By D. F. Klein August 11, 2016
Mountain View, Ca - At the SymDeveloper National Conference held yesterday in Mountain View, California, Sympile founder Al Weiser addressed an enthusiastic audience who had come to hear the latest recommendations that Sympile expected web developers to follow.
Dressed in his usual attire of blue jeans, white T-Shirt, and white low-top sneakers, Al Weiser walked out to a standing ovation.
"Fast websites with relevant content will get you to the highest placement on Sympile search returns. Speed. Speed. Speed. We expect mobile sites to load instantaneously. I know many of you want to show off your css skills, but the data shows that's relatively unimportant compared to speed. No one wants to wait for a page to load on SymPhones. No one."
Al Weiser went on to announce that privacy remains a major issue for the tech conglomerate. "The governments keeps pressuring Sympile to open its data and make encryption keys available." The Sympile founder shook his head. "The last time I looked on SymMaps, I was in the United States, not North Korea. And I can assure you that we will continue to protect your privacy as though it was our own."
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