Anders Burla is an entrepreneur and developer. In his session at UFD, he will introduce you to the techniques which help you score 100 points in Google PageSpeed Insights.
Who are you and what do you have to do with Umbraco?
I’m Anders Burla – the CEO of Tea Solutions and Tea Commerce. Tea Commerce is an e-commerce module for Umbraco that I started developing back in 2010, but now I’m doing the management of the company. Tea Solutions is a Danish web agency that I started 10 years ago. 99% of our work is built using Umbraco – so I know a thing or two about Umbraco ;)
I also try to travel as much as possible to attend the Umbraco festivals around the world and do talks. It’s a fantastic way to meet new people and see a tiny bit of the world.
How often did you attend Umbraco Festival Germany (formerly known as umbOktoberfest)?
This is my third Umbraco Festival Germany. Looking forward to getting back as it’s been a couple of years since last time.
What are your special fields of expertise/interest when it comes to Umbraco?
I’m a developer at heart, but have always had an interest in the business perspective of things. My expertise is to talk to clients and understand their business and translate what they tell me into an awesome tech solution. I focus on creating solutions that are speedy, have a brilliant design and are editor-friendly.
What topic will your talk be about?
My session title pretty much says it all: “How We Scored 100 in Google PageSpeed Insights”. It’s a session about the journey from a low scoring website to one with a “perfect” 100 score and it’s about what steps we took to get there. Along the way, I will share the techniques used for each step towards a higher score – from the easy steps to the more hardcore ones.
What are three words that come to mind when you think of Umbraco?
Great people, great knowledge sharing and great parties!
What is the most special thing about Umbraco community events like UFD?
The very best thing is meeting new people and welcoming them to the Umbraco community! The next best thing is all the sessions. This is the best knowledge sharing you can get: community people that share their experiences and war stories.