Performance is ultimately about respect. Is your Website fast? What do fast and slow really mean? Can a site ever be too fast? User's perceptions of your site matter as much as quantitative measurements, and designing your site to seem fast is crucial.
San Jose, CA (PRWEB) October 17, 2014
Daniel Austin, CEO & Founder of Grin Technologies Inc., today announced his keynote presentation at the HTML5DevConf, on October 20, 2014 in room E-132. Austin will present, “Performance: How Fast is Fast Enough?” from 9:00 – 9:50 AM at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. In addition, Austin will also instruct a web performance boot camp on October 23rd from 9-4.
“Performance is ultimately about respect, “ Austin said. “Is your Website fast? What do 'fast' and 'slow' really mean? Can a site ever be too fast? How can you tell? User's perceptions of your site matter as much as quantitative measurements, and designing your site to seem fast is crucial.”
During his presentation, Austin will explore the psychology of the user experience, especially on Mobile devices. Attendees will gain access to real-world solutions to optimize their websites in ways that make sense to the people that matter - the end users. For more information about the presentation and the HTML5DevConF please visit: http://html5devconf.com/index.html
During the Web Performance Boot Camp, Austin will provide an in-depth overview of the Art and Science of Web Performance. The goal is to give students enough information that they can easily identify areas for optimization and resolve performance problems in the real world. To register for the class please visit: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/html5devconf-oct-20-21-2014-at-moscone-center-tickets-12518686729
For a limited time, Austin is offering access to his latest book, Getting Started With Web Performance,” while it is being written. All early release ebooks are available from @OReillyMedia at http://oreil.ly/1nevdy8 for 50%. Please use discount code (WKERRE) at checkout.
Over the past decade, Austin has worked with several prestigious companies, including Paypal, CERN, NASA, W3C, Sun, and Yahoo! ! His work is focused on making the Internet faster and smarter. Austin recently left his position on PayPal’s Central Architecture Team to found GRIN Technologies, Inc. a connected life company that designs and builds Systemsware for the Internet of Things. They pour their energy and expertise into solving the hard problems and creating products that truly help users.
About Daniel Austin:
Daniel Austin is Founder and CEO of GRIN Technologies, Inc., a technology firm in Silicon Valley focused on the Connected Life experience and the Internet of Things. He was most recently Principal Architect at PayPal and in past lives he's worked for organizations such as CERN, NASA, W3C, Sun, and Yahoo! His work is focused on making the Internet faster and smarter and his most recent book “Web Performance: The Definitive Guide” is now available on Amazon. For more information please contact Gretchen@Chatterboxink.com or visit http://www.linkedin.com/in/austindaniel/. You can also follow Daniel on Twitter @daniel_b_austin.
About GRIN Technologies, Inc.: Founded in July 2014, GRIN Technologies Inc., The Connected Life Company, focuses on helping everyday people by connecting them to their environment. GRIN uses personal history, identity, context and location to alert users to the experiences that are most important to them while simultaneously protecting their privacy. They are, in short, smart people solving hard problems in the real world. GRIN combines the scientific revolutions in genetics, robotics, information technology, and nanotechnology to contribute to the well-being of people by connecting them to people, places and things while preserving their online security and privacy. For more information please contact Gretchen(at)Chatterboxink(dot)com or visit http://www.GrinTech.net. You can also follow GRIN Technologies on Twitter @GRINTechInc.