Web Standards to Measure Real-world Performance

Tony Gentilcore (Google), Anderson Quach (Microsoft)
9:15am Tuesday, 03/15/2011
Location: Online Room

In the summer of 2010, Microsoft and Google announced the formation of the Web Performance Working Group. Since then, we’ve been hard at work developing interoperable interfaces to measure web application performance. In this session, we’ll discuss the problems we’re solving, the challenges we’re facing, what we’ve done and where we’re going.

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Tony Gentilcore

Google

Tony Gentilcore is a Software Engineer on the Chrome Speed team.

At Google he has also worked on web search performance and Chrome on Android. He enjoys making the web faster and to that end: participates in the web standards, wrote chapter for “Even Faster Web Sites” and helped create Page Speed and Web Page Replay.

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Anderson Quach

Microsoft

Anderson Quach is a Senior Program Manager working on performance on the Internet Explorer team. Anderson works across the browser subsystems ensuring that the coming version of Internet Explorer is ready for the performance demands of today’s top websites and web applications. Anderson also works on the W3C interface Web Timings to help web developers assess and understand real-world latencies. Anderson has been with Microsoft for six years. Before working on the Internet Explorer team, Anderson worked on projects within Windows related to Security, Reliability and Application Compatibility.