19 min

Tammy Everts Planet Performance Podcast

    • Technology

Hello web speed people, this episode is an interview with Tammy Everts. She's very active in the web performance community, among other things, she's curating wpostats.com and co-chairs the conference performance.now. She is the Chief Experience Officer at SpeedCurve. She's given a lot of talks and written tons of articles, mostly on the User Experience as well as the business side of the web performance discipline. She also wrote a book: Time Is Money, The Business Value of Web Performance.
This is a short chat we had during the 2019 performance.now conference in Amsterdam. Short because we had to do it during one of the breaks between the sessions. Tammy talked about the conference, about Speed Curve, how to pick the right metrics, about remote work and much much more. Surprising actually how much she covered during the limited time we had.
You'll notice the music sprinkled here and there in the interview is a little different from the usual ukulele bits. It's just something a friend and I jammed on while I was in Amsterdam for the conference, so I thought, if nothing else, it makes some geographical sense. Hopefully it's not too spooky.
But that's enough intro, ladies and gentlemen, Tammy!

Hello web speed people, this episode is an interview with Tammy Everts. She's very active in the web performance community, among other things, she's curating wpostats.com and co-chairs the conference performance.now. She is the Chief Experience Officer at SpeedCurve. She's given a lot of talks and written tons of articles, mostly on the User Experience as well as the business side of the web performance discipline. She also wrote a book: Time Is Money, The Business Value of Web Performance.
This is a short chat we had during the 2019 performance.now conference in Amsterdam. Short because we had to do it during one of the breaks between the sessions. Tammy talked about the conference, about Speed Curve, how to pick the right metrics, about remote work and much much more. Surprising actually how much she covered during the limited time we had.
You'll notice the music sprinkled here and there in the interview is a little different from the usual ukulele bits. It's just something a friend and I jammed on while I was in Amsterdam for the conference, so I thought, if nothing else, it makes some geographical sense. Hopefully it's not too spooky.
But that's enough intro, ladies and gentlemen, Tammy!

19 min

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