If you think about it, learning how to code is a lot like an RPG (pick your version, but I'd go with Zelda in a heartbeat). When you first start out, you fail (or die) almost immediately. Can you remember the days when you actually had to focus on how to type the less-than sign (
<)? Where is that key again?
It seems so long ago, but, really, little has changed. We all still reference the Laracasts forums or StackOverflow, daily. It never stops; you simply level up as you go, and fight monsters (or bugs) whom require that much more energy out of you.
And about that "whom" in my previous sentence. The truth is that I'm just not sure if that was correct usage. I've never been sure. School failed me in this regard. Hopefully, Laracasts won't fail you. So buy me dinner, by purchasing this shirt.
Printed on a soft unisex American Apparel, Tri-Blend, in "Oatmeal."
If your order is being shipped within the United States, no: what you see is exactly what you pay. Not a penny more. For international shipping, however, shipping costs me a good bit more: $13.70, to be precise. As such, $10.00 will be added to your charge to cover this cost.
Jeffrey personally mails out all shirt orders twice a week. Once mailed, you'll receive an email that contains your tracking number. Generally, you can plan on receiving your purchase within a week; however, it might be a bit longer, depending upon your location in the world. If you're willing, please tweet @laracasts with a photo of yourself wearing your shirt. We just might add it to the shop page!
You'll of course receive your chosen shirt. In addition, Jeffrey will include a little thank you card, as well as a couple fun snacks to make you laugh.
All Laracasts shirts are American Apparel, and are printed by Clockwise Tees.
Hmm. The first step is to login and check your Orders page. When your shirt has been shipped, in addition to an email notification, you'll find your tracking number on this page. If you're worried that your package has been lost in delivery, please contact Jeffrey and we'll figure it out.