‘Performance’ Videos

  • Allen Moore: I Wanna Go Fast - Advanced Techniques To Optimize Front-End Performance

    Allen Moore: I Wanna Go Fast – Advanced Techniques To Optimize Front-End Performance

    WordCamp US 2015Speaker: Allen Moore

    December 10, 2015 — Delivering a fast, performant website is one of the most important elements of building websites and web applications today. The first few seconds of load time can determine whether a user engages with or leaves a site. In this talk, we will look at advanced techniques for optimizing the front-end performance of a WordPress driven website. Including ways to defer and async JavaScript; lazy load images, videos, and other types of content; prioritizing the critical rendering path css for multiple content types; and testing performance.

  • Hristo Pandjarov: Get Your WordPress Site in Shape – a Case Study

    Hristo Pandjarov: Get Your WordPress Site in Shape – a Case Study

    WordCamp NYC 2015Speaker: Hristo Pandjarov

    December 7, 2015 — A live case on how I improved the website of a big interior design company. The site had great content but suffered from serious performance and structural issues resulting in slow loading time (more than 6 seconds for the index page). This was caused by excessive server resources consumption and after I analyzed the problems I managed to turn it into a perfectly optimized website.

  • Kengyu Nakamura: High Performance WordPress

    Kengyu Nakamura: High Performance WordPress

    WordCamp Kansai 2015Speaker: Kengyu Nakamura

    November 23, 2015 — より多くのユーザーに快適にWordPressサイトを利用してもらいたい。近年、Web サイトの動作スピードがユーザーエクスペリエンスや検索エンジン最適化などの 観点からも重要視されるようになりました。

    WordPressをいかに高速に動作させて、WordPerssが生成するWebページのHTMLを どれだけ速く返すことができるのか、WordPressとWordPressを動作させるサーバ のパフォーマンス向上の考え方についてお話します。

  • Trevan Hetzel: Super Fast WordPress Themes

    Trevan Hetzel: Super Fast WordPress Themes

    WordCamp Omaha 2015Speaker: Trevan Hetzel

    November 17, 2015 — Today’s web users have the need for speed. With internet and cellular connections getting faster and faster, users expect sites to feel snappy and not make them wait. We as developers must make sure we’re doing our very best to serve those pages quickly. This talk will focus on the things you should be doing, both on the front-end and back-end, when building WordPress themes.

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  • Andrea Cardinali: WPO – WordPress Performance Optimization

    Andrea Cardinali: WPO – WordPress Performance Optimization

    WPDay 2015Speaker: Andrea Cardinali

    November 13, 2015 — Se pensi che il tempo di caricamento della pagina non sia importante o di non poter migliorare la velocità del tuo sito perché è il server ad essere lento, ti stai sbagliando 😄In questo talk parlerò del perché è importante realizzare siti veloci, delle principali best practices per realizzarli e del come migliorare le performances in modo rapido e senza fatica.

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  • Allen Moore: A Need for Speed - Performance Driven Front End Development

    Allen Moore: A Need for Speed – Performance Driven Front End Development

    WordCamp Philly 2015Speaker: Allen Moore

    October 21, 2015 — User’s of today’s web expect the sites they visit to be smooth, interactive, load quickly, and run well. The focus and priority of the Front End Developer, should be optimization of the front end experience for every site we create, for every device, and for every user.

    In this talk, we will cover how front end performance affects User Engagement and Experience; best practices for performance driven front end development; and tools to measure front end performance.

  • Holger Guggi: WordPress Responsive and Fast – Speed Index <1000

    Holger Guggi: WordPress Responsive and Fast – Speed Index <1000

    WordCamp Vienna 2015Speaker: Holger Guggi

    October 6, 2015 — How to make your responsive WordPress site render in less than a second.
    A step by step walkthrough of how to reach this critical goal on a responsive WordPress based site.
    Server side and front end key principles that you can put into practice on your very own WordPress site.

  • Sibin Grašić: Optimizacija jako posećenih WordPress sajtova

    Sibin Grašić: Optimizacija jako posećenih WordPress sajtova

    WordCamp Belgrade 2015Speaker: Sibin Grašić

    September 27, 2015 — Pričaću o tome koliko je WP pogodan za horizontalno skaliranje i kako se može optimizovati za preko 4.000 poseta u paraleli.

  • Peter Wilson: How To Get A Page Speed Score In The 90s

    Peter Wilson: How To Get A Page Speed Score In The 90s

    WordCamp Brisbane 2015Speaker: Peter Wilson

    September 16, 2015 — Spend a few minutes learning how to increase the PageSpeed score of your WordPress powered site. Find out some of the rules you have to follow, and some of the rules you have to break to get there.

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  • Kate Newbill: Do You *Really* Need a 2kg Pocket Knife? Choosing the Best Ecommerce Solution for your Site

    Kate Newbill: Do You *Really* Need a 2kg Pocket Knife? Choosing the Best Ecommerce Solution for your Site

    WordCamp Montréal 2015Speaker: Kate Newbill

    September 12, 2015 — The biggest and best-known ecommerce solution for WordPress does everything. It’s flexible, extendable, and almost infinitely configurable. It’s a Swiss Army Knife with 276 blades. But if all you need is a bottle opener, do you really need to walk around with a 2kg knife in your pocket?

    We’ll talk about the things you need to consider when choosing an ecommerce solution. I’ll give you a list of questions to help you decide. And we’ll discuss some of the available WordPress ecommerce products so you can make an informed decision.

    Prerequisites:
    This talk is aimed toward business owners who need to add ecommerce to their sites and toward WordPress consultants (designers/developers) who wish to help their clients make the best decisions on ecommerce solutions. No coding knowledge is required.

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