Oreilly Webcast – Mobile Web Stress: Understanding the Neurological Impact of Poor Performance

About the session : Your takeaway from this webcast will be a deeper understanding of the impact of performance on mobile users, plus hard data that you can use to make a case for investing in mobile performance in your organization. To read rest of the post please Click Here.

Presented by: Tammy Everts

About the presenter : Tammy Everts, is a Performance evangelist at Radware. Tammy claims to inhale data and exhale reports, blog posts, and random tweets.

Duration: Approximately 60 minutes.

When : 4th Sep, 10AM PT, San Francisco 6pm – London | 4th Sep, 1pm – New York | Fri, Sep 5th at 3am – Sydney | Fri, Sep 5th at 2am – Tokyo | Fri, Sep 5th at 1am – Beijing | 10:30pm – Mumbai

Cost : Free

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