Speaking at Front End Conference
I was just confirmed as a speaker on Day 2 of the Front End Design Conference. If you haven’t attended this conference previously, it is one of the best conferences in the industry. Day 1 is at the Palladium Theater and is a great venue! Day 2’s location hasn’t been announce but if it’s anything like last year, it will be an awesome day of presentations, in and of itself.
Day 2’s presentations are only 15 minutes. I’ll be talking quickly but I”ll be presenting on the following:
We will explore different techniques and methods to speed up your mobile and desktop web applications. Consumers and end-users have come to expect pages to load quickly and be responsive. Research shows that our brains can perceive time around 100 millisecond intervals and those intervals can add up if you have bottlenecks in your page load times or the responsiveness of the pages is poor once they are loaded. We are going to look at techniques you will be able to implement immediately to speed up both the actual and perceived experience of your site. This session will cover some server techniques but primarily focus on client-side technologies. We will explore real-world mobile use-cases and demonstrate various tools you can use today.
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