Performance optimization is a cyclical process. We are constantly learning new ways to optimize, while simultaneously adopting new technologies and techniques that can negatively impact performance. The HTTP Archive provides a great historical record of the technical side of the web, with almost 10 years of history and an ever growing dataset of sites.
During this session Paul will provide a brief overview of the HTTP Archive and then dive into some insights into the adoption of common web performance techniques and some of their measurable impacts. The session will include:
1. An overview of the HTTP Archive
2. An exploration of how various performance best practices are implemented
3. How to get started with your own HTTP Archive analysis
Paul Calvano (@paulcalvano) has been helping enterprises improve the performance of their web applications for more than 15 years. As a Principal Web Performance Architect at Akamai, he helps customers optimize their website and mobile performance by utilizing the Akamai platform efficiently, following industry best practices, and designing solutions to help overcome technical obstacles.
We are back at Meetup HQ, at the new office @ WeWork!
As always, we are going to have geekaways with geeky prizes provided by our sponsors.
6:30 - Arrive at Meetup, meet other members
6:45 - Event starts
7:00 - Measuring the Adoption of Web Performance Techniques (Paul Calvano)
8:00 - Q&A
8:15 - "Books and Stuff" geekaways
8:30 - Open Discussion, Networking
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