I am happy to announce that starting January 9th I will be working full time for Userscape. If you are not familiar with them they are the company behind the awesome HelpSpot help desk software.
Not only will I be a part of a great company but they have also hired the creator of the Laravel framework, Taylor Otwell. I have been watching that framework closely the past few months and I am very impressed with what he has done with it. Laravel’s motto is:
Laravel is a clean and classy framework for PHP web development. Freeing you from spaghetti code, Laravel helps you create wonderful applications using simple, expressive syntax. Development should be a creative experience that you enjoy, not something that is painful. Enjoy the fresh air.
The simplicity of framework is what drew me in originally. But now it will just keep getting better and better because it will be the framework of choice for Userscape. The reason I feel this way is that HelpSpot can be purchased as either a downloaded application or hosted with their partner Engine Hosting, so Laravel will be tested in a wide range of different hosting environments.
Even though my day job will be with Laravel I still love CodeIgniter and I am still on the CodeIgniter Reactor team. CodeIgniter is and has always been near and dear to me and I really enjoy using it. Plus I will be doing contract and freelance work for companies that are heavily invested into it. I am very excited with where CodeIgniter v3 is heading and I think it is a big step in the right direction that we have all been wanting.
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