Probably because I'm a heavy user of Laravel I read a lot of Laravel focused blogs and follow a lot people on Twitter who also are heavy users of the framework. But more than a Laravel developer, I consider myself a PHP developer first. One of the ways I try to stay in touch with what is happening in the larger PHP community is following this excellent link blog maintained by Chris Cornutt.
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