I’m leading an informal session on web site performance and how it helps the environment at Beer and Blog this afternoon. I’ve put up a post on Cloud Four’s blog talking more about the connection between performance and the environment. If you’re in the Portland area, it would be great to see you.
As soon as the conference organizers post the audio recording of the presentation, I’ll link to that as well. Some of my slides require explanation.
Thanks to everyone who attended my session and to Slideshare.net for featuring my slides.
I’m greatly looking forward to learning more about the Mozilla plans. It seems like webkit has taken a lead in the open source mobile browser space. IE has a larger installed base, but the browser renders poorly. Opera is great, but not open source.
So far, Mozilla’s plans for mobile have been unclear to me other than their obvious statements of plans to support mobile devices. I’m anxious to hear when their plans and timelines.
Firefox is my workhorse browser for development. I wonder what, if any, of the plugins that I rely on for development might work in the mobile space.
If you have any of these questions or others, I encourage you to RSVP and attend this meeting.
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Speaking at Web Visions has been a goal of mine for a few years now. Every year Web Vision brings the best and brightest to Portland to talk about the future of web development. After each conference, I’d tell my co-workers that the following year I was going to put together a presentation for Web Visions. Well, I finally did it! :-)
My topic this year combines two interests of mine: the mobile web and web site performance. We’ll be covering the steps necessary to make the web as fast as possible on mobile devices including looking at device-specific details that make performance on mobile devices more challenging.
I’m honored to be included with such a list of illustrious speakers. As I mentioned in my previous post, Jeffrey Veen’s presentation from Web Visions is one of the best I’ve ever seen. Roger Black is one of the big names in design. I’m stunned to be sharing the stage with them. Then we’ve got fellow twitterers and friends like Erica O’Grady and Scott Kveton. And I could go as there are so many names on that speakers list that I admire.
I’m truly overwhelmed and looking forward to May. I hope to see you there. Sign up today for early bird rates.
If you are interested in attending Web Visions, I encourage you to Jeffrey Veen whose last keynote at Web Visions was worth the price of admission alone. His presentation remains my favorite and is something that I’ve used to inform my thinking many times.
So if you do anything web related, I can’t recommend this conference enough. Plus, you may recognize a familiar name on the speaker list. :-)
Alright, I’m going to try to buckle down and get back in the habit. To do so, I’m going to give allow myself the opportunity to write short, quick posts. Like this one.