Speaker: Paul Greenlea - Optimizing Performance for Mobile Devices

  • October 23, 2012 · 6:30 PM
  • Wayfair Offices - 4 Copley Place

In this session we'll look at how the mobile web has transformed and where it is going.  We'll talk about the latest tools for testing & debugging websites, the latest in HTML5/CSS3/JavaScript, and optimization & performance strategies / best practices for mobile websites.  Finally, I'll go over some of the very exciting, soon to be released, webAPI's that promise to bring the mobile web user experience to the next-level!


Paul's Bio:

Paul Greenlea is the Senior Front End Developer and UX Strategist at Fresh Tilled Soil design firm, where he helps clients craft bloody brilliant UI designs for web and mobile.

Paul has been tinkering with electronics and technology since he can remember. He started designing and programming at age twelve when he began creating his own computer games, and over the years he's lead teams through strategy, concept, and execution phases in positions ranging from UI designer to lead engineer. He currently follows the rapidly evolving industry of mobile closely and firmly believes it is the future.

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Schedule:

6:30-7:15 Eat pizza and meet other members
7:15-8:15 Presentation
8:15-9:00 Q&A, general socializing and more pizza eating

 


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