Velocity Conference New York 2013: Complete Video Compilation
Web Performance and Operations
By O'Reilly Media, Inc.
Publisher: O'Reilly Media
Final Release Date: October 2013
Run time: 44 hours 40 minutes

Tap into the best of Velocity 2013—right where you live

If you want answers for specific web ops issues, this complete video compilation provides an intimate view of every keynote, session, and workshop from O’Reilly’s Velocity 2013 Conference in New York. You’ll discover the latest tools, skills, and ideas from experts such as Steve Souders (Google), Mandi Walls (Opscode), Jeremy Edberg (Netflix), Richard Cook (Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm), and a host of others.

Download these videos or stream them through our HD player, and keep pace with the changing speed of the Web. Get immersive tracks in web performance, operations, mobile performance, and Velocity culture—and learn what’s worked—and what hasn’t—in real world web applications.

Here are just a few of the sessions you’ll receive in this video package:

Web Performance:

  • Latest Proposals from the W3C Performance Working Group—Philippe Le Hegaret (W3C)
  • Prebrowsing: What if your browser anticipated what you wanted before you asked for it?—Steve Souders (Google)
  • Lightning Demo of Appurify & WebPageTest Integration—Guy Podjarny (Akamai)

Operations:

  • What Should I Monitor, And How Should I Do It?—Baron Schwartz (VividCortex Inc)
  • Using Amazon Web Services for MySQL at Scale—Laine Campbell (PalominoDB)
  • The Dark Art of Building a Production Incident System—Alois Reitbauer (Compuware APM Division)

Mobile Performance:

  • Building a Performance Lab for Mobile Apps in a Day—Susie Xia, Venkatesh Katari, and Ashray Mathur (Salesforce.com Inc)
  • Responsive Images and Video—Jason Grigsby (Cloud Four)
  • How Not to Do HTTP in Mobile Apps—Sajal Kayan and Aaron Peters (Turbobytes)
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