This page showcases some of my main achievements, including a few of my most impacftul projects developed as a software engineer at Meta. The ones highlighted here were either announced at F8 or at Flow, the Workplace from Meta's annual conference.

In addition to these endeavours, during my career I have benefited from many open source projects. So, whenever I could I've contributed to their developement. Below you can find a list of the major projects I've worked on and some of those I built myself. All my contributions can be found via my GitHub profile.

Aurelio De Rosa featured in a marketing campaign for Workplace from Meta
Aurelio De Rosa interviewed on making Workplace from Meta accessible

Work Projects

Not only Meta, I have worked with

Open Source

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As a member of the jQuery team, I've made several improvements to the jQuery documentation by adding and updating content, and fixing issues.

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Can I Use

I'm among the most active contributors of the project. Over the time I've added several JavaScript APIs, reported cross-browser incompatibilities and issues, and improved the references.

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As a maintainer, I've added many new features, fixed bugs, and made several improvements to the documentation.

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I'm the main author behind WebReader, a free and open source JavaScript library that relies on the Web Speech API to offer speech recognition and speech synthesis functionality.

HTML5 API demos

HTML5 API demos is a repository where you can find information about many JavaScript and HTML5 APIs.


Saveba.js is a JavaScript library that, relying on the Network Information API, tries to save bandwidth to users having a slow connection by removing unnecessary resources.

Audero Sticky

Audero Sticky is a polyfill for the CSS position: sticky with no dependencies and support for multiple module systems.

Audero Wav Extractor

Audero Wav Extractor is a PHP library that allows to extract a chunk from a wav file. The extracted chunk can be saved on the harddisk, can be forced to be prompted as download by the user's browser or returned as a string for a later processing.