HTTP/2.0 101 Introduction

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A little bit hard to follow in places. For example, you often switched between HTTP 1.1 and 2 to give context, but it wasn't clear sometimes when you went back to 1. Other than that, good information.

An interesting talk, it did kind of tangental off into the generalities of improving web performance rather than the specifics of HTTP 2.0.

Overall a ok talk but too general in places

Rated 5

Joz at 16:20 on 3 Oct 2015

Great talk on the comparison of the two protocols.

Rated 4

Chris Armitage at 16:39 on 3 Oct 2015

Good technical talk on the new protocol. The history recap was good, as was the comparison between 1.1 and 2.0.

Rated 3

Anonymous at 17:28 on 3 Oct 2015

A lot on http1 and a little light in http2

Could have focused more on how to use and what to expect in 2.0 instead of what to do to get around 1.1's inadequacies. Interesting though

Rated 4

Dave Jennings at 20:57 on 3 Oct 2015

Knowing little in terms of the details of how any version of the protocol works or the differences between them, I really enjoyed the talk. Like others have noted, perhaps would have expected more focus on 2.0 but I found it useful.

A bit more detail about HTTP2.0 and a little less HTTP1.1. Otherwise a great, informative talk. Thanks

interesting talk with some good pointers on web performance and good to know what we can expect with HTTP 2.0

A good introduction to HTTP 2.0. As another commenter mentioned sometimes it was unclear if you were talking 1.1 or 2.0 and it seemed to switch about a bit. Other than that it was well delivered and informative.

Rated 3

Anonymous at 07:39 on 5 Oct 2015

Talk was too focused on http 1.1 and ways to mitigate its limitations as opposed to what http 2 has to offer. Good speaker though and content was delivered in a concise manner

Rated 3

Anonymous at 07:39 on 5 Oct 2015

Talk was too focused on http 1.1 and ways to mitigate its limitations as opposed to what http 2 has to offer. Good speaker though and content was delivered in a concise manner

Very informative

The only thing I would change would be to have a more clear seperation on the diagrams about which was HTTP/1.1 & which was 2.0, I found it hard to work out which was which.