May 31, 2024 9:30 am
23 seats left
NN IT HUB Prague
This workshop includes snacks all day and hot lunch.
A lot of things can make a website slow, and every website is different, but one thing remains constant—the way you solve the problem. In this workshop, Harry will take a look at attitudes, approaches, tooling, and workflows to help you think like a performance engineer. Whether you’re debugging TTFB or layout shifts, LCP, or memory leaks, knowing how to approach the problem is the most important step you can take.
With Harry’s guidance, you’ll learn how to set up your DevTools for forensic analysis, explore tools for detecting early warning signs, configure the most accurate and effective test environments, run tests behind cookie banners or logins, achieve more accurate throttling and network conditions, and a whole lot more.
Then, armed with the most complete toolkit to date, you’ll dive in and start making _your_ sites faster. The afternoon will be spent sharing and debugging real issues on real projects. Collaboratively, you’ll take all this new knowledge and use it to assess and audit your own sites!
Throughout the whole session, the floor will be open to any and all questions regarding web performance, so get ready for a lot of deep and varied off-topic discussions, too!
What will attendees learn?
During this workshop, you’ll learn hidden tools, pro tips, secret settings, expert workflows, and a lot, LOT more.
Who is the workshop for?
For web developers (front-end through to full-stack).
What are the attendee requirements?
Please bring a laptop with the latest version of Chrome.
Meet your presenter
Site-Speed Optimisation Expert
Connect with Harry
Harry is an independent Consultant Web Performance Engineer from the UK. He helps some of the world’s largest and most respected organisations find and fix their site-speed issues. He is both a Google- and a Cloudinary Media- Developer Expert, and has consulted for clients from the United Nations to the BBC, General Electric to the Financial Times, and a whole host more. He is also co-chair of performance.now(), the conference for web performance professionals.