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#PerfMatters Jan 21
Considering attending Conference, but not sure if you know enough about front end web performance? We got you covered! Tim Kadlec, , is offering a workshop to get you up to speed (pun completely intended) on web performance.
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Gilles Dubuc Jan 21
How are new performance APIs designed, standardised, built and shipped in browsers? 🤔 who will show us how he shipped Element Timing on Blink/Chromium 🚀 at the FOSDEM web perf devroom on Feb 1 in Brussels!
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Steve Souders Jan 22
and would be good candidates to write that. was the best reviewer of HPWS. He worked on IE then Chrome and now Edge.
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Harry Roberts Jan 9
If you’ve ever struggled to decide and define your performance budgets, this one is for you:
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Tammy Everts Jan 8
I had so much fun putting together this list of resolutions for the new year, inspired by awesome talks by , , , and . If you have any resolutions that aren't on this list, let me know!
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💾 HTTP Archive Jan 7
The HTTP Archive project is free, open source, and sponsored by companies that care about web transparency. Today we're welcoming our newest sponsor, ! Thank you and all of our other sponsors for enabling us to continue our mission of tracking how the web is built!
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Stoyan Stefanov Dec 31
Web Perf Calendar is a wrap! 28 articles (again overachieving on the 24 advent idea) from the community, each of them a fascinating read. Thanks to all contributors and to all the readers! Happy new year!
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Stoyan Stefanov Dec 15
Finally surfaced the search box in the perf calendar's WP template. 6 SERP for
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SpeedCurve Dec 16
When it comes to gathering user data, is it always necessary to monitor ALL THE THINGS? explains when and why data sampling can be a good idea for RUM:
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Steve Souders Nov 21
I like the “ca-ching”! I think I’m still the #1 search result for “cache is king”. Good play(s) on words.
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Rick Viscomi Nov 21
Measure what matters to users. at
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Steve Souders Nov 21
Replying to @aaronpeters
Too stressful! Reading Twitter stream. Looks awesome. Miss you!
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Barry Pollard Nov 21
Good advice from on 10 steps to improve .
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Christian Schaefer Nov 21
Apart from being in the program committee for, and speaker at , is also in much demand for podcast interviews. Right now she gets interviewed by for the shiny new podcast:
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SpeedCurve Nov 21
Hey folks! If you're interested in exploring some of the exciting ideas shared in her talk – such as budgets, competitive benchmarking, and correlation charts – try us for free! Free trial:
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Armel Pingault Nov 21
Thanks to for sponsoring today's party. We definitely won!
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Steve Souders Nov 19
So many gurus in one place! Register now!
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SpeedCurve Nov 14
Day 1 of is whizzing by! We're excited to be sponsoring the after party right here at Festsaal Kreuzberg at 20:30. Our own will be there, so be sure to say hi!
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Harry Roberts Nov 12
Honestly can’t even begin to explain how much I love . Getting to really make the most of it on the last few client projects. The cheapest ≤$18,000 most of my clients will ever spend.
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