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Laravel News:
Upcoming Laravel Events and Meet-ups happening in July
Jul 09, 2018 @ 09:55:46

On the Laravel News site they have a new post sharing some of the Laravel-related events happening in July (2018).

Looking to meet other Laravel developers? Want to improve your skills as a developer? Consider attending a meetup or a conference in your area.

They have four events listed for this month:

Dates and links to each are provided in the post including a link to the Laravel Events calendar.

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Link: https://laravel-news.com/events-july-2018

php[architect]:
July 2018 Issue Release - Navigating State
Jul 03, 2018 @ 11:15:27

php[architect] magazine has posted the announcement about the release of their latest issue today - the July 2018 edition: Navigating State.

Articles in this issue include:

  • "State in the Stateless World" by Luka Mužini?. See how to model complicated workflows with existing PHP packages.
  • "Pro Parsing Techniques with PHP, Part Two: Fault Tolerance" by Michael Schrenk. See how to build error-resistant parsers.
  • "Making Use of Our Robot Overlords" by Brian Thompson shares how he automated his team’s deployment.
  • "MySQL Without The SQL—Oh My!" by Dave Stokes explains how to use MySQL as a JSON document store.

The usual columns have all returned with tips from the "dev trenches", security advice, community and contributions and if programmers are actually needed anymore. If you're interested in the content and want a small sample, check out the free article for this month (Dave Stokes' MySQL article). For more information about the article and to pick up a copy of your own, check out the php[architect] site

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Link: https://www.phparch.com/magazine/2018-2/july/