Discounts, Laravel Quiz and Learning Roadmap Path

Hello hello, 
Another Thursday, and along with a weekly newsletter, another new mini-project from me! Also, started preparing the material for a new course, and collected 400+ examples on my Laravel Examples. A lot going on, huh?

Now, let's dive into this week's content!

From my Youtube Channel

From Laravel Community

That's it for this week, see you in the next newsletter issue!
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