Fig.1 On Tuesday the 29th of March, Patrick Hamann will be holding an evening class on how to optimise your website's performance.
Who is it for?
This workshop is for any designer or developer wanting to improve the speed of their websites and have a greater understanding of the browser's internals.
What you'll learn
In one evening you will discover what the common performance bottlenecks are in the browser from networking to painting and learn how to best optimise at each stage of the critical path to create fast, jank free websites.
Who is it taught by?
Patrick is a senior client-side developer at the Guardian in London, where amongst other things, he is helping to engineer the next generation of their web platform. When not speaking or ranting about performance or CSS architecture on twitter he enjoys spends his spare time discovering new food and craft beer.
What this workshop will cover
- Why performance matters
- Render tree construction
- Measuring performance using browser developer tools
- Hardware acceleration
- Optimising load time
- Optimising paint
- Practice on working examples
- Testing and monitoring
- Tips, tricks and best practices
- The future
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|Building a faster web|
|Where||Hub Westminster, 1st floor New Zealand House, 80 Haymarket, London SW1Y 4TE|
|When||29th April 2014 (19:00 - 22:00)|
|Cost||£50 - £60|