Mustafa Tikir

Mustafa Tikir
Software Engineer, Google

Mustafa M Tikir received his PhD degree at the University of Maryland, College Park. He received his BS degree at the Middle East Technical University, Ankara. His PhD research was on automatic performance tuning of HPC applications at runtime using online profiling data. Following PhD, he has worked at San Diego Supercomputer Center as a researcher to bring scientific rigor to the prediction and understanding of factors affecting the performance of current and projected HPC platforms. In 2010, he has joined Google as a member of the Make The Web Faster team. He has been working on measuring user perceived latency for websites and applications. He is primarily interested in performance measurement, modeling and tuning of applications.

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Matt Atterbury (Google Inc), Mustafa Tikir (Google)
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Monitoring real world speed of a website or application is a difficult task. We'll look at Google Analytics' Web Timing API, providing fine grained real world speed data to its publishers. Web developers typically must trade off maintainability and agility against latency. We'll analyze how mod_pagespeed accelerates web front-end performance, the transforms it makes, and their affect on speed. Read more.

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