Ilya Grigorik is a web performance engineer and developer advocate on the Make The Web Fast team at Google, where he spends his days and nights on making the web fast and driving adoption of performance best practices. Whenever not thinking about web performance, Ilya can be found reading, writing, contributing to open-source, and building fun projects like VimGolf and GitHub Archive amongst many others.
High-Performance Browser Networking (O'Reilly)
What every web developer must know about networking in the browser: impact of latency and bandwidth, TCP, UDP, and SSL performance, performance optimization for mobile networks (latency, battery, and more). Plus, an under the hood look at performance of HTTP 1.1 and 2.0, WebSocket, WebRTC, DataChannel, and other application transports.
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- Deploying WebP via Accept Content Negotiation
- Faster, smaller and more beautiful web with WebP
- High Performance Networking in Google Chrome
- Faster Websites: Crash Course on Web Performance
- Deploying New Image Formats on the Web
- Web Performance Anomaly Detection with Google Analytics
- Wait, Chrome DevTools could do THAT?
- Simple SPDY and NPN Negotiation with HAProxy
- Automating Web Performance with mod_pagespeed
- Web Fonts Performance: Making Pretty, Fast