Schedule: Web Performance sessions

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Location: Hall 1 B/C Level:
Andrew Oates (Google), Patrick Mueller (IBM, Apache)
Average rating: ***..
(3.75, 32 ratings)
Page Speed Online weinre: a Debugger for the Mobile Web Read more.
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Location: Hall 1 B/C Level:
Alois Reitbauer (Dynatrace)
Average rating: ***..
(3.36, 25 ratings)
This five-minute talk will answer questions about site performance - how to provably cut loading times to deliver exceptional user experience. Read more.
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Location: Hall 1 B/C Level:
Brian Doll (SourceClear)
Average rating: **...
(2.83, 23 ratings)
Web applications are being shipped faster, deployed instantly to the cloud and are catering to the ever-growing needs of a technologically connected audience. How do you manage it all? How do you maintain high performance in your application, stay on top of your server performance and ensure your end users are getting the best service you can deliver? Find out with New Relic! Read more.
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Location: Hall 1 B/C Level:
Joshua Bixby (Strangeloop Networks)
Average rating: ***..
(3.79, 33 ratings)
If you've been looking for compelling data that will help you make a case for investing in mobile performance, this session is a must-see. Joshua Bixby presents brand-new data in detailed case studies that show how real-world companies have optimized the performance of their mobile sites -- and as a result have experienced dramatic improvements in KPIs such as page views, conversions, and revenue. Read more.
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Location: Hall 1 B/C Level:
Jon Jenkins (Amazon.com)
Average rating: ****.
(4.20, 30 ratings)
The speed at which dev ops works is critical. It enables greater innovation and faster reaction in your business. Join Jon Jenkins as he talks about why it's important to iterate fast, deploy fast, be wrong a lot, and learn from your mistakes. Read more.
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Location: Hall 1 B/C Level:
Tim Morrow (Betfair)
Average rating: ***..
(3.35, 34 ratings)
Faced with page load times that consistently exceeded 10 seconds, in June 2011 Betfair published a customer commitment to ensure greater clarity and transparency on key aspects of our service, including page performance. We set a target of 3 seconds and proceeded to rebuild the entire site with this target in mind. Read more.
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Location: Hall 1 A Level:
Jon Jenkins (Amazon.com)
Average rating: ****.
(4.29, 7 ratings)
This talk will present a new way we are looking at the mobile browsing challenges at Amazon.com. We will present data about site latency among various classes of devices and usage of mobile versions of the site. Much of the presentation will focus on technical approaches to dramatically reduce web site latency for this class of users. Read more.
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Location: Hall 1 A Level:
David Mandelin (Mozilla Corporation)
Average rating: ***..
(3.58, 12 ratings)
In order to make their programs fast, developers need to understand how the system compiles, optimizes, and runs programs. This talk will help JavaScript developers make their programs fast by popping the hood on modern JavaScript engines such as SpiderMonkey, V8, JSC, and Chakra and explaining how they work. Read more.
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Location: Hall 1 A Level:
Stephen Thair (DevOpsGuys)
Average rating: ***..
(3.36, 14 ratings)
We all talk about web performance but exactly HOW do we measure web performance, and what are the metrics we measure? How many different ways are there to measure web performance, what are their strengths and weaknesses, and which are the most appropriate at different stages of the software development lifecycle? That's what this talk will help you discover! Read more.
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Location: Hall 1 A Level:
Average rating: ***..
(3.73, 15 ratings)
Mathias will illustrate how applying the DRY principle (Don’t Repeat Yourself) increases the readability, maintainability, and especially the *performance* of your JavaScript code, all while reducing its total file size. You’ll walk away with a better understanding of scripting fundamentals and the real-world consequences of your code architecture choices. Read more.
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Location: Hall 1 A Level:
Matthew Steele (Google), Andrew Oates (Google), Joshua Marantz (Google)
Average rating: ****.
