Get Tickets for Tomorrow’s Laracon Online 2019


March 5th, 2019


It’s hard to believe that Laracon Online 2019 is here this Wednesday, March 6th! There’s still time to get tickets! At $25 Laracon Online is the most accessible PHP conference for a worldwide audience.

Join thousands of developers online and enjoy talks from some of the brightest developers the world has to offer—all from the comfort of your own home or office!

Buy Your Ticket Now for $25

Here’s the lineup of Laracon 2019 schedule: (all times are EST)

  • 8:00 AM Mingle in Chat
  • 8:45 AM Opening Remarks
  • 9:00 AM Freek Van der HertenGetting started with event sourcing in Laravel
  • 10:00 AM Jason McCrearyWriting less complex, more readable code
  • 11:00 AM Marcel PociotReal-time applications with Laravel
  • 12:00 AM Break and Mingle in Chat
  • 12:15 PM Wes Bos – TBA
  • 1:15 PM Taylor OtwellExploring Laravel 5.8
  • 2:15 PM Break and Mingle in Chat
  • 2:30 PM Samantha GeitzLaravel, the Blockchain, and You!
  • 3:30 PM Matt StaufferDatabases in space
  • 4:30 PM Break and Mingle in Chat
  • 4:45 PM Steve SchogerPractical solutions to common UI design problems
  • 5:45 PM Adam WathanTailwind CSS by example
  • 6:45 PM Closing Remarks

What if I can’t make it on March 6th?

You should still pick up a ticket because all talks will be recorded and available online for attendees shortly after the conference ends. Those that can’t make the conference but pay for tickets will still get access to the digital swag.

If you can make it during the conference, it’s going to be an excellent time for great speakers, digital swag, and mingling.

As mentioned on Laravel Snippet #7, Taylor Otwell will be demoing features from the newly released Laravel 5.8 and hanging out in the chatrooms.

If you would like to learn more about the conference, visit and follow @LaraconOnline on Twitter for news and announcements.

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Paul Redmond

Full stack web developer. Author of Lumen Programming Guide and Docker for PHP Developers.

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