About Morgan Craft

Through more than a decade of experience in technical leadership roles, I've developed an obsession with learning. I've mentored engineers, led teams of developers, and helped CEOs understand what's going on with the technical side of their business. My experience has taught me that the key to making great products is to create teams with a built-in culture of learning.

In 2020 I founded gitBabel, the first developer platform designed to scale engineering teams through continuous learning and team collaboration. Gitbabel enables companies to document their work and create an enriching environment for developers to gain knowledge and grow their abilities.

Prior to founding gitBabel I was the CTO and Interim CEO for Hickory Training, an adaptive learning platform used by companies like Shopify, Stripe, and Mailchimp to train customer service and sales teams. During my time at Hickory, I led a team of engineers, data-scientist, and learning experts. We rebuilt the product from the ground up, and helped to create a culture of learning, mentoring, and inclusive collaboration.

What I Do

For many CEOs, the ability to effectively leverage technology is a make-or-break challenge.

I share insight with non-technical leaders to help them make smarter business decisions, and I teach them to recognize whether or not their team is moving in the right direction. With every team I work with, I strive to implement learning systems and establish processes to build strong, scalable organizations.

From guiding teams of engineers to giving founders the tools they need to create a culture of accountable, my goal is to set up every company I work with for long-term success.

I help companies with....

Ensuring teams are shipping quality code on a regular cadence through one and two-week sprints.
Code Reviews
Establishing processes for reviewing code internally so your team can hold itself accountability.
Implementing strategies and creating assessment solutions to ensure the developers you hire can do the technical work that's required.
Enabling engineers to write better stories and take ownership of their work.
Internal Systems
Setting up tools and teaching technical teams how to run effectively.