March 9-11, 2011
Montreal, Canada

Performing in the Browser

With the increasingly rich client-side interactions on websites these days, performance in the browser has become a critical topic. From the new W3C Web Performance APIs that allow you to profile your pages in detail, to the optimization of CSS selectors and the ways to keep your DOM reflows under control, countless techniques exist to improve the speed of your website after the backend has done its job.

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Jordi Boggiano


Jordi Boggiano is the author of a few open source apps/libs (Composer, Monolog, php-console, ..), and frequent contributor to other OSS projects (Symfony2, Twig and others). He has been involved in web development for about 10 years, working mostly with PHP and JavaScript, and is currently doing Symfony2 consulting and application development at Nelmio. You can find his blog and contact details on

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