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Bangalore Site Speed 6th Edition

The 6th edition of Bangalore Sitespeed meetup is here!

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Accepting submissions till 16 Aug 2021, 11:59 PM

Greetings!! It is time for the 6th edition of the Bangalore Site Speed Meetup

Our community is once again looking forward to hear about the storeis of web optimization and infrastructure tuning. If you have a story to tell, we are here to listen!

Please upload your talk or workshop proposals at the hasgeek link provided

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This is a focus group for engineers to share the learnings from industry wide technical expertise on how they analyze & improve the website and mobile application performance. We will be hosting talks & workshops on various layers of web including hardware, network, cloud infra, DNS, CDN, applicati… more

Accepting submissions till 16 Aug 2021, 11:59 PM

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While the central theme of the meetup is web performance, this could be around any layer of your stack, be it the infrastructure or the web frameworks - or anything in between. Ideally talks should be timed for a 45 minute session with 10 minutes Q&A expand
  1. While the central theme of the meetup is web performance, this could be around any layer of your stack, be it the infrastructure or the web frameworks - or anything in between.
  2. Ideally talks should be timed for a 45 minute session with 10 minutes Q&A
  3. Q&A can be within the 45 minutes or outside it depending on the depth of the topic
  4. If you have a workship proposal, provide more details - pre-requisites, timing etc.
  5. Ensure you leave your contact information - phone and email both so that we can reach out to your for screening and further coordination
  6. Once submitted, our core team will review the proposal and reach out to the author irresepective of wether it is selected or not to provide feedback
  7. If our slot for the current event is full, we would still keep the interesting submission with us and reach out to you again during the next event
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Prateek Rungta

Prateek Rungta

Micro-caching in Nginx for High Performance

In the vast, multi-layered subject area of web performance, server response time is an important metric. From a CMS standpoint, however, it is one of the most significant. Best practise recommends a 200ms or lower time-to-first-byte. For medium to high-traffic sites, server load is another vital statistic. In this talk we’ll look at micro-caching as a performance strategy to handle loads of 10 to… more
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Tejas Dinkar

Simple Tips for improving GraphQL performance

This is a beginner to intermediate talk on some tricks you can use to make graphql requests faster. As part of this talk, I’ll cover: * why graphql ( briefly) * bunching queries * Using apollo automatic persisted queries * writing resolvers for data loading * Using @defer and @stream to offload expensive queries (beta) more
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Accepting submissions till 16 Aug 2021, 11:59 PM

Hosted by

This is a focus group for engineers to share the learnings from industry wide technical expertise on how they analyze & improve the website and mobile application performance. We will be hosting talks & workshops on various layers of web including hardware, network, cloud infra, DNS, CDN, applicati… more