March 9-11, 2011
Montreal, Canada

Turning your website performance to 11

Performance is the white unicorn of this generation of web applications. The difference between converting a user and increasing your bounce rate can come down to a matter of milliseconds. In this talk, we'll examine tools and applications that can help the responsiveness of your web application from presentation to back end services.

We'll examine common ways to identify problems through tools including Google Pagespeed and YSlow, ways to change out of the box server deployments into speed demons, and best practices for caching including content and application layer caches that can reduce round trips from your clients to the server and from your application to the database.

The talk is somewhat focused on LAMP stack deployments, however caching and best practices can be used by applications developed in any language.

View all 146 sessions

Newman Hunter

Electronic Arts

Newman Hunter is a technologist, leader, and speaker with over 14 years of experience inside the gaming industry. Specializing in the design and implementation of scaleable web services, he has worked with technologies from Javascript and PHP through emergent platforms on .NET and Java, most recently creating reactive cloud based services for Gears of War 4 with Microsoft Studios.

He currently works as Technical Director of Quality Intelligence at Electronic Arts in Vancouver.

Read More

Comments

Please remain courteous and constructive. Comments will be moderated.

Montreal 2011 sponsored by