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Stoyan Stefanov
Facebook, PerfPlanet, YSlow, SmushIt, "JavaScript Patterns", "React: Up & Running". Also
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Patrick Meenan Jan 16
Chromium-based Edge stable is now on the Windows WebPageTest agents in Dulles (in addition to Dev and Canary which were there already). All of the Chrome features should work for Edge as well.
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Stoyan Stefanov Jan 10
Replying to @jonasraoni @rauschma
Yeah, I think the whole goal is to replace CPU-intensive implementations in JS-land and have it native so 0 bloatware
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Stoyan Stefanov Jan 10
Who else is excited about client-side compression API? :)
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Stoyan Stefanov Jan 3
Replying to @TheRealNooshu
We should link from the perfplanet post to your blog for the most up-to-date version. Unless you want to maintain both :)
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Stoyan Stefanov Jan 3
While setting aside the laptop for the night, this jumble of colorful letters flashed in my peripheral vision. Then I realized I can read it and kinda understand parts of it. And some of it even makes some sense. Freaky ;)
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Stoyan Stefanov Dec 31
Replying to @patmeenan
Though did not write this year (OMG!) he still has 11 articles in 11 years by having 2 double-contrib years (2015 and 2011)
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Stoyan Stefanov Dec 31
Replying to @patmeenan
Also thanks to folks who helped me find new contributors! Looking at you specifically, !
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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 31
Web Performance Calendar day 31 (post 4): 's take on the FRUSTRATIONindex introduced in day 17
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Stoyan Stefanov Dec 31
Web Performance Calendar day 31 (post 3) with
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Stoyan Stefanov Dec 31
Web Performance Calendar day 31 (post 2) with Alessandro Ghedini
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Stoyan Stefanov Dec 31
Web Performance Calendar day 31 (post 1) with
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Stoyan Stefanov Dec 31
Web Perf Calendar wrapping up with 4 posts today, wish me luck!
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Stoyan Stefanov Dec 29
do you have a link to your interview too?
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Stoyan Stefanov Dec 29
Episode 3 of the Planet Performance Podcast: interview with Tammy Everts Special thanks to everyone at and for letting me use the podcast room at the conference! Photo:
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Stoyan Stefanov Dec 26
Really good read, well, listen. I’m at the part where you talk about Sarah actually :) Your description of front-end developers was spot on, I recognized myself. Lots of food for thought, appreciate the perspective, it’s sometimes hard to see things clearly from the inside
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Stoyan Stefanov Dec 24
Web Performance Calendar day 24 when asks some big questions
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Stoyan Stefanov Dec 23
Replying to @tunetheweb
haha, thanks! And thanks again for your contribution that helped alleviate my anxiety early on ;)
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Stoyan Stefanov Dec 23
Replying to @tunetheweb
I worry sometimes but not too much. This time I had a list of articles to write myself in case of emergency. Glad it didn’t come to that :)
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Stoyan Stefanov Dec 23
Web Perf Calendar day 23 when demonstrates hacking a CMS to improve perf metrics. Sort of server-less-server-side rendering with React.
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