March 10-12, 2010
Montreal, Canada

Optimization of web applications: a theoretical approach

Having experienced some of the problems that result from successful web applications and survived sudden peaks in traffic and the stress that they can induce, Sherif Zaroubi has learned how to assess, manage and prevent some of these risks. Using a number of projects as examples, he will provide an overview of how and why optimization should be ingrained in your hardware and software architecture, how it can be measured and why your last option is to optimize your code.

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Sherif Zaroubi

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Sherif Zaroubi has extensive experience in web development for ecommerce. He has worked in a variety of industries ranging from finance to the media.
Every company he has worked for has brought with it its own set of challenges, and Sherif was a member of teams that tackled them, including high availability requirements, high traffic and loads, data integrity and security.
Through his education (a bachelor’s degree in computer science from Concordia University) and his work as a developer, project manager, IT director and IT consultant, Sherif has gained a thorough understanding of all aspects of web production, including needs capturing, risk management, production plans, quality assurance, deployments and performance measurement.

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