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July 18: Performance Implications of Mobile Web Design with Guy Podjarny

From: Sergey C.
Sent on: Wednesday, July 18, 2012 12:22 AM
I'm looking forward to seeing you all tomorrow! Please update your RSVPs if you can't attend to let people on the list in:

Animoto is hosting us and provides food and Catchpoint provided some very cool stuff for our "geek aways" ;)

Also this Saturday, Meetup, Etsy, Twillio and a few other companies run a Battle of the Braces Hackathon for PHP at Meetup HQ:

There are a few seats left there, so if you're into coding on a weekend and want to show that PHP and APIs rock while building stuff together with fellow NYC coders, this is great place to be at, I'm going and would love to code together.



On Sunday, July 15, 2012, Sergey Chernyshev wrote:
Next Wednesday, July 18 at 6:30PM we'll have Guy Podjarny from Akamai (former CTO of, creator of Mobitest) who is going to talk about Performance Implications of Mobile Web Design.

Building a good mobile website, spanning different devices, platforms and contexts, is a difficult task. And also making that website FAST is even harder. Performance is often overlooked as designers and developers focus on layout and functionality, often resulting with slow and heavy mobile sites. In this presentation we'll review the top design philosophies for building a mobile website. We'll briefly explain each, and dig into the primary performance implications it carries. We'll show real world examples, explain what they did wrong, and talk about how you can avoid these problems on your own site.

There are still few seats open, RSVP here:

It'll be our first time at Animoto, thanks to Justin! They will also provide pizza and sodas!

440 Lafayette St
2nd Floor
New York, NY

Directions on Google Maps:
Entrance on StreetView:

See you there at 6:30PM.

Our Sponsors:
  • Akamai is the leading cloud platform for helping enterprises provide secure, high-performing user experiences on any device, anywhere.
  • Yottaa provides innovative cloud services enabling its customers to assess, benchmark, monitor and optimize their website performance.
  • Strangeloop provides advanced front-end optimization (FEO) solutions to companies like eBay/PayPal, Visa, and O'Reilly Media.
  • Catchpoint is sponsoring us by providing 10% discount to our members and things to raffle off.

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Sergey Chernyshev

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