Chao (Ray) Feng

Chao (Ray) Feng
Performance Engineer II, Microsoft

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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.

Sessions

Web Performance, Grand Ballroom East
Patrick Meenan (Facebook), Chao (Ray) Feng (Microsoft), Mike Petrovich (SNAP Interactive)
Average rating: ****.
(4.07, 15 ratings)
Web performance is usually measured until the load event fires. That metric is diverging further from the user experience and is becoming less useful. We will explore three different experimental techniques for a better "user experience" metric. Read more.

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