Mo Morsi is the founder and CEO of Dev Null Productions, a software development shop currently focused on Blockchain (XRP) analytics. Mo has worn many hats during his career up to this point, which includes a long (12 year) stint as a Software Engineer at RedHat, founding and running the Syracuse Innovators Guild (the first Hacker/Maker space in Syracuse NY) in the 2010-2011 timeframe, and presenting many different topics at various technical conferences across the world. These days while not obsessing over the startup, Mo enjoys dabbling in "mind-hacking" through meditation and martial arts, snowboarding, playing the guitar and video games (Nethack for life!), as well as kicking back and enjoying a good dinner / drinks with friends.
Episode | February 25th, 2020 | 41 mins 11 secs
blockchain, bootcamp, careers in code, code, entrepreneurship, hack upstate, meetup ideas, resources, ruby, salt city, syracuse innovators guild, web development, women in tech, xrp
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.