Course catalog

Our 1h courses are designed to empower individuals to move forward your programming skills to be able to analyze and fix performance issues. Since more than 30% of internet sites run on WordPress some of our courses are focused on it.

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Backend performance fundamentals

In-depth introduction to base components and architecture of a LAMP stack. This course is an enabler of more advanced ones, teaching the key concepts required to understand most of the problems a site can have on the backend.

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Frontend performance fundamentals

In-depth introduction to browser loading and processing a web page. This course is an enabler of more advanced ones, teaching key concepts required to understand most advanced problems a web page can have in the frontend

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Backend analysis tools

This course will show how to install and use a PHP profile and how to analyze traces to detect and fix performance problems. All examples are from a WordPress site.

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Frontend analysis tools

This course will show how to use the on-browser tools to detect and analyze fronted performance issues. All the examples are from a WordPress site.

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Backend performance for WordPress

Advanced course about how to improve the performance of your current WordPress site. Full of practical examples and tools usage to maximize your takes away.

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Frontend performance for WordPress

Advanced course about WordPress fronted performance. Full of practical examples and techniques to ensure you have useful takeaways to apply in your site.

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Best PHP practices to write performant backend code

There are multiple ways to write PHP. The most common and most of the traditional ones are not suitable for high performance sites. Here modern PHP is teach and how to use it for performant WordPress sites.


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