In this session, the following speakers will spend 10 minutes each demonstrating:
Page Phase Time
Page Phase Time (PPT) is an innovative PLT measurement technique that relies on determining which “phase” in the page rendering cycle best represents user-perceived performance. PPT is adaptive to most web pages, and does not rely on pre-defined thresholds for pixel change percentages or similar methodologies.
This session will close with an open discussion around in what situations each should be considered and the pitfalls with each as we search for the holy grail in user experience performance measurement.
Patrick Meenan has been working on web performance in one form or another for the last 12 years and is currently working at Google to make the web faster. He created the popular open-source WebPagetest web performance measurement tool, runs the free instance of it at www.webpagetest.org and can frequently be found in the forums helping site owners understand and improve their website performance. He also helped found the WPO foundation which is a non-profit organization focused on Web Performance Optimization.
I have been working for Microsoft as a performance engineer since 2006 and mainly focus on web performance on more than 14 different projects including http://www.msdn.com, http://www.technet.com, http://connect.microsoft.com, http://support.microsoft.com, etc.
Please Try http://www.PagePhaseTime.com (or http://www.PagePhaseTime.com/MOBILE/ on devices) for the patent I filed for the new PLT measurement methodology based on user perceived experience, which is now being used by MSDN and TFS and under consideration by several other internal teams within Microsoft.
On the personal side, I love basketball, squash, swimming (being a professional swimming athlete for 8 years). My wife and I enjoy playing with my 22-month-old daughter, and that is the majority of time we spend over leisure time.
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