I'd like to thank all of the DrupalCamp Ottawa organizers. Everything appeared to run smoothly, and there was a great turnout for the second annual event.
I gave a presentation on Drupal performance to a completely-packed room. Either the subject matter interested a lot of people, or the room was too small. From my perspective, it's difficult to say which, but I'd like to think my topic was something folks wanted to hear.
As promised, my slides are now available on this blog post and the session page.
If you missed it, I'm planning to give this talk again at the Western NY State Drupal Mini-Camp, and if it gets accepted, DrupalCon Austin. If you'd like to see it there (or can't make it, but still think it's a great topic), please show your support by commenting on the session page. Hopefully, this will persuade the track team to accept it!
Really enjoyed the talk!
Very helpful for both Drupal Newbies and experienced Drupal developers. The symptom-problem-solution approach was great. I learned about a handful of modules I wasn't aware of which improve performance in certain situations and picked up some handy tips (and ended up writing a list of things to look in to for each of the sites I maintain). Great presentation!
Thanks for mentioning AdvAgg :)
Another module that speeds up the front end is https://drupal.org/project/imageinfo_cache
You should also talk about tuning the database and some PHP settings that might help.
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