Santa Clara, CA (PRWEB) June 30, 2014

Performance expert Mark Tomlinson discusses the latest mobile web performance techniques for 2014 with Philip Lew

Mobile web performance in summary means that seconds matter and can heavily increase or decrease sales. Because the landscape and context for mobile is rapidly changing, organizations need to constantly re-examine how to optimize their mobile application performance.

This could mean a responsive design, toolkit upgrade or a complete application transformation, but regardless, it should always translate into higher performance and an optimal experience for the user, your customer.

On January 7 at 10am EST, XBOSoft hosted mobile web performance webinar with Philip Lew and Mark Tomlinson providing an informative discussion on mobile web performance techniques. This webinar’s goal was to update the audience on the latest mobile web performance optimization techniques for 2014.

Mark Tomlinson stated: “I’m looking forward to sharing this update on new mobile technologies that have the potential to enable full-speed mobile application performance.”

About Philip Lew

Dr. Lew, CEO of XBOSoft, has 20 years industry experience and has helped hundreds of organizations assess the quality of their software, examine software quality processes and set forth measurement plans so that they can consistently improve software quality using systematic methods. He has been a frequent speaker at industry and academic conferences including Software Quality EngineeringSoftware Test Professionals, the International Conference of Web EngineeringQUATIC and the International Conference on Software and Systems Processes.

About Mark Tomlinson

Mark Tomlinson is a specialist in performance engineering and software testing. He has broad experience with real-world scenario testing of large and complex systems and is regarded as a leading expert in software testing automation with a specific emphasis on performance.


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