Wallaby.js gets its first full-time developer and is looking for investors
Creating and maintaining professional and production quality tools of such scale, working in a variety of environments, using half a dozen of programming languages - not only requires a dedicated and highly motivated team but also an adequate financing. So far, myself and my small team have been working on wallaby.js in our spare time. As of today, I have made a decision to suspend my employment contract and start working on wallaby.js full-time.
It’s a big step for me personally. I knew I would do it one day and was prepared to face it, but when the day comes - it is still very exciting and scary at the same time.
While I have a solid plan to make wallaby.js community focused and sustainable business by selling commercial licenses, I would also like to try to boost wallaby.js evolution and development by trying to attract some additional external financing/investments.
You may already be using wallaby.js in your team and finding it helpful. Maybe you just like the idea and would like to see it in more editors, supporting more technologies and languages, supporting cloud testing, and would like to see it quickly becoming a high quality and affordable instrument for you and your team. In either case, please pass the information to the people you think might be interested in helping wallaby.js to reach its shiny future faster.