Performance defects are affecting your site more than you probably know, and the traditional approaches to fixing them don’t cut it anymore.  Explore some modernized quick fixes that can make a huge impact on web performance and associated ROI; check out the slides from Billy Hoffman’s and Buddy Brewer’s talk at Velocity Santa Clara on June 23, 2016: Top 10 Performance Defects Costing You Millions.  Scroll through to find out how to improve the performance of your site and potentially save your company millions of dollars.

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