One day in 2002, Eli Antebi was released from the IDF. The very next day, he was a web developer. And he’s been battling bad web design ever since. Battling…and winning.
Over the past couple of decades, he has amassed tons of experience in both front- and back-end development, but his true love is the front-end stuff – the things you see. As he puts it so eloquently, “I dream of pixels, not bytes.” (We think his CV should follow soldier and developer with poet.)
As far as back-end development goes, until about five years ago, he developed in an ASP.NET/MS-SQL environment, but since then he has worked almost exclusively in WordPress.
Eli hosts and maintains hundreds of websites, and his significant IT skills enable him to see the entire picture when dealing with bigger projects. Self-effacing and quiet, he prefers to let his work speak for him. And it does. Beautifully.