As the year comes to a close, remember that for the next 23 days, you can still buy tickets to Laracon Online 2018 for $12 (regularly $25). Tickets will go up to $25 on January 3rd, which is still a great deal for the all-star speaker lineup planned. Grab tickets today before the busy rush of the holiday and new year.
The conference will be held on February 7th, 2018, where you can hear from some of the best speakers the web has to offer! A lot of hard work goes into the preparation and planning of this event for thousands of developers that will be in attendance, come and learn about topics ranging from Laravel, design, servers, and software development.
Here’s the speaker schedule for the one-day conference:
- 10:00 AM – Adam Wathan
- 11:00 AM – Steve Schoger
- 12:15 PM – Taylor Otwell
- 1:15 PM – Chris Fidao
- 2:30 PM – Wes Bos
- 3:30 PM – Jonathan Reinink
- 4:45 PM – Sandi Metz
- 5:45 PM – Matt Stauffer
There will be breaks and mingling on Slack along with swag (which is yet to be announced) that is well worth the price of admission. Check the schedule for more details about the planned breaks and mingling throughout the day, and filter by your local timezone to see what time it starts in your local area. Some viewing parties are also organized, be sure to add yours if you plan on hosting a viewing party.
If you aren’t sure what Laracon Online is like, the 2017 videos are available at https://laracon.net/2017.
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. I think the best part of this conference is that it’s lowering the barrier of participation for those in remote areas and for those that might not be able to afford to go to an in-person conference.
Sign up today with the early bird registration to save some cash before it goes to full price. We hope to see you there!
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