Brent writes about whatever's happening in PHP right now. His recent articles cover PHP 8 and he also writes about Laravel. Otherwise, you'll also find general software topics like handling pull requests or working with Homebrew.
Matt Stauffer writes about PHP and Laravel, and is also the author of Laravel Up and Running. He occassionally also touches on Vue and the meta process of streaming and creating online.
Matthias has his own web development, training and consultancy company called Noback's Office. His blog has a strong focus on backend development and architecture, always looking for better ways to design software. Matthias has also published several programming books as well, most recently Principles of Package Design and a Style Guide for Object Design.
Adithya writes about the problems that he faces while building, so that it helps himself & others facing similar problems. Usually with PHP, Laravel, Tailwind, and Docker.
Philo writes about tech, startups, personal development, and communication. The main focus is on technical articles and combining them with videos for those who prefer video over text. In the future, I'll broaden my scope a bit to add those additional topics. For anyone who is looking to learn more about programming, from novice to expert but also learn more about soft skills in terms of communication and personal development.
Miguel writes tutorials on technologies like PHP, Laravel, and AMP. You'll also find posts relevant for anyone looking to add the Stripe Cashier library to your Laravel application. Clean and colorful design, easy to read.
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