Founder, CTW (Chief Time Waster)
The president of Parallelus, Inc., Andy is an idea generator, designer and thinks he’s even a programmer. Andy spends his days finding ways to make things take longer by applying intense focus on the most minute details. He loves his job, a little bit too much, and watches Doctor Who on Netflix when he tells people he’s working.
John is one of those dudes who dreams in www’s. He’s a Memphis guy who traveled the world, John founded Ah So, a Nashville WordPress development company, after living in Austria and then growing the account set of two of the fastest INC 500 Companies at Dell.
A strategic thinker who gives it to you straight – John has three great loves: Garth Brooks, the web and his dog, Dunn. He has a master’s in Instructional Technology from University of Tennessee, Knoxville, helps run the Nashville WordPress Meetup and Nashville WordCamp, sits on the SEYA board of directors, mentors at the Entrepreneur Center, is a former web professor at The Art Institute of Tennessee and is on the Young Life Nashville committee.
Alex dedicates his time to sorting through line after line of code, making sure every possible variation of functionality is accounted for and implementing with precision. He then spends the next day undoing it all because Andy had a new idea and wants to change everything.
Known for showing off by coding on two keyboards at once, you obviously already guessed he has over 13 years experience working on high-traffic sites for large organizations. Hobbies include traveling, diving and target shooting.
This guy isn’t just smart, he’s too smart. He answers his own questions, challenges the answer and poses a follow up, to himself. He’s one of those guys that does stuff like theoretical physics, just for fun.
With a hand in just about everything that happens on Runway, Sergey knows his stuff. He also does all of Alex’s homework for him, also for fun.
Runway puts powerful tools in the hands of people that build websites, create WordPress themes and develop WordPress based products. Before we start a project the first question we ask is, “Will this make someone’s job easier?”, because that’s our number one goal.