The Laracasts snippet, each episode, offers a single thought on some aspect of web development.
Steal From Other Hobbies
In this episode, we'll talk about stealing techniques and approaches from other hobbies or industries. What have you learned from one hobby that might be useful for your programming career? I can think of a few.
Laracasts Q&A: 2022 Edition
It's hard to believe, but the last Laracasts Q&A episode was published over two years ago. Let's fix that with a new 2022 edition. I'll answer a wide variety of questions, including: how to initially plan a business, are lifetime accounts worth offering, why don't we have dedicated Laracasts apps, how to avoid content creator burnout, and more.
I often hear about flat organizational structures and how they lead to more autonomy and better collaboration. That could be true! It sounds appealing. But my worry is: don't you lose the zoomed out perspective in the process? From my experiences, that multi-focus hierarchy is essential.
For a number of years now, I've found myself quietly mumbling the words, "Don't participate," every time I feel the need to insert myself into events or conversations that have nothing to do with me. It works wonders. Nearly every time, I delete the draft and get back to work.
Programming Bullet Points I'd Send Back in Time
In this episode, I take some time to ponder over which programming bullet points I wish had been drilled into me more in the early days of my learning. We'll discuss the psychology of learning, design patterns, SOLID, and, of course, the never-ending river of programming opinions.
If It's Not Perfect, Ship It
It's far too easy for developers to fall into a trap of never shipping new code to production. "It's not ready," we tell ourselves. "Just one more month to clean things up, and then we'll push it up." But if you're not careful, there will always be a reason why it's still not ready. In this episode, we discuss habit building and why it's necessary to not be a perfectionist.
Coding & Life
A couple of weeks ago I decided to learn Laravel, and oh my God what a big blessing it has being! To start, I didn’t know that for $15 a month I could get the mentorship of a season and trained developer like Jeff. His videos are AMAZING and now that I just find out that he has a podcast I can see more of the person that he is, not just the developer. Great podcast, Jeff thank you for being an inspiration and mentor to many developers around the world. Keep up the good work!
I love to hear from Jeffrey
Jeffrey’s voice is so inspiring and I love to hear Jeffrey’s thoughts on different aspects including codes and more.
Water for the soul
I love listening what Jeffrey have to say, is always refreshing and useful, without the arrogance you get elsewhere, just a regular guy sharing honest advices and trying to help. Thank you