A team of computer nerds that actually love this stuff.

Most people don't get why anyone would want to work on computers all day. But when you're like us, there's not a higher calling.

Years of Combined Experience
Business projects
Computers Repaired
Happy clients
Our mission

Our goal is to deliver high-quality work at an affordable price.

Since our inception, Yellowstone Computing has kept the customer experience at the forefront of our quality work.

We have partnered with industry-leading companies so we can offer you amazing, full-stack computer purchasing and repair solutions:

Emsisoft Anti-Malware Resellers
Gillware Business Partners
StorageCraft Partners
Lenovo Business Partners
Microsoft Partners

Our story

The origin story of Yellowstone Computing

Joe Smoczyk began exploring computers when he was a teenager. His 6+ years of hands-on experience working for Scott's Computing in Thorp laid a good foundation of technical understanding and expertise that he has continued to build upon since that time. In 2010, Joe married Tiffany and together they have worked on computers for individuals and local businesses.

When Joe first began his computer business, he operated under the name "DeepCore5 Consulting." In 2014, when Joe and his wife Tiffany decided to expand this business to a full-time venture, they needed to come up with a name that would convey to their customers that they did computer work.

The Yellowstone Trail was one of the first coast-to-coast highways that was built. Part of the highway ran through the Thorp area and is still marked with yellow stones. With this being a local and historical feature, they thought the name "Yellowstone Computing" would be very appropriate.

Our values

The values that drive our work


We avoid hidden costs, industry jargon, and "selling you." We just shoot you straight like we would want.


We are committed to serving your best interests and will go above-and-beyond when you need our help.


We are a family and business of believers. We will be delighted to discuss our faith, but only if you want.


We believe professionalism is made of expert knowledge, communication skills, work ethic and moral principles.


We believe being approachable is key to building relationships in which trust, confidence and ideas can flow.

Your Computer Guys

The amazing team
behind Yellowstone Computing

Joseph Smoczyk

Owner | Senior Technician

Joe started out his career in the computer business, helping people with minor repairs and software help. Joe worked at Scott’s Computing for six years before marrying his wife Tiffany in 2010. The two of them then began working for their own company, DeepCore5 Consulting. In 2014, Joe and Tiffany went full-time with Yellowstone Computing and have since become an indispensable part of the Clark and Taylor Counties community. Due to the increasing demand for their services, Joe has expanded Yellowstone Computing by hiring new techs - each with different stages of learning and expertise. With this new expansion, Joe is committed to providing the best possible service to the people of Clark and Taylor Counties.

Sidd Gupta

Senior Technician

Sidd comes from Mumbai, India where he learned computer science and started working in data analytics. He is currently responsible for marketing, computer repairs, and tune-ups with Yellowstone. Sidd is a quick turnaround specialist who firmly believes that "time is money." In his spare time, he enjoys coding but looks forward to expanding into computer networking.

Jake Ciolkosz

Bench Technician

Jacob is a Thorp native with parents who are a fixture in the Thorp business community. Jake got interested in computers at an early age, and his curiosity about how they work led him to study the history of computing and information processing. He is working as a bench technician, where he handles the maintenance and repair of walk-in customers. He's pleased with the growth of the business and looks forward to continuing his career at Yellowstone Computing.

Keegen Hendrickson

Bench Technician

Keegen is a local from Stanley. His love for technology started when he was 14. He always loved to take computers apart to see what they looked like on the inside. Eventually, he was able to fix his own tech by himself. He likes to create websites in his past-time, and is going to college for IT. He is looking forward to his career at Yellowstone Computing.

Wyatt Kotecki


Wyatt has been curious about computers from a young age. He enjoys fixing computers and recently built his own. Wyatt lives in Thorp with his parents who are local business owners. He loves to help with repairs and learn new things along the way!