The Open Source world is full of choices. From platform, to module, to developer, to language... there are an almost endless number of combinations available to us. It's very easy to try and use them all, solve every problem, and cater to everyone. But what happens when you choose to just focus on a very small set instead? In this session, John O'Nolan looks at the value of of not diversifying, but doing just one thing - and doing it really, really well.
John O'Nolan is the founder of the Ghost project, which launched in 2013 through a successful Kickstarter campaign to re-invent the blogging platform. In a past life John was the Deputy Head of Design for WordPress, and designer and developer of blogs for Microsoft, Nokia, Virgin Atlantic, easyJet, and Ubisoft. John now spends most of his time in the city of Linz, as a part of his ongoing love affair with Austria.