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The creators are what make this possible

We built our service to help people create, so having stories to share is amazing. The pure talent of a lot of creators on NodeHost is impressive.

Tim Stiffler-Dean

I got my first taste of web development while working with the open source Joomla community in 2006. Since then, web dev has helped me fulfill my desire to become an encouragement for all kinds of people, and it’s only getting better from here.

My passion today is using the skills I've learned over the years to create places online for communities to grow, young people to be encouraged, and for the rest of us to have a place to relax, get creative, and show a bit of kindness to others.

In fact, I gave a TEDx Talk once about those very things:

Coffee: Every Life Changing Cup | Tim Stiffler-Dean | TEDxMiamiUniversity

Dalton Edwards

My name is Dalton and you might know me as the creator of 1mbsite. A website hosting platform for websites under 1 megabyte in size. I’m an indie maker who always makes unconventional services.

Such as: a now offline social network where you could only have 1 status update or a messaging application where you can’t double text. I enjoy making things that are unique and fun!

Jacob Way

Jacob created KrakenPrint because he recognized that the custom printing industry was lacking several crucial components, and he knew he could create a better model.

Custom printing should be about more than just getting a job done fast and cheap; there should be passion and artistry and dedicated customer service at every step of the ordering and printing processes, and Jacob is committed to this standard.

With many years of business experience, a start-up mentality, and an entrepreneurial spirit, Jacob tackles everything from customer service to marketing and vendor relationships. He loves to talk about art and comics and gaming, so don’t be surprised if the very first order for your custom printed project is from him.

Links and Projects


Sara Hubrich

Sara is an Owner and Operating Manager of Jetpack7, a division of Conceptopolis; an award winning art studio which provides illustration services to numerous well known companies such as Hasbro, Wizards of the Coast, Square Enix, Mattel, Sony, DC, Marvel and many more.

Jetpack 7’s first role-playing game product (RPG) was Gods and Goddesses, which was quickly followed by Masters and Minions. Jetpack 7 will leverage it’s experience in the industry by creating exciting entertainment products for years to come.

Jetpack 7… adventure starts here!

Links and Projects

Conceptopolis Jetpack7 Twitter

John Ciccolini

I'm a self-taught web designer / developer. 15 years ago I needed a website but couldn't afford one, so I went online and read everything I could on html and css and created my own. I enjoyed it so much I made it my profession.

I'm also and actor and singer and I love creating websites for performers. I get many referrals from casting directors and agents looking to get websites done for their actors. I've also created websites for almost every kind of business - from tech companies to non-profits to dog walkers.

I use Wordpress almost exclusively now and have fallen in love with Beaver Builder. It cuts my development time by 2/3.

Eric Anderson

I am Eric Anderson. I live in the Nashville, TN area with my wife and son. I started my career using VB.NET and later expanded to include C#.

I have developed applications that range from agribusiness to intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance for use by the military. I spent the first nine years of my career as what Scott Hanselman refers to as a dark matter developer.

I hope you will join me as I blog about my experiences in expanding past my dark matter origins by learning new languages, technologies and becoming part of the rich development community that Nashville has to offer.

Links and Projects

Twitter Personal Site & Blog

Faydra Deon

I’m fortunate to be able to combine two things I love; computers and teaching. I’ve been doing it since 2006, and I enjoy it tremendously.

I’m fortunate in that I can make a living sitting at home in my pajamas doing web work and/or writing, and I also teach web design/development classes.

I published my first novel, The Pride, in 2011 and a couple of long-shorts and a few compilations followed thereafter. Aside from my axioms project, I have several other writing projects in the works.

Faydra is one of the teachers using our services for dozens of students for free.

Links and Projects

Twitter Personal Site