It has been a long time between facelifts for the MyLoadTest website, but with the launch of MyLoadTest On-Demand it was time for a more customer-friendly look. This meant a new graphic design, new marketing pages, and moving the blog off the front page.

I have also changed some URLs which means some inbound links to old blog posts and pages will be broken. Redirects to the new URLs have been set up where possible, but if you have been redirected to this page it means that the content has been removed. If there is something you are really missing, check the Wayback Machine, or send me an email.

The most notable thing that I have removed is my popular Correlation Challenge training exercise. There are some vague plans to re-write it for AWS Lambda, but all my technical focus is on MyLoadTest On-Demand right now.

Thanks for reading this far. Please have a look around and let me know what you think.

Stuart Moncrieff

Stuart Moncrieff

As a technical guy, you can guess how much I hate writing marketing copy (even when I can hand off most of the work to a copywriting expert). The only fun part of organising the new website was the small amount of time I spent improving response times. Fast page load times are important for lowering bounce rates and improving Google rankings and, as with most new websites, there was a lot of room for improvement.


Published On: September 12, 2020Tags:

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  1. Stuart Moncrieff June 3, 2021 at 11:01 am

    TODO: migrating to HUGO

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