After 16 years a new version of the HTTP protocol has now been finalised and wide support in browsers and web servers is coming quickly. In this talk I'll explain how HTTP and browsers work in general and what you currently have to do to make your application as fast as possible. Based on this I'll show what HTTP/2.0 is all about, what it changes and how it can help your application's performance.

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Interesting talk

Rated 4

Jeroen Sen at 11:48 on 30 Jun 2017

First of all I really like ze accent! Secondly the talk was really up to speed and slides were very much supporting. Learned something new and overall very much enjoyed the talk!

Rated 5

Richard Tuin at 13:24 on 30 Jun 2017

Great talk! Well structured, nice pace, and visually supported by the slides.

Rated 4

Jaap Redeker at 13:30 on 30 Jun 2017

Nice talk

Rated 5

Erwin Deckers at 14:04 on 30 Jun 2017

Succinct and clear

Rated 5

Coen Dunnink at 11:03 on 1 Jul 2017

Fun and good content

Rated 4

Marc Hagen at 15:39 on 1 Jul 2017

Wow amazing, i love the style how you present and just don't change it. It makes the subject just more interesting to "watch" and hear. Allot of information but not in to much detail. But there was not really time for that.

Rated 4

Sjoerd Maessen at 23:37 on 1 Jul 2017

Good talk, I liked the informative visuals used in the presentation. Especially liked the part about the 200 header issue when pushing assets early on to the client.

Rated 4

Peter Meijer at 21:07 on 2 Jul 2017

Just a good talk which brought me up to speed with HTTP 2

Quite an interesting talk well organized

1 topic that IMO you could have explained, is in the TLS agreement where it decides to use or not to use HTTP 2
I've had to research to understand that TLS is not required by definition, but most of servers/clients are implemented in that way.

As usual a good presentation from Bastian.