Hello, my name is Andrew Ledwith. Welcome to my home on the Internet.
I live in Tallahassee, Florida about three miles away from Doak Campbell Stadium. I have three roommates, Zack, Peter, and Tyler, each of whom keep me humble and sane. I develop websites for the Marketing Institute, which is part of the FSU College of Business. I also minister to college students with the FSU Navigators campus ministry.
On this blog I write about my adventures and opinions. My podcast is a grab bag of randomness. If you’re new to my blog and want to discover some of my favorite work, start here.
Come say hello to me on Twitter. I’m @jaledwith.
Biography in Brief
I have lived in Tallahassee since 2002 when I moved here to attend Florida State University. I lived on campus all four years in four different dorms. Campus still feels like home.
Ever since my first week in Tallahassee I’ve been a part of The Navigators campus ministry at FSU. The Navs are committed to building relationships, sharing the love of Christ, knowing the Bible backward and forward, and mentoring students one-to-one. I’ve stayed active as a leader within the ministry since graduating. I am currently a part of their staff team in a volunteer capacity. If you’re interested you can read more about my current involvement.
I work as a web developer. I first started developing websites in my spare time when I was twelve years old back when my family connected to the Internet using AOL 3.0. I turned pro in 2010 when I became the developer for The Marketing Institute. If you’d like you can have a look at my portfolio.
I am a member of Wildwood Church. It’s a community I cherish.
I’ve been blogging since 2004. I proudly use the latest version of WordPress to power my website.
All posts and pages on this website constitute my own personal opinions. They are neither read nor approved by Florida State University, The Navigators, or anyone else before posting and do not necessarily represent the views and opinions of either entity. Furthermore, I take responsibility for any content created by a guest author, as I approve all such posts before they are published, though I do not necessarily share the views of that guest author.
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