On the Laravel News site there's a post that wraps up Laraconf Brazil 2016 with a quick summary for those that weren't able to attend.
The Laravel community in South America put together their first unofficial one day Laravel conference in Brazil on October 8th.
“What I most enjoyed was the ability to network with every attendee,” said Matheus Marabesi one of the organizers, “people around Brazil came to our conference, and it was amazing”.
The event featured ten talks from scaling applications to TDD, to career development. It was a nice mixture of things developers care about. They also, with the help of the sponsors, were able to record every talk and have it available in a YouTube playlist.
As the conference was in Brazil, the sessions aren't in English unfortunately. They included sessions covering: caching strategies, test-driven development, multi-tenant architecture and Elasticsearch. The post also includes several photos from the event and answers to a few other questions from organizer Matheus Marabesi.