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App Performance Café

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A relaxed coffee always brings an insightful conversation. And when it comes to mobile app performance, coffee is always a useful tool. Join us at the App Performance Café, where Rui Costa, CEO at Codavel, brings the most knowledgable individuals for an informal conversation around the vast worldRead more

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Today we have the pleasure of receiving Manuel Garcia from Farfetch, sharing his view on performance metrics and the complex choices behind them. Manuel then introduces us to the concept of performance budgets, a key tool to prevent performance regressions, concluding with why performance should be seen as a feature and why it must be a shared responsibility across the ent...

Café with Sailesh from Western Digital, on why every component matters for performance

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This week we have the pleasure of having as our guest Sailesh Rachabathuni from Western Digital, sharing with us his holistic view on performance and why every component is relevant, from backend optimization to screen rendering. We will then focus on the instability of wireless networks and on why you should not program assuming optimal network conditions, to conclude on ...

Café with Prasanna from LinkedIn, on personalized app performance

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This week we have the pleasure of having as our guest Prasanna Vijayanathan from Linkedin, sharing his view on what he sees application performance for each individual user across the world. Prasanna will then take us into the interesting concepts of personalized performance and network quality as a service, to ensure that every user gets the best experience possible. ...

Café with Nolan from Twitter, on the psychology around performance

May 25 • 41:47

Today we’re lucky to have Nolan O’Brien from Twitter with us, sharing his view on mobile app performance. Starting with why should we care about performance and the psychology behind user perception, the conversation goes from managing global user bases with such diversity of expectations, to measuring and ensuring ways to handle user frustration.

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Prologue with our host, Rui Costa

May 25 • 01:42

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