We built Honeybadger because we wanted a better way to track errors in our own projects. Here's a little info about the team we've assembled:
Starr is the driving force behind Honeybadger's UI. He works around the clock to find better ways for you to slice through mountains of debug data and get to the heart of your issues in record time.
One of his biggest disappointments was that Steve Wozniak didn't win Dancing With The Stars.
One of his greatest triumphs was in declaring that Honeybadger will not, in any way, support IE lte 10.
Josh is Honeybadger's resident bug hunter and technical debt collector. Once enthusiastically referred to as a "human exception tracker", he spends his days crafting the middleware, plugins, and gems which keep the 'badger fat and happy through a steady diet of fresh data.
Priror to Honeybadger Josh started a Ruby on Rails consulting business, Hint Media. For 10 years he worked with technology startups and companies of all sizes to build, improve, and fix their web applications. His younger brother followed in his footsteps and is now a partner in that business, overseeing the day-to-day so that Josh can build the 'badger full time.
Josh lives in the forest with his lovely wife, a red jeep, an eclectic collection of neglected pastimes, and his German Shepherd, Klaus.
Ben has been developing web apps and building startups since '99, and fell in love with Ruby and Rails in 2005. Before co-founding Honeybadger, he launched a couple of his own startups: Catch the Best, to help companies manage the hiring process, and RailsKits, to help Rails developers get a jump start on their projects.
Ben's role at Honeybadger ranges from bare-metal to front-end... he keeps the server lights blinking happily, builds a lot of the back-end Rails code, and dips his toes into the front-end code from time to time.
When he's not working, Ben likes to hang out with his wife and kids, ride his road bike, and of course hack on open source projects. :)