[Last Chance to Register] Why Your Site Is Slow: Performance Answers for Your Clients

Performance Answers for Your Clients

Why Your Site is Slow

Speed is a feature many clients assume they will get but do not always ask for. In fact, you are more likely to hear your clients ask for features or functionality that will make the site slower. Then, right before launch, clients will ask why is this site so slow?۝

Join Steve Persch of Pantheon and Marc Drummond of Lullabot for a webinar on August 25th discussing the real-world problems that lead to slow websites and how to solve them.

What you’ll learn:

– Profiling / Monitoring / Budgeting: We will cover tools of the trade that provide metrics to inform performance work.
– Architecture: Find out how to compose your infrastructure and your code in ways that optimize performance.
– Front-end performance: Most of the time spent waiting for a website to load happens in the browser. We’ll focus on client-side improvements.
– Root causes: Do you have three sets of stakeholders each wanting to load their own analytics tracking tools? If so, you will have a difficult time optimizing your JavaScript.

Date: Thursday, August 25
Time: 10:00am – 11:00am PT | 1:00pm – 2:00pm ET
For: Developers

Speakers:

Steve Persch, Agency and Community Engineer, Pantheon
Marc Drummond, Frontend Developer, Lullabot

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