Meet the Team: Josh Darby, Senior Developer

Josh joined the INN Labs team in April 2019. He previously held senior developer positions at The Penny Hoarder and at web development agencies. Josh has worked on high-traffic projects for nonprofits, universities, and companies such as Disney, FOX, and Cisco.

He's already helped launch client projects, has contributed to Largo and INN plugins, and is now rolling out new automations and process improvements for our development work. Outside of work, Josh is passionate about boating, just like Miranda!

More from Josh, in his own words:

Where are you from?

St. Petersburg, Florida

How long have you been at INN?

I'm brand new!

What's your title and what's your role?

Senior Developer. I will be helping develop solutions for our own in-house INN Labs products and also providing services to our partners.

What's your favorite part of what you do?

Solving problems and helping clients find solutions to their problems.

Where do you like to get your news?

NPR, WaPo, Tampa Bay Times

Who or what inspires you? Why?

People who dedicate their lives trying to improve the lives of others.

What are your hobbies outside of work?

Cooking, boating, fishing, and tinkering with anything my wife won't get mad about me breaking.

What's your favorite part of working remotely?

Getting to hang out with my dogs all day.

Most interesting place you've worked remotely?

I once worked while on a monorail at Disney World.

Favorite kind of pie?

Key lime.

What cartoon character would you be?

Spongebob. I'm always happy and love to work.

If you could have a superpower, what would it be?

Could not having to sleep be a super power? I could get so much accomplished!

Are you a dog or cat person?

I have both, so I can't choose a favorite!

Favorite book and album?

Album: One Particular Harbor - Jimmy Buffett
Book: The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton

Favorite place you've traveled to? Why?

Either Reykjavik or Oslo. I'm fascinated by Nordic countries and Viking history.

Most recently used gif:

What accomplishment are you most proud of?

I once helped a nonprofit foundation build out a donation box on their website, which in turn accepted almost $10,000 in donations within a week for a local charity.