James Smith

James Smith

A British angel investor and entrepreneur known for being the founder of Bugsnag.

James Smith is a British angel investor and entrepreneur known for being the founder of Bugsnag. Smith is also known for being the first employee and CTO of the startup company Heyzap that was acquired by RNTS Media for $45 million in January 2016.

Education
University of Bath

In 2002 James Smith began studying at the University of Bath. Smith participated in an entrepreneurial organization called BANTER, and worked with the University of Bath student radio as a web admin during his undergraduate studies. He graduated in 2007 from the University of Bath with a Bsc with honours in mathematics and computing.

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Bugsnag

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San Francisco

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Caterina Dassie
November 20, 2020
markets.businessinsider.com
UK retail sales rose for a sixth month in October, smashing expectations, as some consumers stocked up ahead of lockdowns and Christmas.
The Hans India
November 1, 2019
news.google.com
Switching to 'greener inhalers' can lead large cut down on carbon emissions, and may also reduce...
Adam Vaughan
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The ice shelves in eastern Antarctic peninsula seem to have been thinning since around 1700, leaving ice shelves such as Larsen B vulnerable to their recent break-up as human-caused climate change took hold
Nicole Einbinder
October 14, 2019
Business Insider
Atatiana Jefferson, 28, was fatally shot by Fort Worth police while playing video games with her nephew in her home this weekend.
Phoebe Southworth
September 22, 2019
The Telegraph
A Royal Navy lieutenant who collected thousands of child abuse images for almost a decade has been spared jail, after the court heard he was an "honourable and disciplined man".
Ben Wolfgang The Washington Times
June 9, 2019
The Washington Times
TAMPA, Fla. The U.S. military set out to build an Iron Man-inspired suit for special operations forces on the front lines of combat.
December 13, 2018
WebWire
This winter, Mary Poppins Returns will hit the big screen in US cinemas, adding a second chapter to the legendary Disney classic of 1964 and bringing a new all-star cast back to the house where the magic began on Cherry Tree Lane, London. The UK capital has provided the inspiration to both the original and new Mary Poppins movies, as author P.L. Travers was influenced by her own life in London when writing the novel. While the original movie was filmed on a Hollywood set, many of the m...

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