniel Stenberg (Mozilla)
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The new HTTP/2 protocol is mostly focused on web performance. So what kind of performance improvement can you expect by switching to HTTP/2? Daniel Stenberg (one of the IETF's architects of HTTP/2) and Ragnar Lönn (founder of Load Impact) explain the key improvements within HTTP/2, and unveil a new tool developers can use to see how their applications will function in the new protocol. Read more.

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