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Akamai’s Paul Calvano Interviewed on “The State of the Web”

September 5, 2018 · by Javier Garza ·
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I wanted to share a great video from two people who I happen to know and who are very active in the web performance community. Rick Viscomi from Google and Paul Calvano from Akamai recently sat down to have a chat in the fantastic State of the Web YouTube series.  In this interview, entitled "Leveraging web transparency," Paul shares his thoughts on how to utilize HTTP Archive, CrUX, and RUM data to understand web performance in order to make websites and mobile apps faster and more secure. As a bonus, Paul shares the things that excite him most about the future of the web. Take a look:

For reference, here's a list of some of the helpful resources mentioned in the video:

HTTP Archive Discussion forum → http://bit.ly/2PGcmM1 
Thread on cryptocurrency mining → http://bit.ly/2CnK5If
Brazilian power failure → http://bit.ly/2Cyw62D
Measuring Firefox performance → http://bit.ly/2MPMKiL
CrUX and mPulse → http://bit.ly/2wK9GWO
mPulse → http://bit.ly/2oKGZoc
Paul's Fluent presentation about HTTP Archive → http://bit.ly/2CnXpMU
Rick's "Not my RUM" presentation → http://bit.ly/2NQ2D5l

Javier Garza is a developer evangelist at Akamai Technologies.