We believe developers shouldn’t spend time in the weeds of process, infrastructure, and communication. Our products remove that pain, allowing you to design, code, and ship brilliant software.
We exist for our team. Our products and customers allow us to do the best work of our lives, together.
We’re truly a family. We work together, we have fun together and we go on amazing company retreats every year. We believe that doing what you love is just a part of the equation. It’s about doing what you love with people you respect and enjoy being around.
Co-founder and CTO
Love to travel with the wife and kids. Wannabe race car driver. Not so healthy obsession with Building Science.
Co-founder & CEO
Love my kids, travel adventures and parties.
Avid reader. Art lover. Short distance hiker. Sunny day outdoorsman. Wannabe photographer.
Novi Sad, Serbia
QA Boss, Hi-Fi Freak, Biker
Father. Software developer. Private pilot. Born in Siberia.
Novi Sad, Serbia
Cross-Platform Developer, Researcher/Teacher, Biker
Impure Function, Simulacra Generator, ...IN SPACE
Customer Support and Advocate
Sport Fishing Enthusiast, Fitness Fanatic, Lover of Fine Wine
Designer & Front-end Developer
Designer, developer, former Marine, likes tacos and badminton.
Prince George, Canada
Writer, designer, teacher, and type enthusiast. Loves to enable teams to do their best work.
Dominator of board games, avid reader, and public library advocate.
Crested Butte, CO
Husband. Father. Tinkerer. Mountain biker. Snowboarder. Used-to-be basketball gym rat.
Bookworm. Helper. Coffee Enthusiast. Lover of Culture. Optimist.
Software engineer, triathlete, aspiring homebrewer, and coffee geek.
Product person, author, and speaker. Lover of family, design, and coffee.
Iowa City, IA
Customer Centric. Purveyor of fine coffee. Part time cyclist.
Rolling Stones enthusiast. Fantasy novel connoisseur. Dev whisperer.
I put the fun in funeral. I'm all about Jesus, family, and carbonated water.
Ambivert with a passion for: family, design, building, outdoors, exercise, and dogs
Market Harborough, England
Designer, developer, author, and occasional guitarist.
Grappler, father, aspiring biohacker.
Monica Geller is my spirit animal.
Watcher of baseball, lover of pizza and beer, the first of his name.
Head of Deliverability
I'm a professional picnicker, mediocre bourbon drinker, novice watercolor painter, and a fan of the Oxford comma.
Finance and Operations
We’ve been doing the “remote thing” since 2000. Half of the team works out of Philadelphia, with the rest spread out around the world. Our culture, communication, and process are specifically tailored around a remote team.
Wildbit is product agnostic. We exist to support our team.
As individuals, we are self motivated and constantly improving our craft.
As a team, we support each other to do the work of our lives.
We expect great things from ourselves. You should expect the same from everyone else.
We are driven by one metric: our customer’s success.
Be respectful, natural and transparent in communication.
Most things are not urgent. Be patient, stay calm, go home.
The best work happens in peace and quiet (or when you are not around a computer).
Be practical. The best decisions consider time, resources and mutual acceptance.
Don’t be an asshole.
This is the place we call home, right in the middle of Old City, in Philadelphia. We think that open offices are only good for babysitting and distraction, which is why each person has their own private, quiet office to work. Our remote team culture has driven the way we designed our physical space, helping encourage asyncronous communication no matter where you are located.
Location: 225 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, PA, 19106.
2000 was the year of the dotcom collapse, resulting in huge losses for legions of investors.
Chris started Wildbit as a web design shop serving clients mostly in Philadelphia.
After putting word out on a newsgroup (remember those?) Chris partnered with a developer in Romania, starting our foray into remote teams.
Facebook launched in 2004, though at the time it was only open to college students and was called "The Facebook".
Launch of first product Newsberry — an email marketing service.
YouTube is founded and comes online February 15, 2005.
Apple introduces the iPhone to the public at the January 9, 2007 Macworld Conference & Expo.
The first phone with Google Android 1.0 was released on September 23, 2008.
Client launch of MeetPips, a Forex trading community site.
Apple introduces the iPad on January 27, 2010.
Product launch of Postmark.
The first Chromebooks with Chrome OS begin shipping on June 15, 2011.
First official office in Philadelphia as well as first employee under the same roof.
Google announces Google Glass on April 5, 2012.
Elon Musk announces "hyperloop"—a giant, pneumatic tube transport system.
Coolest Cooler starts Kickstarter campaign, making it the most funded project ever.
Added the most new team members in a single year (6!).
Microsoft launches Windows 10 in July.
Company retreat in sunny Florida and Disney World.
To be continued…