About David Eleuterius
Back home on the Mississippi Gulf Coast.

Hey, You’re Actually Reading This.

Hello there. Since you’re reading this, you’re wanting to know a little bit more about me as a person — that’s awesome. I really appreciate the curiosity. So now I’ve got to come up with something worth reading!

She Blinded Me With Science.

I’ve always been a fan of computers and technology from an early age. I started web design when I was in college while getting my journalism degree, and what started as a hobby, and a passion, became my profession. I always consider myself extremely fortunate, because I truly do love what I do for a living. Not many people can say that, and I remind myself of that daily.

Some of my favorite things.

Outside of the web development world, I taught myself to play guitar starting at age 15, and still play to this day. Much like web development, it is a pursuit where you never stop learning, and always seek improvement. It is a great stress reliever and a joy when I have the time to play. I also enjoy grilling, and spending time at the beach. I am a huge fan of science fiction and read countless books as a kid, though most of my reading these days consists of industry journals and blogs. I am an ardent and lifelong fan of the New Orleans Saints and the LSU Tigers (my alma mater). I enjoy watching most sports and I enjoy playing tennis when I can.

Do I even lift?

I’ve recently taken up a workout routine to improve my health. So far I have lost fifty pounds, and understanding this is a permanent change, not something I am just doing for now, has given me purpose and dedication towards meeting my long term goals. To say that I feel better would be the understatement of the year. I know where I want to be, and I will get there by staying the course.

Hard hat & lunch pail. Remotely.

I am working remotely full time for Columbia Southern University as a web designer / developer, managing and developing on two large Kentico installations, and a dozen various WordPress university properties. I am free to freelance, so I am always looking for projects where I can put my skills to good use, and work with great people. If you think we might be a good match for something you have in mind, please contact me and let’s start that conversation.