Build, Measure, Optimize - A Web Performance Story


1st October 2020
Speaker Date: 1st October 2020
Speaker Time: IST: 08:30-09:30
Attendee Date: 1st October 2020
Attendee Time: IST: 08:30-09:30 | SGT: 11:00-12:00 | AEST: 13:00-14:00
Duration: 25 mins
Raoul George
Senior Software Engineer, Atlassian

Building web applications isn’t rocket science. However, building a culture where *performance* is prioritized isn’t as easy. Performance creep is a real thing - without realizing it, your application performance can slowly degrade to a point where it makes a perceptible impact on your end users. In this talk I will be going over real world large-scale codebases to demonstrate how we can achieve tangible performance gains.

Engineers who attend this talk will benefit from understanding real-world problems that plague most code bases. They will now be able to diagnose these performance bottlenecks and have actionable steps to help solve them.

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