New podcast episode on blockchains. Plus, a new series I'm writing that compares Whoop, Oura Ring, and the Apple Watch
This episode is both an introduction to the blockchain space (for those new), and a deep-dive into nuanced blockchain topics if you are an industry expert.
Also, for those subscribed to my health science topic on Satchel (you can do so here), you may have noticed I released part one of an article series over the weekend:
This past spring while in quarantine with the rest of the world, I ran a 30-day N=1 experiment to see if I could optimize sleep and workout performance with one meal a day. I also thought it would be interesting to compare Whoop Strap, Oura Ring, and Apple Watch while wearing a Dexcom G6 to monitor glucose.
In this first post I describe the motivation for the study, details of the devices, and the type of data they can collect. Check it out.
Have a great rest of your week!
p.s. For the future or current software developers listening in, I also began writing up the first part of the curriculum I’ll be releasing this fall regarding learning to code with business, product, and collaboration sensibilities. Subscribe to the “Software Development” topic here to follow along as I publish initial chapters this summer. Thanks!