We are all very lucky. We build stuff for developers. We have big dreams. We work hard & fast, but don't cut corners. We take pride in being early adopters—In Wayne Gretzky's terms: “skating where the puck is going to be”.
Web developer for longer than he wants to admit. Loves hackathons because they don't let him code anymore.
Much friendlier than you think. Unless you get your kerning wrong. A rare designer who speaks developerish.
Battle-tested by running sites with millions of users. Devop from before devops was cool. Core expertise: fine tea.
Talks fast; codes faster. You don't want to get on the wrong side of argument with him.
The man in the machine, keeping things ticking in the background. The only member of the team with a “Tully for president” fan club.
Searching for beauty and elegance among DSLs and ASTs.
Responsible coffee at Apiary—both in your cup and in your code. As a weakly-typed barista, he prefers CoffeeScript to Java.
Apiary wouldn’t fly without Ondřej. He keeps track of our budget and makes sure we don't break the law—but most importantly, manages coffee beans procurement.
A chronic optimist in love with fixies, coffee and behavioral cucumbers.
Intensly private and intensly gifted. Makes sure you like Apiary even if you have no idea why.
Business consultant turned developer. Inexplicably likes CSS but redeems herself by liking Clojure.
Overseeing the ecosystem of tools around API Blueprint. Long-time Python enthusiast.
Janitor&Sanity keeper. Makes sure Apiary runs all the time. Automates and documents everything.
Charting Apiary's course into the enterprise with sextant and sightglass…
The buzz creating bee at Apiary. Loves to meet people and is a passionate dancer.
Mark W. Foster
API guy and Hypermedia aficionado.
Focusses on the mobile experience of API Blueprint and improves build client side applications with API Blueprint.
Enjoys writing, coding, and solving problems. Oddly enough, likes to write documentation.
Pavan Kumar Sunkara
Interested in improving how people develop APIs and ambitious enough to do something about it.