Web Tuning & Performance

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Talk Title

Web Tuning & Performance

Talk Description

Performance matters … it really matters. A poor performing website will suffer low conversions, penalised search ranking and shocking bounce rates. Thankfully, it is easy to fix with a few simple optimisations which reduce both the volume and the size of requests you are asking the browser to make. In this talk we’ll go through some platform agnostic tips and tricks to help you tune and optimise your website to perform like a thoroughbred. We'll focus on Microsoft ASP.Net but many of the tips are platform agnostic

Suitable Audience

Web Developers, intermediate

Technologies Covered

Technology agnostic

Typical Time Range

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30 minutes

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My Bio

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  • Third Person: Martin is a technical evangelist for Microsoft based in the UK. In his role, Martin talks with customers, partners, start-ups and anyone who is willing to listen about developing applications on the Microsoft platform. This includes Windows, Office, Microsoft Azure and Web technologies including ASP.net and the Edge browser. Martin has been working with Microsoft development technologies since the late 90's and has been working for Microsoft directly since 2005.
  • First Person: I am a technical evangelist for Microsoft based in the UK. In my work, I talk with customers, partners, start-ups and anyone who is willing to listen about developing applications on the Microsoft platform. This includes Windows, Office, Microsoft Azure and Web technologies including ASP.net and the Edge browser. I have been working with Microsoft development technologies since the late 90's and has been working for Microsoft directly since 2005.
  • Short: Martin works for Microsoft as an evangelist. He's into Web, AI, Mobile Apps and Cloud.

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