What’s the session about – Did you know how many third-party scripts your pages are currently running? And do you know how many of those scripts are affecting your site’s performance — either by slowing down page rendering or by potentially blocking the entire page?
If you don’t know the answer to these questions, you’re not alone. The rampant proliferation of third-party scripts makes them difficult to manage and control. In this webcast led by Tammy Everts, you’ll walk through a process for testing the scripts on your pages to see which ones represent a SPOF. We’ll also review an 11-step plan for bullet-proofing your site against third-party failure.
About the speaker – Tammy Everts is a Performance evangelist at Radware. She inhales data. She exhales reports, blog posts, and random tweets.
When is it happening – Wednesday, June 4 2014 1 PM PT | San Francisco | 9pm – London | 4pm – New York | Thu, Jun 5th at 6am Sydney | Thu, Jun 5th at 5am – Tokyo | Thu, Jun 5th at 4am – Beijing | Thu, Jun 5th at 1:30am – Mumbai
Duration: Approximately 60 minutes.
Registration – Please click here to register
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