Front-End Performance in the Real World
FIVE Office Building, Na Valentince 4, Prague 5
When it comes to web performance, there are a lot of moving parts. How much does performance matter? What are the biggest potential problems? How do you find them? Measure them? And most importantly, how do you fix them?
Most of the clients I work with actually have relatively simple issues—the difficulty lies in cutting through the noise, working out what to focus on first, and what to ignore.
In this workshop, we’ll take a look at the workflows I use when finding and fixing site-speed issues for real clients, from gathering data to identifying issues and finding fixes. This highly practical workshop will give you insight into all my workflows, toolchains, and some of my trade secrets.
The workshop is only available for participants who attend on-site.
Consultant Front-end Architect
Harry is an award-winning Consultant Performance Engineer from the UK. With a client list ranging from the United Nations to Google, the BBC to the Financial Times, he has helped some of the world’s largest organisations make their websites faster.
He also holds positions as a Google Developer Expert, where he shares web performance research and findings, and as Performance Ambassador for SHIFT Commerce, where he aims to make ecommerce faster from the inside out.
He writes about all things front-end performance at csswizardry.com, speaks at tech events all across the globe, and regularly shares his insights at @csswizardry.