People behind Netmath: Xiao

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A great tool, by great people

Netmath would be nothing without Scolab’s talents! In less than 4 years, Xiao has become one of the vital forces of the studio, assuring a constant enrichment of our contents.


Me at Scolab

I am the lead integrator of the content publishing team at Scolab since the end of college. Every day, there are new activities to create, edit, publish, review, translate. In other words: to integrate. With my team, we work on making them more dynamic, which includes developing new innovative and interactive tools. We are also in charge of maintaining and editing the current activities.

The missions are what I prefer in Netmath. Missions are more interesting and dynamic than regular activities. There’s a connection and continuity between pages, like in a story. They take students through History, in an exciting and motivating adventure. Students love them, and so do I!

My Profile in 3.14

3 key words

  • Geek
  • Grill
  • Chilling-out

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Sad story is sad: since I was young, I have been a victim of rickrolling! I must be the most rickrolled guy in the world! Because of that, I’ve developed a certain instinctive mistrust when people send me something from the web.

Rickrolling is an Internet meme involving the music video for the 1987 Rick Astley song “Never Gonna Give You Up“.

4 pics to describe my weekday