For the second year running I’ve been invited to speak at the fantastic web performance, optimisation, dev ops, web ops, and culture conference VelocityConf; in fact, it has become the essential training event and source of information for web professionals over the years it has been running.
Last year was the Europe leg of the conference, in London. This year I’ll be jetting off (via the cheapest possible flights known to google..) to New York City!
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of the HTTP Archive
I’ll be speaking once again with Dean Hume (who has literally written the book on website performancee) about The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly of the HTTP Archive; we’ll be talking about technologies like the HTTP Archive and Google’s Big Query, but mainly about the secrets learned from some of the great sites and their dev teams, as well as some of the traps from some of the not so great sites. In most cases we’ll look at one small change which could help those no so great sites become a bit more great!
- 09/17/2014 5:00pm
- Room: Sutton South
Dean and I will also be hosting an Office Hours session where you’re invited to come and say hello, and talk to us about your Windows, .Net, Azure, EC2, web performance concerns or ideas; we’d love to have the opportunity to meet and speak with you, so please come and say hi!
- 09/17/2014 2:45pm
- Table 1 (Sponsor Pavilion)
There’s never been a better year to attend Velocity Conference; the line up is amazing, the contents are incredible, and the opportunity to talk with experts and passionate developers is priceless.
If you’re not sure how to convince your manager to send you – try the official Convince your Manager steps!
Once you’ve sorted that out, register and use the code given to you by your speaker friend (me!), for a whopping 20% discount: SPKRFRIEND.
You want more?
- Here we are on Lanyrd.
- Here’s my VelocityConf speaker profile
- Follow my posts about the conference and catch up on what happened last year via the #velocity tagged posts.