Speaker Presentation Files
Velocity Online Conference Fall 2009
Browserscope is tackling the tool at the front of the stack - the browser itself - to give end users a faster, richer, and more secure web experience. This talk will present some of the trending analysis and findings from Browserscope's first few months of data collection as well as some case study information about the new Security test suite.
Chris will talk about CouchDB's offline replication, their robust storage system, using incremental Map Reduce for consistent live access to schemaless data, portable applications, and a short list of current
For a few years now, Ruby on Rails has focused relentlessly on client-side performance. Rails 3 adds more high-performance features, and makes Rails even faster out of the box. In this talk, Yehuda will cover the ways that Rails already builds in fast by default, and briefly discuss how Rails will continue to lead the "fast by default" field in the upcoming releases.
Today's businesses rely on high-performing Web applications for commerce, collaboration and communication. In this session Hooman Beheshti will look at the impact of Web performance on the key performance indicators that drive various kinds of Web businesses. Using empirical data gathered from real websites, Hooman will demonstrate the link between web performance and the bottom line.