I am an alumnus of California State University, Northridge, and got my B.S. in Computer Engineering. So one day I needed a testing domain and a hosting account to test my projects and learn new languages, like PHP, Perl, Python, etc., so I got my free domain with a company called SiteGround and started out. My testing domain jumped in one year to have a position of 2 in Google. I was interested in working for Internet Brands so I installed their vBulletin forum on my domain, and I learned a lot about it until I became an expert. Ironically the testing forum got larger than usual and reached 13,000 members with about 2,000 unique visitors a day, so I had to upgrade the server many times until I learned everything about the hosting business. Also the testing forum was attacked by hackers many times, so I had to learn everything and gained valuable experience with internet and application security. Finally, in 2016, I decided to convert my testing domain to a real hosting company that utilizes my study and experience to offer useful products.