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EE Speed Optimization, with Jacob Russell

Oct 31, 2011

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EE Podcast

Coming off the heels of EECI Brooklyn, we've got a new (and bi-coastal!) episode of the EE Podcast for your listening pleasure!

Lea joins me post-EECI from Brooklyn for Episode #55, when we talk with Jacob Russell of Devot:ee about optimizing ExpressionEngine.

Episode #55

In EE & Speed Optimization, Lea and I talked with EE and front-end developer Jacob Russell about his experience reducing load times on the Devot:ee site. Jacob offered a number of practical and straightforward optimization steps, many of which he detailed in his recent EECI presentation.

And since both Lea and Jacob made it to EECI (while poor ole me was home working and trying to somehow get caught up with my workload), I had to ask them what they thought of the conference. Their answer: it was great (and I'm still sad I wasn't there).

Have a listen yourself.

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For our next episode, we've got another EllisLab Q&A, this time with Director of Services Marcus Neto.

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