August 11, 2019 — Speed matters. People are impatient. If your website or a client’s website doesn’t load quickly – within a just a couple of seconds – many visitors will abandon it completely. A slow site means lost time & revenue. But figuring out how to speed up a slow site can be HARD. Everyone’s got a suggestion and an idea for how to fix your performance issues, but most are just guesses, and not based on real data. STOP GUESSING. If you have a performance issue, or just want a faster site, you need to KNOW exactly what is slowing things down, and how to fix it. This talk will show you how.
June 20, 2019 — April 5, 2019, 2:30 pm WordCamp Santa Clarita 2019, Vasquez Rocks Room, University Center, College of the Canyons — Speed matters. People are impatient. If your website or a client’s website doesn’t load quickly – within a just a couple of seconds – many visitors will abandon it completely. A slow site means lost time & revenue. But figuring out how to speed up a slow site can be HARD. Everyone’s got a suggestion and an idea for how to fix your performance issues, but most are just guesses, and not based on real data. STOP GUESSING. If you have a performance issue, or just want a faster site, you need to KNOW exactly what is slowing things down, and how to fix it. Matt Kopala’s talk will show you how.
June 3, 2019 — Formado em Sistemas de Informação pela Universidade Paranaense – UNIPAR. Sou desenvolver web com 8 (oito) anos de experiencia e á 3 (três) trabalhando com Wordpress. Atualmente trabalho na InCuca como programador.
Breve descrição sobre a apresentação: A apresentação será um estudo de caso baseado em monitoramento de performance. Basicamente será apresentado um plugin desenvolvido para WordPress com acesso ao GTmetrix via API. Com o plugin o usuário poderá realizar testes de performance e armazenar os resultado em tabelas do banco de dados do site para consultas posteriores.
May 10, 2019 — The ability to customize with ease is one of WordPress’ best features. But customization often impacts performance. Add too many bells and whistles and you may end up with a site that’s sluggish and painful to use.
Decoupling, or using WordPress on the backend only, is an effective if somewhat drastic way to improve site performance. In this session we’ll learn a limited version of decoupling WordPress: a headless home page. Decoupling the home page gives you a functional, fast home page that displays WordPress content without invoking WordPress (and without the load time!). We’ll cover different approaches to serving WordPress content outside WordPress, how to seamlessly integrate a headless home page into the rest of the site, and challenges to look out for.
May 8, 2019 — Description: Session Abstract: It has been 5 yrs since High Performance WordPress and a lot has changed. This is an updated talk with new material that builds on the lessons learned in my 2014 WCNYC talk. There is a discussion about theme and plugin design. Goal: Teach developers how to design with performance in mind. How should you structure your theme and plugin code to not be a bottle neck to page load time. What are some of the tools you can use to analyze your code to improve the efficiency. This talk is also a good session for non devs to catch some Zzzzz (just kidding), but seriously devs will be on the edge of their seats taking notes and learning new stuff.
Site owners/maintainers will learn about important concepts like CDN configurations and tools they can use so that they may have informed discussions with their developers/consultants.
April 23, 2019 — Tips and techniques that can dramatically increase your site performance:
• Why speed matters.
• How you can measure it – Tools to measure your page speed.
• Ways to improve it – Best practices for optimisation.
• I’ll also discuss Google – Mobile Page Speed Update 2018 and if you should AMP-lify your web site.
February 1, 2019 — What makes a database query fast or slow? Are WP_Query’s taxonomy queries fast? What about meta queries? In this talk, we’ll dig into the WordPress database schema, talk about what factors influence query performance, and learn how to sniff out potential performance problems before they ever give you a headache. Next, we’ll discuss strategies for refactoring queries to be as performant as possible, caching strategies, and more.
January 28, 2019 — There are many tools that help us understand and improve the state of web performance on our WordPress sites. But it’s not always obvious which tool is right for the job and how to use it. When would I use “field” data from real users? What is my “lab” testing tool trying to tell me? In this workshop, we will examine the landscape of tools at our disposal: WebPageTest, HTTP Archive, Google Analytics, and the Chrome User Experience Report. We will use these tools and real world examples to better understand how slow a website is, what is causing it, and how to fix it.
January 10, 2019 — Images typically account for the greatest number of bytes downloaded when viewing a web page. Because of this, images are an area in which there’s huge opportunity to lower the size of a page, decrease load time, and increase performance. In this session, we’ll touch briefly on the basics of how to use the appropriate file types for images on a site. From there, we’ll dig a bit deeper and discuss methods to implement responsive images, browser-specific image formats like WebP, and how to optimizing responsive images further via lazy loading. Finally, we’ll go over building out a workflow for automating image optimization via WordPress’ built-in add_image_size function and task-automation tools like Gulp and Grunt.
November 30, 2018 — A deep dive into WordPress performance enhancements with a resounding impact on organic traffic, content engagement, and conversions. User are expecting more and more from the web experiences that they interact with, and want their sites to load instantly. The key to a good user experience is quickly delivering the content your visitors care about the most.
In this talk, I’ll give you a whirlwind tour of tips and tricks how to speed up your website.
– Why speed matters.
– How you can measure it – Tools and guidance.
– Ways to improve your website performance.
Whether you’re new to WordPress and curious how to make your website faster, or you’re an advanced professional looking to speed up your clients’ sites, this session is for you.