An interview with Jeffrey Way, the founder of Laracasts.
The Laravel Podcast brings you Laravel and PHP development news and discussion. Season 3 consists of interviews conducted by Matt Stauffer; previous seasons featured Taylor Otwell and Jeffrey Way as regular cohosts.
An interview with Jeffrey Way, the founder of Laracasts.
An interview with Mohamed Said, Laravel's first employee.
An interview with Laravel woman-around-town and lover of puppies J.T. Grimes.
An interview with Neo Ighodaro, co-founder of Laravel Nigeria and CTO of hotels.ng
An interview with Taylor Otwell, creator of Laravel, about what he did before Laravel and what got him started.
Introducing season 3: an interview season
In this episode, the crew talks about enterprise applications, scalability, and productivity.
In this episode, the crew talks about Mix, Dusk, Laracon US, package development using TestBench, GitLab, and more.
In this episode, the crew discusses Laravel Mix, Markdown mailables, Laravel Dusk, Laravel 5.4, and more.
In this episode, the crew discusses new Apple announcements, the Laracast redesign and improvements, Forge, Laravel 5.3 and 5.4 changes, and more.
In this episode, the crew discusses PHP 7.1, Laravel Forge, Yarn, Validator improvements, and more.
In this episode, the crew discusses Laracon US & EU, Laravel 5.3, Laravel's first hire, and the heart-wrenching sense of loss created by Bing Bong's death.
The crew talks about where the routes file lives, some tantalizing hints of big new 5.3 features, Jeffrey's plan for two hours two times, and Taylor's love for DHH.
In this episode, the crew talks discusses Laracon, Elixir, Browserify, Webpack, the NBA finals, and Red Rising.
In this episode, the crew discusses the releases of Valet and Echo, Laracon US 2016, Laravel 5.3, and their favorite nut.
In this episode the crew chats about Laravel Elixir, Spark, VAT MOSS, and juice.
In this episode, the crew talks about making money from open source and Taylor's utter dominance at Rocket League.
In this episode, the crew is joined by Adam Wathan to discuss ActiveRecord and the Eloquent ORM.
In this episode, the crew discusses multiple authentication drivers, Laracon, PJAX, Spark, and Mario Kart rage.
In this episode, the crew discusses Linode down time, server migrations, editors, Will Smith, and Mario Kart. Most importantly, Jeffrey & Taylor finally disagree.
In this episode, the crew discusses the status and features of Laravel 5.2, Lumen 5.2, and Spark.
In this episode, the crew talks about architecture, over-architecting, helper functions, facades, crystal ball coding, code preppers, and more!
In this episode, the crew discusses front-end tools like Vue, React, and Angular. Matt then discusses scheduled introspection to combat over-joyous Florida climate while Taylor yearns to live in a desert.
In this episode, the crew talks about the challenges of learning to be a developer, developer bootcamps, advice to their former selves, and even their favorite clothes.
In this episode, the crew discusses Laracon 2016, new framework features, preferred messaging applications, and Jack McDade possibly cheating on Taylor with Jeffrey.
In this episode, Matt and Taylor are joined by Ian Landsman of UserScape. Ian is the founder of UserScape, the creator of HelpSpot, and the man behind LaraJobs. The crew discusses hiring, being a good job candidate, and most importantly: Star Wars.
In this episode, the team recaps Laracon, discusses a few of Matt's side projects, and details their juiciest vices.
In this episode, the crew discusses simple code, staying focused, Adam vs. The Hulk, and coding music.
In this episode, the crew discusses preparing for conference talks, vacationing, and dreamy destinations!
In this episode, the crew discusses architecture driven religious wars and the recent drama surrounding Apple Music.
In this episode, the crew discusses 20 years of PHP, their favorite PHP features, Sublime Text, PHP Storm, Nintendo, and Jeffrey's first programming job.
In this episode, the crew discusses recent improvements to the Laravel documentation, Vue.js, ECMAScript 6, and a few conspiracy theories.
This week the crew discusses new Laravel 5.1 goodies, unit testing, Lifeline for iOS, and which album they would take to a desert island.
In this episode, the crew discusses the recent release of Lumen, micro-services, Laravel 5.1 event broadcasting, and their favorite cars.
In this episode, the crew discusses Jeffrey's "Integrated" testing package, Laracon, Laravel "the right way", and Justin Bieber.
In this episode, the crew discusses PHP 7, Browserify, and their favorite Mac applications.
The crew discusses the recent release of Envoyer and Laravel 5.0. Taylor gives a preview of Laravel 5.1. Jeffrey discusses current Laracasts happenings.
