Webinar: Profiling and Fixing Common Performance Bottlenecks
Join us Thursday, October 7, 2021, 16:00 – 17:00 CEST (10:00 AM – 11:00 AM EDT or check other timezones) for our free live webinar, Profiling and Fixing Common Performance Bottlenecks, with Steve Desmond.
Performance is paramount when it comes to user experience. Studies have shown that faster apps lead to better outcomes, while slow sites lose customers and sales. So why are there so many poorly performing systems out there?
As with all software development, performance optimization is part science, part art. Knowing where to look for problems and knowing how to fix them are equally important, and sometimes equally challenging. Lucky for you, this webinar will show you both!
From load testing tools that generate large numbers of requests, to application profilers that help dig deep into what the code is doing, we’ll use a combination of open source and JetBrains software to discover, diagnose, and remediate real-world examples of common performance issues.
About the presenter:
Steve has been developing software professionally for almost two decades, across numerous languages, frameworks, and stacks. Over the years, a common theme of improving application performance emerged, and it soon became clear that this was their calling.
Steve is now the lead developer at ecoAPM, an open source software company specializing in optimizing performance; helping engineers everywhere write better, faster, more Earth-friendly applications.
You can often find Steve blogging at stevedesmond.ca.
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