Podcast / June 30, 2014

PHP Town Hall – Josh Lockhart and Jeremy Mikola

PHP Town Hall has a new podcast out featuring Josh Lockhart and Jeremy Mikola: This episode is a long one, but we are back to improved audio and the video is not just one dude eating pzza for an hour. Josh Lockhart of PHP The Right Way and Slim fame, and Jeremy Mikola who is … Continue reading PHP Town Hall – Josh Lockhart and Jeremy Mikol... Read more…

Laravel / June 30, 2014

A Different Way of Thinking About Nested Caching

Ryan Tablada has a new post about thinking of different ways of handling caching: This article is highly theoretical and just meant to start a conversation about a possible new way at looking at Caching.

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Laravel / June 28, 2014

Hexagonal Architecture

Chris Fidao just published an epic post going in depth on his talk at Laracon: I recently gave a talk on Hexagonal Architecture at Laracon NYC. The feedback was great, but seemed to have left people wanting for some extra explanation and of course examples. This is an attempt to expand on the ideas of … Continue reading Hexagonal Architecture

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Laravel Tutorials / June 27, 2014

Laravel Routing Best Practices

A few days ago Laracasts released a routing best practices video: Let’s take some time to review a number of best practices, when it comes to how you structure your app’s routing layer. This video has a bunch of great tips. It also helped clarify the disagreement I started on Twitter when I said that … Continue reading Laravel Routing Best Practice... Read more…

Laracon / June 27, 2014

Laracon 2014 Day 2 Videos

Laracon day 2 videos are now up. Day 2 had the following talks: Dayle Rees – Breaking The Mold Chris Fidao – Hexagonal Architecture Greg Baugues – Devs & Depression John Resig – Hacking CS Education @ Khan Academy Igor Wiedler – Abstract Machines

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The Artisan Files / June 27, 2014

The Artisan Files: Matthew Machuga

I had the honor of interviewing Matthew Machuga in this weeks Artisan Files. Machuga is a very early adopter of Laravel and a permanent fixture in IRC. Read on to get to know him. Can you tell us a little about yourself? How’d you get into web dev? Sure. I’m 27yrs old, father of a … Continue reading The Artisan Files: Matthew Machuga<... Read more…

Laravel / June 26, 2014

Cartalyst Announces – New pricing and team members

Today Cartalyst announced a pricing change and welcomed two new team members: Christopher Pitt Isern Palaus Two great guys to have on your team.

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Podcast / June 26, 2014

Laravel, Code Bright, and PHPandas with Dayle Rees

The Three Devs and Maybe podcast just released their latest episode with special guest Dayle Rees: This episode we are very lucky to be joined by Dayle Rees, to discuss all things PHP, Laravel and Colour Schemes. Starting off conversation with how he got into PHP, we move on to his initial introduction to the … Continue reading Laravel, Code... Read more…

Laravel / June 26, 2014

Announcing LaraJobs

Myself and the rest of the UserScape team are building a new jobs resource for Laravel named LaraJobs: The artisan employment connection! LaraJobs will be the best place to search for a new gig and for companies to find the Laravel talent they need. I am excited about this project and love working with our … Continue reading Announcing LaraJobs

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Laracon / June 26, 2014

Laracon 2014 Day 1 Videos

THE VIDEOS FROM DAY 1 ARE UP! On May 15-16 nearly 300 PHP developers from around the globe converged in NYC for Laracon 2014, and the UserScape crew was at the center of the action. As a major sponsor of Laracon, UserScape and Snappy brought you live blog coverage of the event as it happened, … Continue reading Laracon 2014 Day 1 Videos

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