Building A Performance Culture – Google I/O 2014

With the rising tide of mobile traffic, we are having to adapt our company cultures to prioritize the User Experience of the mobile user while also focusing on the other traditional electronic forms of content delivery. What is the best way to excite your colleagues to meet your enthusiasm for delivering a quick and responsive experience on the mobile web?

In this presentation join Lara and Paul to explore how to curate a culture of performance internally. They deliberate about performance and mobile web, make smart use of performance monitoring tools, and cultivate a social atmosphere of collaboratively improving performance for our mobile users.

This presentation was recorded at Google I/O 2014.


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