How to Avoid Newbie Performance Testing Mistakes with Rebecca Clinard

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About this Episode

Today we’ll travel in our performance testing time machine all the way back to 2016 for an interview I did with Rebecca Clinard about how to avoid newbie mistakes in performance testing. If you’re thinking about getting into performance testing, or want to know how you can help your teams with performance-related tasks, you don’t want to miss this episode.

About Rebecca Clinard

Rebecca Clinard

Rebecca Clinard is an expert Performance Engineer and a Performance Engineering Solution Architect at New Relic. She's been active in the web application performance industry for 20 years. Rebecca enjoys taking very technical information and evangelizing the technology into easier to understand words. She's published a variety of syndicated blogs while making a name for myself in this niche industry. All her content is derived from hands-on experience.

Rebecca has held several performance engineer positions for industries spanning many verticals such as retail, financial services, insurance, gaming, and supply management. Her expertise lies in creating realistic load tests and performance tuning multi-tier deployments.

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