Tom Bergan, Michael Buettner and Ben Greenstein from Google will be giving a talk next Wednesday (9 May) at 1:30pm in CSE305.
They are available from 10am onwards. We are using a single schedule for all of them. If you would like to meet with only one or two of them, please specify that in the schedule. Please also feel free to meet with them together as a group with other students. https://reserve.cs.washington.edu/visitor/week.php?year= 2018&month=05&day=09&area=5&room=3130 Delivering a performant mobile web to the next billion users In many parts of the world, people have limited access to basic needs such as clean water, consistent electricity and healthcare. Access to the web can be transformative in these environments, but unfortunately, there are significant barriers, painfully slow loading performance being one pervasive problem. This talk will present an overview of the challenges and opportunities we face in making the mobile web performant for the next billion users who are coming online in the developing regions of the world. We’ll present data on the current state of the mobile web, including usage patterns, as well as network and device constraints and web performance as seen in practice. Then we’ll discuss the approaches and experimental methodologies we take at Google to improve on the performance of the mobile web, deep dive into specific efforts we’ve taken, and then conclude with thoughts on where we should focus going forward. The talk will not be recorded.
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