Xiaoliang “David” Wei is a research scientist at Facebook, where he works on front-end performance. He focuses on user latency measurement, end user latency optimization, and best practices for maintaining long-term web performance. Prior to Facebook, David worked on network simulation, TCP enhancement, QoS, and peer-to-peer file sharing systems at Google and two startups. David holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science from Tsinghua University, China, and a PhD in computer science from Caltech, where he co-invented FastTCP, a new Internet congestion control algorithm that led to the startup FastSoft Inc.
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