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Full Stack Fest 2016
Ines Sombra
Architectural patterns of resilient distributed systems

Modern systems can fail in spectacular ways. Failure isn’t a question of if, but when. Resilient systems can endure and gracefully recover from failures, but ensuring your system has these properties requires thought and some deliberate architectural decisions. Join me in this talk as I attempt to find answers in literature and industry to build…

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Full Stack Fest 2015
Eileen Uchitelle
How to Performance
Understanding performance output can feel like reading tea leaves. It makes sense to a few people, but many of us are left in the dark; overwhelmed and frustrated by the data. On top of that there are a ton of performance tools to choose from; StackProf, RubyProf, AllocationTracer. Where do you even start? While working on speeding up integration…
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Full Stack Fest 2015
Tom Dale
Inside Glimmer: What Makes Ember''s Rendering Engine Tick
In the beginning of 2015, the Ember community took on an audacious effort to rewrite the rendering engine powering Ember apps. This new engine, called Glimmer, dramatically improved the performance of real-world apps in modern browsers and laid the groundwork for many features to come: Web Components integration, faster re-renders, a simplified com…
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Full Stack Fest 2017
Martin Splitt
Rendering performance from the ground up

When the browser puts pixels on to screen, there’s a lot of work happening behind the scenes.

While it’s well known that “GPU accelerated” is good for silky smooth animations and apps, it’s surprisingly hard to figure out what that really entails and means. This talk is a tour of what goes into painting pixels onto the screen and what we c…

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Full Stack Fest 2015
Steven Wittens
The Pixel Factory
The average phone has a few megapixels, powered by its GPU. For the most part it sits there shuffling bits around to follow your finger. But properly unleashed, these tiny supercomputers can run obscene amounts of code in a blink, even from within the restricted sandbox of a web browser. Each pixel is a virtual machine on its own, with math inside.…
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Full Stack Fest 2016
Ole Michaelis
Whirlwind tour through the HTTP2 spec

HTTP2 is already here, but apparently we are not using it. Learn why it's awesome. How we can boost website performance up to 50%. The missing pieces of the puzzle? The glue between the apps and frameworks to the webserver, for features like server push and getting the asset pipeline out of our way!

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Baruco 2014
Erik Michaels-Ober
Writing fast Ruby
Performance is one of the most important features of any application. Research has shown that every 100 milliseconds decrease in speed can reduce sales by 1 percent. Ruby is not known as a fast language but there are things we can do to optimize the performance of our Ruby code. This talk will show how to properly benchmark your Ruby code and discu…
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