Can 3rd Party Scripts Take Down Your Entire Site – Slides

Tammy Everest is a Performance Evangelist at Radaware and writes about Web Operations & Performance at Web Performance Today. Here are the slides from Tammy Evert’s presentation titles, “Can 3rd Party Scripts Take Down Your Site” hosted by Oreilly.

You can see additional details on the talk here.

Abstract – Do 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.

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About the author – Tammy Everts is a  web performance and all-around user experience geek and writes on Web Performance & Optimization. She’s also a solution evangelist at Radware, where she pushes performance both in house and out in the world. Tammy has been obsessed with web usability for almost two decades. Way back in 1997, this obsession led me to create and spearhead an interaction design team at Habanero Consulting, the award-winning web consulting agency I helped build.
Most recently, Tammy has been applying her passion for usability to the study of web performance. As a senior researcher, writer, and performance evangelist at Radware, she has spent the past few years researching the technical, business, and human sides of web/application performance, and sharing the findings via countless blog posts, presentations, case studies, articles, and reports. Before joining Radware, I was research lead and senior writer at Strangeloop Networks.

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