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See you at dev.Objective() in mid-May (I'll be speaking)

Note: This blog post is from 2015. Some content may be outdated--though not necessarily. Same with links and subsequent comments from myself or others. Corrections are welcome, in the comments. And I may revise the content as necessary.
Just wanted to share word (sorry it took so long) that I'd been selected as a speaker at the upcoming dev.Objective() conference, in Minneapolis in Mid-May. Hope to see lots of my fellow CFers there, and of course new folks who were not CFers.

While the conference name has changed (from cf.Objective()), there are still plenty of CF-oriented topics, and of course as nearly everyone would point out, it's good for everyone to expand their reach and focus.

To that end, I'll be doing a topic a bit different than my normal focus of CF server troubleshooting. Instead, recognizing that there will be folks there who either use other servers, or develop web apps or mobile apps, I'll do a bit of a "soft" topic on how to troubleshoot performance problems more generically, in:

Hey, my web app's slow. Where's the problem?

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Thank you for your talk at the dev.Objective() conference. I appreciated it and thought it was very thorough.

Question: what was the name of the browser that was advertised in the video you showed at the beginning? I'm curious to check it out. Thank you.
# Posted By Chris Davis | 5/18/15 2:31 PM
Hi, Chris. Sorry I missed this last week. Was on some business travel and got behind. First, thanks for the kind regards.

And about the video, it was the monitoring tool/service New Relic (rather than a browser). More at newrelic.com. If you're interested in the video, the URL was http://fast.wistia.n..., and again it is listed in the preso, which is at carehart.org/presentations (saying that as much for future readers).
# Posted By Charlie Arehart | 5/27/15 1:58 PM
Thanks Charlie for the info!
# Posted By Chris Davis | 5/28/15 9:06 AM
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