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Laravel Events is a brand new community site that I created with the goal of helping keep the community informed of conferences, meetups, and other events. My goal is to pull over the events for the Laravel News homepage and also integrate with the weekly newsletter.
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Today, the Composer team released v1.6.4 and it includes a security fix so all users are encouraged to upgrade. According to Jordi Boggiano, it also includes triaging/merging/fixing for almost 200 issues and you can see everything that changed from the release page on Github.
Bots are the tools of the future, and they can be used for everything from customer support, all the way to offering productivity tools like scheduling or reminders. Many people live inside their messaging app of choice which makes bots feel comfortable, and a perfect fit for reaching them.
I suspect that if you are familiar with Laravel that you might use factories and possibly even factory states in your application development. The documentation shows you the mechanics of using factories to seed and create test data, but there are a couple of guiding thoughts to using factories with your models effectively that Id like to consider.
Anyone whos been in the devops space is probably familiar with alert fatigue. At the beginning of a devops transformation, engineers set up as many monitors as they can to catch issues before they happen or to understand when things are happening.
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A few years ago, I launched a daily email newsletter, and I was ecstaticto be striking out on my own for the first time. Alas, just a few weeks after filing to secure a trademark, an officious-soundingnote appeared in my inbox, and soon after, I found myself shelling out$10,000 in lawyers fees over a short-lived trademark dispute.
Once in a while I come across a company that seems like a complete no-brainer. An idea that induces a why hasnt this beendone already moment.
Knotel announced today that it has raised $25 million in Series A funding. Founded in 2015, the company offerswhat co-founder and CEO Amol Sarva described as headquarters as a service a flexible office space that can be customized for each tenantwhile also growing or shrinking as needed.