Jay Hung

Jay Hung
Chief Architect, WebMocha

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Jay Hung first learned about FEO (front-end optimization) in 2006 as an engineer at Yahoo!. His team was among the first to implement Steve Souders’ principles and techniques in Yahoo! products, and Jay cites Steve’s “14 rules for faster-loading web sites” as among his most valuable takeaways. Since then, Jay has gone on to optimize numerous web properties from startups to top Alexa sites, and remains hugely passionate about frontend performance.

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Web Performance, Grand Ballroom West
Jay Hung (WebMocha), Norberth Danson (Intuit)
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(3.86, 14 ratings)
In Jan 2012, HTTP Archive reported Intuit.com as taking 15s to load. By Apr 2013, this page was loading in 3.6s, with 5 additional sites showing significant improvements from the previous year, some as fast as 2s. How did we do it? What worked or didn't work? Come learn about what we did, the techniques we used, and how faster pages impacted our business results. Read more.

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