Giveaway: 2 Free Tickets to Velocity Conference in NY
O'Reilly's Velocity Conference is quickly approaching -- it's September 15-17 in beautiful New York. As a follow up to last month's post, I wanted to make sure people knew I had 2 more tickets left to give away to this epic front-end performance conference!
If you're hoping to win a free ticket to Velocity NY, please post a comment below citing your favorite client-side performance testing tool. Winner will be selected tomorrow!
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