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Tim H.

Location:

Cambridge, MA

Member since:

December 10, 2012

Networks

How long have you been working on improving website performance?

Approximately zero days.

How did you first become interested in making sites faster?

I don't care about speed for it's own sake, but I do care about user experience and and efficiency. To me, I care more about best practices, which often leads to cleaner, faster code.

Introduction

Hi, I am new to modern web dev (last touched it professionally in 2005) and I'm looking to establish good habits now, to save my self the trouble unlearning later.


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