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Watch the recording of Laravel Meetup #1

Original – by Freek Van der Herten – 2 minute read

Yesterday, the very first Laravel Worldwide Meetup was held. At the event, which was live streamed on YouTube, Joseph Silber gave an introduction to lazy collections. Mohamed Said demonstrated some very powerful additions coming to queues in Laravel 8.

You can watch a recording of the meetup below.

Over 600 people watched the meetup live, which surpassed my personal expectations. Here are a few reactions posted on Twitter.

And here's how it looked from my end.

The next edition of the meetup will be held on August 25th 18:00 CEST. Neo Ighodaro will talk on how he uses Laravel to handle 300 million API request a day. Laracon Australia organiser Michael Dyrynda will pass on every he learned recently about scheduled tasks in Laravel.

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