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Thursday, November 29: The statistics of Web Performance Analysis with Philip Tellis

From: Sergey C.
Sent on: Monday, November 26, 2012 12:44 PM
Just a reminder that this Thursday we have Philip Tellis from LogNormal (now part of SOASTA), coming from Boston to talk about analyzing RUM data.

Don't forget, we are at Meetup HQ this time (9th floor, Crosby str entrance), they will sponsor foor and pizza and we'll have our usual "geekaway" raffle sponsored by Catchpoint and O'Reilly too.

See you all on Thursday at 6:30PM at Meetup!


On Mon, Nov 19, 2012 at 7:51 PM, Sergey Chernyshev <[address removed]> wrote:
Next Thursday, November 29, Philip Tellis comes back to talk about statistics involved in analyzing RUM data.

If you're interested in measuring real user web performance, you'll find tools like boomerang or episodes quite handy. Some popular web frameworks even have modules that make it easy to add them to your site. However, what does one do once one has collected the data. How do you filter out the noise and get meaningful insights from the data? In this talk, I'll go over the techniques we've picked up by analyzing millions of datapoints daily. Some simple rules to filter out invalid data, and the statistics to analyze and make sense of what's left. Do you use the mean, median or mode? What about the geometric mean and standard deviation? How confident are we in the results? And finally, why should we care? This talk should help you gain useful insights from a histogram, or at the very least point you in the right direction for further analysis. 


6:30 - Arrive to Meetup HQ, meet other members
6:45 - Event starts
7:00 - The statistics of Web Performance Analysis (Philip Tellis)
8:00 - Q&A
8:15 - "Books and Stuff" geekaways
8:30 - Open Discussion, Networking

This time we are back at Meetup HQ. They also provide food and drinks!

Meetup HQ 
166 Crosby Street
9th floor, Suite 901
New York, NY

Notice the back-door entrance on Crosby Street.

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Please arrive around 6:30PM.

Our Sponsors:

  • Akamai is the leading cloud platform for helping enterprises provide secure, high-performing user experiences on any device, anywhere.
  • 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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