Laravel 5 was released and Laracon conferences were just announced! The perfect opportunity for another live question and answer podcast!
Laravel 5 is getting closer to beta and we discuss some upcoming changes as well as get into a discussion about when to use certain features of the framework and when they might be overkill.
We talk about configuration and queue updates, architecture and CRUD apps, clients and code quality, business and app development, and a lot more.
This is the audio portion of our first live recorded video podcast. We took live question and answer and discussed Laravel 5 release scheduling, ORM origin story, Laravel internals, Angular/Angular 2, and more!
In this episode, we discuss new Laravel 5 features including annotated routing and middlewares. We discuss some motivations and guiding forces that make Laravel what it is. Also, hints about Jeffrey and Taylor's secret new project. The referenced article by @everzet can be found here: http://everzet.com/post/99045129766/introducing-modelling-by-example
In this episode, we discuss Laravel 5, the No Capes initiative, Laravel Liferaft, PHP's position in the industry and its culture, continuous education, a company's ethical responsibility to their employees, and much more.
Laravel News, Laracon News, Laravel.IO News, PHPSpec, and Southern Boys Being Polite
In this episode the cast discusses ActiveRecord (when to use it), discusses some PHP drama relating Laravel to Rails, DHH, Martin Fowler, and Kent Beck's Is TDD dead? series, Laracon stuff and more. http://laracon.eu http://martinfowler.com/articles/is-tdd-dead https://github.com/mitchellvanw/laravel-doctrine
In this episode the cast discusses recent DHH drama, complicated sequences of events, Laracon, Pair-Programming, and ActiveRecord. This time PHPStorm was only mentioned once. Link to the mentioned Laravel Doctrine package https://github.com/mitchellvanw/laravel-doctrine
Testing, 100% minimum coverage, TDD. The consequences of long-term high-intensity focus. What does PHPSpec have to offer? The battle over Trait / Interface suffixes. Imposter Syndrome. Links to other Podcasts mentioned in this episode. http://www.thisamericanlife.org/ http://freakonomics.com/radio/ http://www.radiolab.org/ and just one extra added for relevance: elephantintheroom.io
Everyone on the show is presenting at Laracon NYC. http://www.decksetapp.com/ for beautiful presentations What do people most misunderstand about Laravel? PHP is not Java? PHPStorm. It's good. So is Jetbrains. Here's a theme that makes it better(tm). https://github.com/ShawnMcCool/PHPStorm-SpacePeacock Taylor's Conspiracy Theories Twitter, it's not just for sharing your lunch. Open-Source.. Does it make sense? Database Backup Package https://github.com/heybigname/backup-manager Flysystem http://flysystem.thephpleague.com The Economics of Open-Source. Laracon EU and SURVEY SAYS. Vaprobash. Laravel.io's next version.
Is this episode the cast discusses Laracon NYC, Laracon EU, the Laravel package Dispatcher, Hack, DDD, A/B Testing, the next version of Laravel.IO, Niel Patrick Harris, and PHPStorm for Sublime Text users. Hosted by Shawn McCool. Edited by Mitchell van Wijngaarden.
DDD, Facades, Laracon 2014 in NYC. Edited by Mitchell van Wijngaarden
We discuss Laravel 4.2, some recent PHP events, and answer listener questions.
Taylor Otwell and Jeffrey Way join us and talk about what they've been working on. We discuss Laracasts and Laravel 4.1 including some focus on the Laravel documentation. Taylor also gives some information about LaraconUS.
In this episode we discuss CQRS, how everyone loves Windows 8, building GUI apps with PHP, organizing a conference in 2014 and a bunch of other stuff.
In this episode we talk with Dan Syme, creator of Cartalyst, and Ian Landsman, creator of UserScape about business and the open-source world.
In this episode Shawn McCool discusses Laracon, OOP, ActionScript and Chris' new Laravel 4 practical implementations book.
In this episode Shawn McCool, Taylor Otwell, and Matthew Machuga discuss the upcoming Laravel conference in Amsterdam, code-base complexity and they share war stories.
In this episode, Laravel author Taylor Otwell discusses packages with his teammate / backbone-ninja Eric Barnes and Laravel community contributor, Ryan Tablada.
In this episode Shawn McCool, Taylor Otwell and Jeffrey Way discuss Laracon, architecture, testing and more. Enjoy!
In this first episode we're joined by Taylor Otwell, the creator of Laravel to discuss Laravel 4, and Shawn McCool to discuss Laracon EU taking place in August, 2013. Enjoy!