Tammy Everts

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As a former senior researcher, writer, and solution evangelist for Radware, Tammy Everts spent years researching the technical, business, and human factor sides of web/application performance. Before joining Radware, Tammy shared her research findings through countless blog posts, presentations, case studies, whitepapers, articles, reports, and infographics for Strangeloop Networks.

Are you making any of these 8 common (and wrong) assumptions about mobile performance?

Friends don't let friends make assumptions about mobile performance. Chances are, you know someone who believes at least one of the following. Time to straighten them out.

State of the Union: Page Speed & Web Performance [INFOGRAPHIC]

Last week, we released our quarterly State of the Union for ecommerce web performance. This week, I want to share a poster version of the infographics we created to accompany the report.

REPORT: State of the Union for Ecommerce Page Speed & Web Performance [Summer 2013]

It is a widely held belief that web sites must be getting faster, rather than slower, thanks to the rapid evolution of browsers, devices,...

18 Questions (and Answers) About Google, Site Speed, and SEO

Last month, Google announced that, coming soon, pages that load slowly on mobile devices will be penalized in mobile search. This has led to...

How to Find Your Website’s Performance Poverty Line

The performance poverty line is the plateau at which your website's load time ceases to matter because you’ve hit close to rock bottom in...

A Non-Geeky Guide to Performance Measurement Terms

If you've ever been handed a pile of performance data and been stymied by the various measurement terms you encounter, you're not alone. Even...

An 11-Step Program to Bulletproof Your Site Against Third-Party Failure

Everyone has bad days, and third-party content providers are no exception. If you host third-party scripts -- such as ads, social widgets, analytics, and...

Case Study: How a 2-Second Improvement in Page Load Time More Than Doubled Conversions

Roughly 70% of online shopping carts are abandoned before checkout, and new findings suggest that slow load times are the number-one culprit. A recent...