The art of using Event Emitters for cleaner code in Node.js
There's some confusion about what the PHP-FIG is. I'm here to add to that confusion.
When your Laravel web app is behind a load balancer, reverse-proxy or other intermediary, you don't get the correct user IP address reported to you. This will cover how to retrieve the correct client IP address in those situations.
This will go over getting an Ubuntu 12.04 LTS server up and running for production use using Nginx instead of Apache. This does not pretend to be an exhaustive resource, particularly around security. This is Laravel friendly.
A growing list of Vim tricks as I learn them.
The most powerful cache isn't necessarily the one you install on your application server. Here are the different kinds of caching available and what they mean for your web application.
Facades are great for making your packages easy to use by other developers. Learn how to create and implement your own Facades.
This will go over getting an Ubuntu 12.04 LTS server up and running for production use. Note: This does not pretend to be an exhaustive resource, particularly around security. Additionally, if your environment is more complex (Separate DB servers, servers across data-centers, different access levels, etc), then your setup can and will vary.
A reading list for learning about ETags.
This will review solving the "Lost Update" problem with ETags within a Laravel 4 RESTful API. This builds off of previous ETag related articles.