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All Things Open 2014: A speaker interview series

All Things Open is a conference exploring open source, open tech, and the open web in the enterprise. This year's conference will be in Raleigh, North Carolina from October 22 - 23, 2014.

Opensource.com is running a speaker interview series prior to the event from September 29 - October 17, 2014. Each article will feature an exclusive interview with a speaker from the event.

See the full collection below.

Penn Manor goes 'all in' with open source

by Scott Nesbitt

Interview with Charlie Reisinger, IT director of the Penn Manor School District. See Charlie's conference page.

James Pearce Head of Open Source at FacebookFacebook has over 200 open source projects on GitHub

by Nitish Tiwari

Interview with James Pearce, Head of Open Source at Facebook. See James' conference page.

Guy Martin of SamsungOpen source goes corporate at Samsung

by Ben Pearson

Interview with Guy Martin, Senior Strategist for Samsung Research America as a part of the Open Source Group. See Guy's conference page.

Elizabeth K. Joseph profile picThis is what system administration in the open looks like

by Jason Baker

Interview with Elizabeth K. Joseph, sysadmin of the HP OpenStack team. See Elizabeth's conference page.

Leslie Hawthorn Elasticsearch headshotOpen source as second nature to this project leader

by Robin Muilwijk

Interview with Leslie Hawthorn, Director of Developer Relations at Elasticsearch Inc. See Leslie's conference page.

DeLisa Alexander headshot in red jacket at Red HatDiversity is a crucial component of meritocracy

by Jodi Biddle

Interview with DeLisa Alexander, Vice President of People at Red Hat. See DeLisa's conference page.

Michael DeHaan headshot, CTO AnsibleBehind the scenes with CTO Michael DeHaan of Ansible

by Jen Kreiger

Interview with Michael DeHaan, cofounder and CTO of Ansible. See Michael's conference page.

Adrian Pomilio of TeradataAdvice for front-end developers from a UI Architect

by Nitish Tiwari

Interview with Adrian Pomilio of Teradata. See Adrian's conference page.

Mark Voelker headshot of CiscoWhat it takes to make a cloud deployment successful

by Jason Baker

Interview with Mark Voelker, a technical leader at Cisco and a co-founder of the Triangle OpenStack Meetup. See Mark's conference page.

Natalie Kozlowski of CodeGuardFront and back-end developers should make friends

by Robin Muilwijk

Interview with Natalie Kozlowski, a front-end web developer at CodeGuard. See Natalie's conference page.

Bob Young CEO Lulu headshotLulu CEO on the invention of the self-publishing business

by Matt Jadud

Interview with Bob Young, founder and CEO of Lulu.com. See Bob's conference page.

Ben Balter headshot, government at GitHubGovernment Evangelist at GitHub on US open technologies

by Melanie Chernoff

Interview with Ben Balter, a Government Evangelist at GitHub. See Ben's conference page.

Mark Hinkle headshot of CitrixA cultural shift towards dynamic cloud environments

by Chris Haddad

Interview with Mark Hinkle of Citrix. See Mark's conference page.

Dwight Merriman of MongoDB headshotOpen source moves from accepted to expected

by Robin Muilwijk

Interview with Dwight Merriman, execitive chairman and cofounder of MongoDB. See Dwight's conference page.

Sean Martell Mozilla Art Director headshotOn a quest for a new logo and open design at Mozilla

by Scott Nesbitt

Interview with Sean Martell, Art Director at Mozilla. See Sean's conference page.

Doug Cutting of Cloudera headshotChief Architect of Cloudera on growth of Hadoop

by Robin Muilwijk

Interview with Doug Cutting, cofounder of Cloudera. See Doug's conference page.