The speed of a website is currently a significant factor for retention and adoption for end-users. Often when we speak about web performance, we are speaking about the work of the developers, less on the infrastructure and OPS, even less on what is happening when you go on the Internet.
Web Performance is a complex topic with many intricacies, starting with the device passing through the Internet to finally arrive in your data-centre.
Let's discover the pain points outside of your development teams, what you can leverage, and finally, the ways managing Web Performance may lead you to overall Agility inside your entire company.
This talk will give a better understanding as a developer or key stakeholder of what can impact the web performance of your websites and some ways to begin fixing them. Also, an understanding of improved Web Performance issues may help you to uncover issues outside of your dev team of which you may not be aware, and increased overall Agility between services.
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Web Performance & Agility: A Curious Mashup
Jérôme Bourgeon is an Agilitator, Facilitator, LEGOvore, Agile Coach, Architect (of beautiful things), Magician, and Hypnotist. He is particularly interested in problem solving, creativity, games (and serious games), knowledge representation and the cartography of complex systems. He has a passionate about understanding things, and how they connect to each others
Jérôme was a web performance specialist, contracted for a big CAC40 company, he managed the web performance of more than 80 public websites all over the world (including China).