John Mone and Jared Smith (Bluehost) Interview – OSCON 2014

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John Mone, the Chief Information Officer of Bluehost, and Jared Smith, its Director of Open Source Outreach, sit down for an interview at the 2014 O’Reilly Open Source Convention. Watch more from OSCON:

In this interview, Mone and Smith talk about Bluehost’s initiative to support open source communities, their work with small startups, and the company’s future.

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