Tomorrow I will be at CodeCamp talking about performance on two different presentations. One of them is about the front end performance of web applications (a similar talk to the one presented at MIX last june), but this time I will do it with Paulo Arancibia.
In the other presentation I will join Federico Boerr and together we will try to demystified performance and load testing based on real world experience.
Since the audience will be half students and half professional developers, we decided to do both presentations in a extremely pragmatic fashion, showing tips & tricks. The deck of one of the presentations has just 3 slides! I will post them after the event, but here you have a preview:
|Presentation (3 – 4 PM): 14 rules for web app performance improvement||Presentation (4:15 – 5:15 PM): How To: Perf and Load Testing|
On the other hand, Southworks is one of the sponsors of the event and several other southies will be presenting as well (actually 7 presentations, wow!):
- Johnny and Lito about the Microsoft Data platform with SQL (they will do the demo that Southworks prepared for BillG KeyNote at TechEd Orlando 2008)
- Beto y Ezequiel Jadib will do a dev + IT talk on application health monitoring
- Martin Salias on his usual and great dynamic languages talk (Python on .NET)
- Angel Lopez is covering one of the speakers and will do one of our favorites topics: MS Robotics Studio
- Augusto Alvarez on IIS7
Southworks will have a booth as well, so feel free to stop by for some geek talks!