It’s hard to believe that Laracon Online 2018 is here this Wednesday, February 7th! Ticket sales are still open for $25, to join thousands of developers online and enjoy talks from some of the most exceptional developers the world has to offer, all from the comfort of your own home or office!
Here’s the lineup of [speakers] and their talks:
- Taylor Otwell – Laravel 5.6 and Spark 6
- Matt Stauffer – Laravel for fun (and profit?)
- Adam Wathan – Advanced Vue Component Design
- Chris Fidao – Scaling Laravel
- Steve Schoger – The Little Details of UI Design
- Jonathan Reinink – Advanced Querying with Eloquent
- Sandi Metz – You Are Insufficiently Persuasive
You can get the complete schedule and change the timezone so you can see when the conference starts.
What if I can’t make it on February 7th?
No problem, all talks will be recorded and available online for viewing at your convenience shortly after the conference ends.
If you can make it during the conference it’s going to be an awesome time of great speakers, digital swag, and mingling:
I’ll be hanging out in the @LaraconOnline chat rooms all day during the conference talking with folks. Get your ticket and come hang out! ????
— Taylor Otwell ????♂️ (@taylorotwell) February 3, 2018
The release of Laravel 5.6 is also going to happen directly after Taylor Otwell’s talk!
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