The most popular posts of 2012 covered sexy topics like page growth, business metrics, rogue third-party content, and the psychology of web performance, as well as “Performance 101” type pieces about latency and terminology.
In this week’s podcast, OmniTI CEO Theo Schlossnagle talks about scalability, his tech predictions for 2013, and beer consumption as a Big Data project.
In this week’s podcast, I’m talking to Cliff Crocker of SOASTA and Buddy Brewer of LogNormal about real user measurement (RUM), Big Data, and how to take a startup from bootstrap to acquisition in just one year.
It wouldn’t be December without a batch of audacious predictions for the new year. assuming we all survive past December 21st, here’s what I think 2013 will hold for site owners, mobile users, CIOs/CTOs, RUM vendors, and the browser wars.
I’m very excited to announce the launch of a project that’s been in the idea phase for more than a year, and actively in the works for the past couple of months: the Web Performance Today podcast. It seems only fitting that we launch the series with interviews with Patrick Meenan and Stephen Thair.
If you've been following this site for any period of time, you probably don't need to watch this video. But…
I tested all 14 of Steve Souders’s original performance rules for faster loading websites to see if they are still relevant today.
Effective immediately, we’re teaming up to offer Strangeloop’s Site Optimizer service to CloudFront customers.
Here’s a fun set of infographics we just created, which were triggered by Shop.org’s statement that online shoppers could spend $96 billion this holiday season. We did some digging to find out what these numbers mean. (As you might expect, there’s a performance angle in here, too.)
When I wrote about page bloat for GigaOM last May, I projected that, at the then-current rate of growth, the average page would hit 2 MB in 2015. Based on this new finding, we need to upgrade that prediction to early 2014.