GatsbyJS was born in May 2015 as a simple way to build a website with React. Over the last three years, tens of thousands of developers have used Gatsby to build websites from blogs and portfolio pages to company homepages and e-commerce applications.
In early 2018, GatsbyJS core contributors, including creator & lead maintainer Kyle Mathews, formed Gatsby Inc to help website development teams build CMS-powered websites with modern tooling.
Likes tech, reading/writing, founding things. Blogs at bricolage.io.
Loves all things techy. Fan of Netflix documentaries. Instagrammer (@lindawatkins) and flutist.
Loves learning how our customers benefit from our service. Wine Snob. Dog Owner. Music lover.
Developer, mostly systems, infra/ops, backend. I also travel and ride motorcycles. Expat currently based in Thailand.
Product manager solving problems with research and process. Aspiring gardener and baker of delicious treats.
Developer. Writer. Inclusive design evangelist. Breakfast taco snob. Cares a lot. Texas forever.
Software Engineer. Love creating tools that enable engineers to be productive. Love to make moves.
Did GraphQL before it was released and cool, thus now a respected GraphQL sommelier. Has two cats. Conf org (React Finland, GraphQL Finland). Paints small plastic miniatures with a freakishly small brush.
Web developer and accessibility advocate. Public speaker. Cyclist. Mountain explorer. 4x4 enthusiast. Pie lady.
Developer. Formerly designer and art director. UX design enthusiast.
Software engineer and occasional speaker. I love my two adorable dogs, traveling and all things Harry Potter.
Fan of learning cool things, building cool things, and listening to cool music.
Longtime suffering Detroit Pistons fan. All about the balance between fitness and craft beer.
I build things for the web! ✧ Also interested in music, photography and language learning
Voracious learner. Collector of hobbies. Casual Jim Henson expert. Very opinionated about opera.
Lover of copy and code. Patron of the performing arts. New Yorker in North Carolina.