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Proud makers of great products

Most companies start with a product idea then build a team around it. We do it the other way around: we start from a team with strong skills, strengths, beliefs, and values, then come up with great product ideas that we build together.

Est. 2020

Protect your email deliverability. Fix authentication issues that prevent your email from reaching the inbox and see who’s sending using your domains.

DMARC Digests

Makers of DMARC Digests:

  • Product

    Anna Ward 2018
  • Rian Van Der Merwe 2016
  • Engineering

    Patrick Graham 2016
  • Alex Philipp 2016
  • Ilya Sabanin 2008
  • Artem Chistyakov 2011–2019
  • Design

    Matt West 2016
  • Derek Rushforth 2014
  • QA

    Jeremy Polley 2016
  • Customer Success

    Natalie Keshlear 2020
  • Jordan Dibb 2019
  • Shelley JeΕΌewska 2018
  • Brian Kerr 2016
  • Dana Chaby 2011
  • Marketing

    Bettina Specht 2021
  • Justine Jordan 2020
  • Ops

    Leia Rollag 2020
  • Thi Tran 2018
  • Julie Parkes 2017–2021

Est. 2020

We believe that most job boards have it wrong: instead of searching for a role, you should seek out a company. People-First Jobs is a new kind of job board, focused on helping job seekers find companies who put people first.

People-First Jobs

Memorable moments:

Makers of People-First Jobs:

  • Engineering

    Patrick Graham 2016
  • Design

    Derek Rushforth 2014
  • Eugene Fedorenko 2004
  • Customer Success

    Chris Bowler 2015
  • Marketing

    Justine Jordan 2020
  • Ops

    Leia Rollag 2020
  • Thi Tran 2018

Est. 2009

Trusted by thousands of developers, Postmark is a fast and reliable application email service. Send with Postmark to ensure your emails get to the inbox on time, every time.

Postmark

Makers of Postmark:

  • Product

    Anna Ward 2018
  • Rian Van Der Merwe 2016
  • Engineering

    Erik Enge 2021
  • Jimmy Choca 2021
  • Jens Balvig 2021
  • Ryan Criddle 2020
  • Tomek Maszkowski 2018
  • Patrick Graham 2016
  • Alex Philipp 2016
  • Ilya Sabanin 2008
  • Gary Heslop 2019–2021
  • Nick Hammond 2019–2021
  • Vlad-Cosmin Sandu 2019–2021
  • Amy Chantasirivisal 2019–2021
  • Charlie Sears 2018–2020
  • Mike Elkins 2017–2018
  • Jake Huggart 2016–2018
  • Benjamin Krein 2015–2016
  • Andrew Theken 2015–2021
  • Mike Smalley 2015–2016
  • Nick Canzoneri 2013–2018
  • JP Toto 2012–2015
  • Artem Chistyakov 2011–2019
  • Milan Gornik 2010–2018
  • Hristo Deshev 2009–2010
  • Design

    Matt West 2016
  • Derek Rushforth 2014
  • Eugene Fedorenko 2004
  • Andrey Okonetchnikov 2015–2016
  • Gilbert Guttmann 2008–2011
  • QA

    Jeremy Polley 2016
  • Igor Balos 2008
  • Customer Success

    Anita Pericic 2021
  • Abdullah Al-hennawy 2021
  • Natalie Keshlear 2020
  • Fionnuala Walls 2020
  • Jordan Dibb 2019
  • Shelley JeΕΌewska 2018
  • Brian Kerr 2016
  • Chris Bowler 2015
  • Dana Chaby 2011
  • Marek Loder 2016–2020
  • Jon Lumb 2015–2016
  • Ashley Harpp 2015–2019
  • Marketing

    Rob Kaczanowski 2021
  • Fio Dossetto 2021
  • Bettina Specht 2021
  • Justine Jordan 2020
  • Manya Susoev 2018–2019
  • Garrett Dimon 2015–2019
  • Shane Rice 2014–2017
  • Ops

    Madeleine Grubb 2021
  • Alyssa Fong 2021
  • Leia Rollag 2020
  • Thi Tran 2018
  • Julie Parkes 2017–2021
  • Britt McLaughlin 2012–2017

Est. 2007

Beanstalk is a complete Git and SVN version control hosting workflow for teams or individuals to write, review, and deploy their code.

