A little over a year ago, I started on a small side project to help solve a simple problem: how do you cut down the friction around finding times to have a meeting?
This was originally posted on the Sprint.ly blog about how we spent the last few months helping the Sprintly team land a massive performance refactor.
Last week we helped Sprintly launch a dramatic increase in front end performance. We are built on Backbone.js and, over time, our rendering times have slowed down. Luckily, using some of the great tools in the latest versions of Chrome and a few additional tools for instrumenting how the Sprintly frontend was performing, fixing it was dramatically easier than it would have been just a few months ago.
Recently, Alex McPherson and I spoke at jQuery Toronto. The conference was well organized and full of excellent content. This is a quick wrap-up of our experiences in the great white north and how I learned to make my slide deck perform better!
Images from gif.ly are now capable of being embedded as playable GIFs with just a script tag.
Last week, Startup Colorado in partnership with the University of Colorado hosted the "Big Data Dig In," an event focused on the technical and legal issues surrounding big data. I attended the event on behalf of Quick Left and was treated to an afternoon of interesting panels and audience discussion. Here are some reflections on the events.
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