Jason Bosco is a renowned technology leader and entrepreneur who specializes in building, nurturing, and scaling product, engineering, and design teams. He has a wealth of experience in architecting and building scalable and highly available web-based systems. Currently, he is the co-founder at Typesense, an open source typo-tolerant search engine that was featured as Product #5 of the Day on ProductHunt. Additionally, he is a co-founder at Wreally, a thriving bootstrapped SaaS company that has produced a stream of innovative products such as Codassium and Transcribe.
Bosco spent part of his career as the VP of Technology at Verishop, an e-commerce venture, where he was in charge of driving the technological vision forward. Previously, he was the VP of Engineering at Dollar Shave Club, an acquisition by Unilever, where he led the team responsible for building, scaling, and evolving DSC's proprietary high-volume subscription e-commerce and content platforms. He played a pivotal role in the growth of Dollar Shave Club, being the second engineer and 10th employee, building version 1 of several core backend systems, then built teams around each of them.
Furthermore, Bosco is an accomplished software engineer, generalist, and polyglot who has studied B.E., Computer Science and Engineering at SSN College Of Engineering, M.S., Computer Science at the University of Southern California, and has previously worked as a network and system administrator, web developer, and backend web developer at the University of Southern California, lead software engineer and founding member of the engineering team at BlockBeacon acquired by Dun & Bradstreet.
Notably, Bosco is an industry advisory board member of the information technology program at the University of Southern California. His achievements in technology have been well-received, leading to features on reputable media outlets like TechCrunch and Wired.