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Purchased alfred in 2019 because a colleague said it would change my life, and I've honestly never found it useful. Being able to make my own workflows though... Now that I can get behind.
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Awesome site. I find myself dipping in and out to quickly (relatively for me) get up to speed with changes in Laravel, and some PHP developer flow.
Recently I got a new job where they use hexagonal architecture. It all sounds very similar to clean architecture to me, with different terminology, but the same ideas. There were lots of blog posts on reddit around 2017, and they all failed to impress upon me the difference between hexagonal architecture and clean architecture.
Wouldn't it be a great video or series for Laracasts XD?