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Tammy Everts

Tammy Everts
CXO, SpeedCurve

Website | @tameverts

As a senior researcher, writer, and performance evangelist at Radware, I’ve spent the past few years researching the technical, business, and human sides of web/application performance, and sharing the findings via countless blog posts, presentations, case studies, articles, reports, and infographics. Before joining Radware, I was research lead and senior writer at Strangeloop Networks (which was acquired by Radware in early 2013).

I blog at both the Radware blog and Web Performance Today.


Tutorial Please note: to attend, your registration must include Tutorials on Monday.
Tammy Everts (SpeedCurve)
Average rating: ***..
(3.79, 53 ratings)
This tutorial covers a broad set of performance fundamentals — from user expectations to business metrics to optimization best practices — to help you hit the ground running for the next three days. Read more.
Tammy Everts (SpeedCurve), Kent Alstad (Radware Canada)
Average rating: ****.
(4.20, 20 ratings)
Everyone has strong opinions about progressive images. Some believe that progressive images improve performance by showing the user something while they look at the screen. But others believe that progressive images increase user frustration. We took these assumptions to the lab to see if we could definitively answer the question: do progressive images deliver a better or worse user experience? Read more.
Office Hours
Table 2 (Sponsor Pavilion)
Tammy Everts (SpeedCurve), Kent Alstad (Radware Canada)
Tammy and Kent are ready to talk about any of your performance-related questions, including image optimization challenges and best practices, advanced optimization techniques, and the business value of performance. Read more.