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Dom Farolino

About Me

I'm Dom Farolino, a computer science graduate from the University of Cincinnati (2019) and Software Engineer at Google working on the Chrome team in Boston. I interned on the Chrome team in Tokyo in the summer of 2019, Microsoft in 2018, and Mozilla in 2017. My interests range from computer science theory and algorithms, to the web platform and more.

Computer Science

I like solving algorithms and participating in competitive programming contests. I love C++, JavaScript, and am interested in algorithms and graph theory.

Web Platform

I'm a Chromium committer, member of the WHATWG standards organization, contributor to the HTML Standard, and editor of the Console Standard. Within Chrome I work on loading-related projects, scheduling and IPC architecture, and privacy-preserving APIs for loading and displaying ads on the web (design doc, crbug). I'm also interested in //base infrastructure. All of my Chromium contributions can be found here.

In the summer of 2019, I interned with Google in Tokyo on the Chrome loading team after contributing to Chromium for about a year and a half throughout college. Over the summer I shipped subresource integrity support for link preloads (design doc, crbug), and worked on enabling cross-origin prefetch in a privacy-preserving manner, with Chromium's double-keyed cache implementation (design doc, crbug).

During the summer of 2017 I interned with Mozilla in Mountain View, CA on the Firefox graphics team where I helped implement off-main-thread painting.


My personal projects can be found on my GitHub page. I maintain an algorithms repository aimed at providing detailed explanations and implementations of classic algorithms, data structures, and competitive programming problems. I also maintain a blog consisting of web- and algorithm-related posts.

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