Script & Style Show: Episode 21: Third Party JavaScript and Web Performance with Charlie Vazac

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On this week's episode: David shrugs aside the scars of the week's DevTools Debugger development to welcome this week's guest:  Charlie Vazac.  Charlie boasts the title of Senior Architect at Akamai and joins David and Todd to talk about third party JavaScript, monkey patching, security, performance, and more!  Enjoy!

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