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Why and how (poor) performance ruins your site - and how to fix it?

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Often neglected, because not as sexy as (UX) design or Digital Marketing, but possibly more important, the performance of your site. What lies between speedy & bug-free experiences (which users - and therefore site owners find important) - and good coding (which you can not really see) that makes a site perform well? Our three experts share their experiences, findings & solutions.

We will do another AMA (Ask Me Anything) session, in which anything can be asked live, or beforehand, in the great Garage Society venue in Central Hong Kong. Join Digimeet on Tuesday 4th of November from 7-9pm and get your ‘performance’ questions answered by our web experts. --
What is Digimeet? You ask. Three experts respond. Ask us anything digital and get answers from industry specialists. Afterwards, mingle and meet fellow digital professionals. Admission is free but seats are limited.
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The Experts: Holger Bartel is a digital strategist & front end developer. He runs the web design consultancy fooBartel Ltd. He also founded and runs the Open Device Lab HK, works as a part-time lecturer at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University's school of design, mentors for startups and loves speaking at conferences to share his thoughts. Github: @foobartel
Twitter: @foobartel

K Chan is a digital linguist who speaks HTML, CSS and PHP – among various other languages. His previous work experience includes being employed at Microsoft and Yahoo! In addition to being fluent in Cantonese and Mandarin, he has working knowledge of Japanese and sign language. Currently K is Grayscale’s Lead Developer, and therefore oversees the development process - and results - of various projects at the same time.
http://grayscale.com.hk

Bart Verkoeijen is a full stack web developer and has been building web apps and sites for over 11 years. When not wrangling JavaScript or backend code, then he might
be working on some DevOps tasks. Currently building the web frontend for Quantifeed's online wealth management SaaS.
https://www.quantifeed.com