For the last few months I've been spending my evenings typing like my fingers are on fire, dedicating some of my free time to a new side project. I'd like to introduce PHPandas. PHPandas is a book targetted at absolute beginners to development. It will help those who haven't written a line of code in their life to learn the ins and outs of the language, and to start building cool things.
I always write my talks in Markdown format, so for those people who couldn't make it to Laracon, here's my notes in their rough format. It should tide you over until the conference videos make an appearance.
Seasons greetings Laravellers!
It's been a wonderfully eventful year hasn't it? The 22nd of February saw the first conference for the Laravel framework held in Washington DC. The conference was a wonderful success with a wide range of topics, fantastic speakers and a rocking afterparty. Thanks to Ian Landsman of Userscape and Jessica D'Amico for making the event such a success.
edit Code Bright mini site is now available at codebright.daylerees.com.
If you have arrived at this page then you have probably been trying to get a hold of the microsite for my Laravel book 'Code Bright'.
Unfortunately, I have had some server failure with my previous hosting provider which resulted in corrupt backups (much to my anger, but moving on..). I have restored this main site, and will return the Code Bright microsite to its former glory (maybe better?) as soon as I can.
Welcome back to Laravel. Last year I wrote a book about the Laravel PHP framework. It started as a collection of tutorials on my blog, and eventually became a full book. I definitely didn’t expect it to be as popular as it was. Code Happy has sold almost 3000 copies, and is considered to be one of the most valuable resources for learning the Laravel framework.