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Artisan founder Scott Wasserman talks startups: passion is key

In an podcast, Scott Wasserman talks about his time at the University of Delaware, his love of programming and what it takes to be a serial entrepreneur.

The Artisan booth at a recent conference. (Photo courtesy of @ArtisanMoblie)

Scott Wasserman has been programming since he was eight years old. During high school, he spent much of his time creating computer graphics, software and technology.

Scott Wasserman. (Via Twitter)

Scott Wasserman. (Via Twitter)

A 1992 computer sciences graduate of the University of Delaware, his most recent entrepreneurial success story is Artisan Mobile, founded in 2010.
He serves as the CTO of Artisan, which builds solutions that allow customers to more easily create mobile apps.
Wasserman, a serial entrepreneur, has been creating businesses since he was in high school. He sits on the board of Wilmington University’s gaming department, among others.

Ryan Drummond, who conducted the interview, is the founder of the newly launched, which we recently profiled. He’s a 2004 graduate of University of Delaware.

Companies: Artisan Mobile

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