Performance @ New York Web Standards Meetup

The New York Web Standards MeetupYesterday, I talked about Web Performance at New York Web Standards Meetup hosted by theMechanism.

Thanks to all attendees for coming to the presentation, I hope it was informative and worked as a call to action.

If you have any questions or need help with your performance optimization project, feel free to post your comments here or contact me directly if you want, I’ll be happy to help.

HTML Slides with meta-data embedded using RDFa are available here

If you’d like to watch more presentations on performance (already have about 30 of them), you can visit TechPresentations: http://www.techpresentations.org/Performance

Including a couple presentations about YSlow and related tools: http://www.techpresentations.org/YSlow

Once again, thank to all attending, asking interesting questions and volunteering for YSlow treatment ;)

Sergey

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6 Responses to Performance @ New York Web Standards Meetup

  1. Dmitry Roslyakov says:

    There’s typo in 9th slide – “od HTML” -> “of HTML”, http://www.sergeychernyshev.com/talks/Web_Performance/at_New_York_Web_Standards_Meetup.html#(9).
    And as far as I know, nobody uses nginx as caching proxy. Sysoev added caching feature into nginx only a year ago, and it was experimental at that time.
    And in 31st slide link from words “available here” doesn’t work :)

  2. Yeh, I was so excited about nginx so I put it into one more extra place ;)
    I only meant that it’s reverse proxy, not necessarily caching proxy, I’ll remove it from slide 9.

  3. Thanks for presenting, Sergey!

  4. You’re very welcome – will be happy to do more. I was actually thinking – maybe it’s a good idea to reiterate the performance part on Firebug panel along with CSS and JS people presenting their parts.

  5. Dmitry Roslyakov says:

    Ha-ha! On March 23 Igor Sysoev released new version of nginx with cache support: http://sysoev.ru/nginx/changes.html :)

  6. Funny enough ;) Maybe I’ll finally use it in cableproxy.com as caching proxy as well ;)

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