Mo Morsi: From Red Hat to Dev Null
I think a hacker is defined as someone that has a passion for a particular topic or a particular subject field. Whether it's computers or electronics, whether it's history or art, we can all consider ourselves hackers of our own passions.
Hosts Karin Thorne and Kelly Corey chat with Mo Morsi about founding the Syracuse Innovators Guild and his journey from working at Red Hat to starting his own XRP blockchain company. We also pitch a couple of new ideas for Syracuse tech community Meetups and Mo shares why Ruby is still his favorite programming language.
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