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SlickStack Experts

A selective list of DevOps consultants and freelancers who have experience with SlickStack and various LittleBizzy plugins. If you want to hire someone to setup a SlickStack server for you or require some “stack” customization or guidance, consider someone on this list:


  1. Open a new Issue on our GitHub repo* with a brief introduction of yourself, and we will review and add you here if approved. Priority will be given to developers who have submitted public bug reports and technical suggestions to SlickStack on our GitHub repo, and have other account history. If you change your mind at any point, simply add a comment to the Issue and we will remove you from this list of Experts.
  2. Optional: Sign up for a Developer Membership at if you feel like you’re not quite ready to be listed as an Expert but want to get some private help from our team via email tickets and our Members-Only Facebook group to get to know us better while receiving personal SlickStack tutoring (membership is good for one year, however your access to our Facebook group will remain active indefinitely).

*Yes, a GitHub account is required. You should be at least generally familiar with GitHub before applying here, and your GitHub profile needs to look professional (meaning that your profile displays your real name, headshot photo, and homepage URL, at minimum). We will embed your headshot photo on this page directly from your GitHub profile, and will not re-host your headshot image on our servers or otherwise — you are in control.

No agencies or companies should apply for now, individuals only please.


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