Past Meetup

mod_pagespeed with Joshua Marantz

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61 people went

Price: $5.00 /per person
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In November 2010, Google launched mod_pagespeed (http://modpagespeed.com/): an open-source Apache module that makes web sites faster by dynamically rewriting HTML, Images, CSS, and JavaScript while serving them. It reduces byte-count, request-count, and restructures web pages to optimize browser behavior. It has been adopted by multiple hosting providers, content delivery networks, and it now powers over 120,000 web sites. After a product demonstration, we'll describe the architecture of mod_pagespeed, its recent past, latest features, a road-map for the near future, and opportunities for community contribution to the open-source effort.

Joshua Marantz (@jmarantz (http://twitter.com/jmarantz)) is a Software Engineer on Google’s Pagespeed Automatic (http://modpagespeed.com) team in Cambridge, MA, which is dedicated to making the web faster for everyone. Josh has been working on making software run fast for several decades, at Google and before that on accelerated chip simulation.

Animoto (http://www.animoto.com/) is hosting us again and will sponsor food and beer!

Agenda:

6:30 - Arrive to Animoto, meet other members
6:45 - Event starts
7:00 - mod_pagespeed with Joshua Marantz
8:00 - Q&A
8:15 - "Books and Stuff" geekaways
8:30 - Open Discussion, Networking

Location:

Animoto
440 Lafayette St
2nd Floor
New York, NY

Directions on Google Maps: http://goo.gl/maps/HRc5s

Entrance on StreetView: http://goo.gl/maps/8tP5F

Our Sponsors:

Akamai® (http://www.akamai.com/) is the leading cloud platform for helping enterprises provide secure, high-performing user experiences on any device, anywhere.

Strangeloop (http://www.strangeloop.com/) provides advanced front-end optimization (FEO) solutions to companies like eBay/PayPal, Visa, and O'Reilly Media.

Catchpoint (http://www.catchpoint.com/) is sponsoring us by providing 10% discount to our members and books to raffle.