YUI Theater — Philip Tellis: "Measuring the Web with Boomerang" (52 min.)

By YUI TeamNovember 19, 2010

Philip Tellis discusses the Boomerang open-source performance tool at YUIConf 2010.

Philip Tellis (@bluesmoon) is a long-time Yahoo! and a member of the influential Exceptional Performance team. In this talk at YUIConf 2010, Philip discussed Boomerang, an open-source tool for instrumenting and measuring performance from the end-user perspective.

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