Joshua Wood Tech Entrepreneur & Software Developer

I'm Josh Wood, a tech entrepreneur and software developer. I cofounded and If you're the curious type, you can read about what I do.



  • Honeybadger

    Honeybadger is the badass monitoring platform for web applications. Used by Microsoft, Ebay, Kickstarter, Salesforce, and thousands more.

  • Hint

    Hint is a software consultancy specializing in full-stack web and mobile app development. We help companies of all sizes build awesome products. Clients include Dell, Disney, CodePen, and NationBuilder.

  • UpgradeRails

    UpgradeRails is a service by Hint which helps CTOs and their teams keep their Rails apps up to date. Our process and experience allows us to complete upgrades faster and with fewer errors.

  • Exceptional Creatures

    Exceptional Creatures is a documentation/art collaboration with my wife, and a marketing project for Honeybadger. We're cataloging Ruby exceptions and turning them into mischievious creatures who are up to no good. Collect them all!


Josh took our project specs and proposed a better solution, one that improved performance without exceeding our budget. He was communicative throughout the job and followed up closely to ensure we were satisfied with the results. I would definitely hire him again.
— Steve Suo
I've hired and worked with dozens of web programmers, and Josh is by far the most reliable and conscientious. He takes a refreshing personal pride in finding the most elegant and efficient solution. On-time, courteous, and professional, Josh is at the top of my list of recommendations.
— Justin Luciani
Joshua you are a magnificent and munificent individual. May all the gods smile upon you as if [you] were their own. TTFN.
— My favorite Honeybadger customer

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I’ve been hanging out on Mastodon since last November, when I was introduced to it for the first time. Mastodon is kind of like Twitter, but without the politicians, the outrage (🤞), or the algorithms. It’s also open source and decentralized, meaning that one person or company doesn’t control it. Instead, Mastodon is made up of many different servers (called “instances”) which are managed by different people; this is sometimes called the “Fediverse”. Read More »

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