I wrote a recap of my experience at Laracon EU 2015.
1) It’s great to be surrounded by the pioneers of my industry – I’m starting to see the benefit of becoming an active part of this community.
2) It’s not all about the code. Working on building better relationships with clients means better briefs, and with co-workers means better collaboration and growth.
3) I previously thought that my focus on automated tests was the next step in the constant struggle for self-improvement. While important, I now realise that they are a symptom of other more important methodologies, not the end goal.
4) Twitter is important. It makes reaching and building relationships with industry leaders easy.
Read the full article over at BRND WGN.