(4.00, 11 ratings)
Page Speed Analysis tools provide performance metrics for web-sites, and mod_pagespeed and Page Speed Service automatically rewrite web sites by applying web performance "best practices". But exactly what is the impact on web site latency and usability from implementing these transformations? We’ll share what we’ve learned from running Page Speed and mod_pagespeed in the field. Read more.
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Location: Hall 1 A Level:
Jeroen Tjepkema (MeasureWorks)
Average rating: ***..
(3.50, 8 ratings)
For optimizing web performance most of you have put to practice the "14 rules for creating high performance websites". But most IT organizations don't have the resources, time or money available to continuously fine-tune their web performance. There’s a need for a different approach, automation of web performance optimization. This session covers every aspect of performance automation and more. Read more.
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Location: Hall 1 B/C Level:
Andreas Grabner (Dynatrace), Laurie Denness (Bloomberg LP)
Average rating: ***..
(3.65, 20 ratings)
FITB: Network graphing done right Deep Dive Browser Diagnostics Read more.
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Location: Hall 1 B/C Level:
Arnaud Becart (Cedexis)
Average rating: *....
(1.67, 27 ratings)
ip-label will illustrate via real customer cases how they provide the largest portfolio of end-user monitoring solutions in the Application Performance Management industry. Read more.
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Location: Hall 1 A Level:
Andreas Bovens (Opera Software)
Average rating: ****.
(4.00, 9 ratings)
From its early days, Opera has focused on providing its users with a snappy browsing experience on a wide range of hardware and OSes. In this talk, we'll look at the latest versions of Opera for desktop, Opera Mobile and Opera Mini and explore how they make web pages super fast. Read more.
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Location: Hall 1 A Level:
Tony Gentilcore (Google)
Average rating: ***..
(3.80, 10 ratings)
Google Chrome gets faster and faster with every release. We'll talk about the latest advances as well as what the team is working on now. Chrome's speed is great for users, but let's not forget about developers! Chrome now has the richest developer tools for making your site as fast as possible. Come learn about the new features that have us most excited. Read more.
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Location: Hall 1 A Level:
Chris Heilmann (Mozilla Firefox)
Average rating: ****.
(4.33, 12 ratings)
In this talk you'll learn what Firefox has in store for users and developers alike and get a glimpse into how a browser can blur the line between apps and the web whilst allowing you to experience the web on your own terms. Read more.
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Location: Hall 1 A Level:
Aaron Peters (TurboBytes)
Average rating: ***..
(3.62, 16 ratings)
Getting JavaScript into the page in a fast, non-blocking way is key for webpage performance. Aaron will present an overview of JavaScript loading techniques, 'best practices' browser differences and how each technique performs on different types of webpages. Read more.
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Location: Hall 1 A Level:
Estelle Weyl (Instart Logic)
Average rating: ****.
(4.00, 9 ratings)
It is bad user experience for a site to load slowly, but it is even worse for sites to be jumpy, choppy, or worse yet, non-responsive. In this session we learn about what makes sites perform poorly and tips to preventing and resolving mobile UI pitfalls. Read more.
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Location: Hall 1 A Level:
Matas Petrikas (SoundCloud), Andrew Pile (Vimeo), Greg Schechter (YouTube)
Average rating: ***..
(3.50, 2 ratings)
There are millions and millions of them on the web, they have changed the way we deliver, share and perceive audio and video - the embeddable player widgets. The people behind omnipresent Youtube, Vimeo and SoundCloud players will discuss the current challenges in the embeddable content world - scalability, transition from Flash to HTML5, web performance and platform integrations. Read more.
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  • ip-label
  • Compuware Corporation
  • dynaTrace
  • Keynote Systems
  • New Relic
  • Citrix Systems
  • Google
  • Apica
  • AppDynamics
  • CDNetworks
  • Cotendo
  • Dyn Inc.
  • ImmobilienScout24
  • Spil Games
  • Dyn Inc.

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