Laracon Online is now up and running, and we see a lot of common questions in the Slack room so here is a breakdown of the schedule and these questions.
All times are EST for other time zones see this community project.
- 8:00 am Mingle in Slack
- 8:45 am Opening remarks
- 9:00 am Jeffrey Way “Laravel Mix.”
- 10:00 am Evan You “Vue.js 2.2+.”
- 11:00 am Break
- 11:15 am Rachel Andrew “CSS Grid and Flexbox.”
- 12:15 pm Adam Wathan “You Might Not Need a Mocking Framework.”
- 1:15 pm Break
- 1:30 pm Taylor Otwell “Laravel 5.4 internals walkthrough.”
- 2:30 pm Nick Canzoneri “What developers should know about email.”
- 3:30 pm Break
- 3:45 pm Jason McCreary “You don’t know Git.”
- 4:45 pm Matt Stauffer “Mastering the Illuminate Container.”
- 5:45 pm Closing remarks
- 6:00 pm Mingle in Slack
Laracon Online FAQ
I haven’t received the access to the streaming channel, how do I get it?
First, check your spam or trash for an email from “email@example.com.” If you still do not find it email firstname.lastname@example.org with your order email or order id and we will get it to you as soon as possible.
When will the videos be available?
As soon as the conference ends, we will begin processing the videos and get them to you as soon as possible.
When do I get the digital swag?
That will be emailed to you about 30 minutes after the conference ends. Please be sure and white list email@example.com email address.
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