Attendees must have a WiFi-connected laptop with Chrome and Node.js installed.
This training is for you because:
You are a working frontend web developer who needs to increase site reliability and make your work processes more efficient.
There are many aspects of delivering and maintaining a fast web experience for users. Tim Kadlec and Patrick Meenan explain how the construction of websites and applications impacts performance as well as how to quickly debug and resolve performance issues. Tim and Patrick dive into how browsers work, how web pages are delivered, backend and frontend issues, optimizations, and techniques to get the best performance and provide hands-on experience for working on web performance. You’ll leave with a deep understanding of how browsers load and render content as well as how to integrate performance into your development culture and make it part of your development cycle from development through release and into maintenance.
Tim Kadlec is a performance consultant and trainer focused on building a web everyone can use. He is the author of High Performance Images and Implementing Responsive Design: Building Sites for an Anywhere, Everywhere Web and was a contributing author for Smashing Book #4: New Perspectives on Web Design and the Web Performance Daybook: Volume 2. He writes about all things web at Timkadlec.com.
Patrick Meenan has been working on web performance in one form or another for the last 20 years and is currently working at Cloudflare to make the web faster.
Prior to that he worked at Google to make Chrome and the web faster. Patrick created the popular open source WebPagetest web performance measurement tool, runs the free instance of it at WebPagetest.org, and can frequently be found in the forums helping site owners understand and improve their website performance.
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