I’ve been playing with the public covid data on BigQuery which is available here. I was curious how covid spreads related to temperature. The simple intuition being: when it’s either too hot or too cold, people spend more time indoors, and that will facilitate the spread of the virus. If that’s the case, you’d expectContinue reading “Covid behavior by temperature”
One thing I love about startups is that they’re essentially big “natural social experiments.” Like, ask any other startup what they’re calling their OKRs/all hands meetings/product artefacts/roadmap/etc., and you’ll get wildly different answers – which is cool because it means startups aren’t just testing products, they’re also testing how to work together, and sometimes thatContinue reading “What’s driving employee satisfaction”
Back in the days when we were making games, I loved trying to more rigorously quantify the economy of a game, and how its core mechanics evolve numerically. Around 2010, a very popular game that existed in many variations was a type of game in which you had to manage a pipeline, for example byContinue reading “The arithmetics of throughput-based games”
I am the co-founder and CEO of Oscar, the first health insurance company built around a full stack technology platform and a relentless focus on serving our members. Prior to co-founding Oscar in 2012, I was the co-founder and chief scientist of the at the time largest social gaming company in Latin America, leading theContinue reading “I’m Mario”
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