7–9 November 2016: Conference & Tutorials
9–10 November 2016: Training
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Kazuho Oku

Kazuho Oku
Software Engineer, DeNA

Kazuho Oku is a Japan-based software engineer currently working as a researcher of platform software and services for Cybozu, Japan’s largest groupware vendor. He is the original developer of Palmscape (aka Xiino, the oldest web browser for Palm OS), Japanize (a consumer-based web localization service), Pathtraq (one of the largest web stats service in Japan), and Q4M (a pluggable Message Queue for MySQL). Kazuho was named to the TR100 by Technology Review in 2002 and a Super Creator by the IPA, Japan, in 2005.

Sessions

13:45–14:25 Monday, 7/11/2016
Kazuho Oku (DeNA)
Average rating: ****.
(4.03, 30 ratings)
New performance bottlenecks become apparent as web browsers and servers start using HTTP/2. Kazuho Oku explains the issues, their mitigation, and how the developers of the HTTP protocol are trying to make the Web even faster, covering the reality of HTTP/2 prioritization, cache-aware server push, the impact of load balancers for HTTP/2, mobile optimization, and HTTP caching. Read more.