Beanstalk

Memorable moments:

Makers of Beanstalk:

  • Engineering

    Alex Philipp 2016
  • Ilya Sabanin 2008
  • Mike Smalley 2015–2016
  • Benjamin Krein 2015–2016
  • Artem Chistyakov 2011–2019
  • Dmitry Sabanin 2008–2021
  • Petyo Ivanov 2008–2010
  • Design

    Eugene Fedorenko 2004
  • Andrey Okonetchnikov 2015–2016
  • Gilbert Guttmann 2008–2011
  • QA

    Jeremy Polley 2016
  • Igor Balos 2008
  • Customer Success

    Brian Kerr 2016
  • Chris Bowler 2015
  • Dana Chaby 2011
  • Ashley Harpp 2015–2019
  • Matt Freeman 2014–2015
  • Marketing

    Alex Hillman 2011–2012
  • Ops

    Thi Tran 2018
  • Britt McLaughlin 2012–2017

Gone, but not forgotten

Some of the products we built in the past are no longer with us. Newsberry β€” our first product β€” sprouted into Postmark. DeployBot was sold so we could focus on Conveyor, which itself was sunsetted after it didn’t resonate the way we had hoped. That’s just part of life, as being product agnostic is one of our core principles: Wildbit exists to serve people, not products.

2017−2020

Version control meets task management. The first service to place task management on top of your local Git workflow, blending project management, code, and communication into one experience.

Conveyor

Makers of Conveyor:

  • Engineering

    Ilya Sabanin 2008
  • Andrew Theken 2015–2021
  • Slava Karpenko 2015–2018
  • Dmitry Sabanin 2008–2021
  • Design

    Derek Rushforth 2014
  • Eugene Fedorenko 2004
  • QA

    Jeremy Polley 2016
  • Customer Success

    Brian Kerr 2016
  • Chris Bowler 2015
  • Marketing

    Garrett Dimon 2015–2019
  • Ops

    Julie Parkes 2017–2021

Launched in 2013, sold in 2017

Push. Build. Deploy! Instantly build and ship code anywhere in one consistent process for your entire team. DeployBot’s code deployment tools work with your existing Git repository to deploy new code fast, and with zero downtime.

DeployBot

Memorable moments:

Makers of DeployBot:

  • Engineering

    Artem Chistyakov 2011–2019
  • Dmitry Sabanin 2008–2021
  • Design

    Eugene Fedorenko 2004
  • QA

    Igor Balos 2008
  • Customer Success

    Brian Kerr 2016
  • Chris Bowler 2015
  • Marketing

    Garrett Dimon 2015–2019
  • Shane Rice 2014–2017
  • Ops

    Britt McLaughlin 2012–2017

2004−2012

Powerful email marketing tools that are easy to use. Manage subscribers, create campaigns, track results.

Newsberry

Memorable moments:

Makers of Newsberry:

  • Engineering

    Andrey Tagaew 2006–2009
  • Ivan Polyakov 2003–2010
  • Design

    Eugene Fedorenko 2004
  • Gilbert Guttmann 2008–2011
  • QA

    Igor Balos 2008

The (very) early days

Before focusing solely on our products in 2010, Wildbit worked as a web design shop, serving clients mostly in Philadelphia. After publishing a report on design for social networks based on our work on Philly2night.com, we started specializing in building communities.

Miss Literati Miss Literati, 2011
ThinkPop ThinkPop, 2008
Philly2Night Philly2Night, 2007
TicketLeap TicketLeap, 2009
MeetPips MeetPips, 2008
Nuzizo Nuzizo, 2006
Wildbit Wildbit, 2005
Lose It or Lose It Lose It or Lose It, 2009
Software Test & Performance Software Test & Performance, 2009
Podcast People Podcast People, 2007