May 3, 2016
Live to Fight Another Day: Are You Default Dead or Alive?
In this Speaker Series presentation, Mailgun cofounder and Gravitational COO Taylor Wakefield discusses where to focus to reduce costs/incre...
On May 25th, Heavybit member Mux hosted the SF Video Tech meetup in our San Francisco Clubhouse. Chris Kennedy, a staff video engineer at Ellation, gave a talk on an accidental case study at Crunchyroll around human perception & reaction to video compression changes.
Watch this talk from Chris Kennedy to learn how your users perceive video on your site depending on the context of previously viewed videos, their current viewing environment, and the reasons that they’re watching video right now. It’s a fascinating talk, don’t miss it.