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Running, Reading, and Responding to Open Source Website Speed Tests

07.12.2013
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Originally authored by David Spark

One of the best parts about attending Velocity 2013 is the access to experts that can help you fine tune your website’s performance. On the first day of the conference, I attended the Hands-on Web Performance Optimization Workshop with Sergey Chernyshev of truTV, web performance consultant Andy Davies and Google frontend engineer Rick Viscomi. Afterwards, I asked them about how to look for problems beyond just CSS and JavaScript. Here’s what they had to say:

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