HTTP requests, heavy/unminified resources, and UI thread blocking should be on the mind of every front-end developer. These are just a few issues that can cause serious bottlenecks in page load times. Having a faster load time equals better search engine rankings, higher conversion rates, and an overall reduction in bandwidth costs.
How do we measure all the aforementioned performance killers? How can we bring these measurements into our automated build process to ensure that our site is getting better, and not worse?
Wesley Hales is a User Interface architect from Atlanta, GA. He has been involved in UI and User Experience roles for over a decade in both startup and enterprise environments. Wesley co-founded several enterprise frameworks during his 4.5 years at Red Hat and served as a co-founder of a recently acquired startup. He is now employed by Apigee as a software developer mainly focused on UI.
Overall, Wesley enjoys creating world-class user interfaces and experiences that people fall in love with.
You can see him speak at the occasional conference, read his posts on wesleyhales.com, or follow him on twitter @wesleyhales.
Industry veteran with more than 12 years of experience in a variety of roles. Currently employed by Turner Broadcasting as a Senior Web Application Developer, serving as the Tech Lead for CNN Digital’s Video Products group.
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