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In this episode, I take you with me on the journey where I decided the price for the Mastering PhpStorm video course. I will also reflect on my decisions with other products I released and share my thoughts about those decisions.
In this episode, I am right before the release of my video course Mastering PhpStorm. I share with you my thoughts and feelings right before a very important release. The weeks before have been long and you will hear that. But as always, nothing but real-life situations here on my podcast.
In this episode, I provide some details about me building my new course "Mastering PhpStorm". This time we are talking about "naming". Naming a product is hard and that was the case for my course too.
In this episode, I provide some details about me building my new course "Mastering PhpStorm". This time we are talking about "recording". I will share what my recording process looks like in detail.
In this episode, I provide my top 10 tips for making better screencasts.
In this episode, I want to talk about the top three things I struggle with the most regarding my business.
In this episode, I want to talk about how I got my first clients with my one-man business.
In this episode, I want to talk about my video game history. What was my first game? When did I start playing? What were the games that I enjoyed the most? PC or console? I try to answer all these questions while looking through my 30 years of playing video games.
In this episode, I talk about blogs. Today, blogs are all over the place but this was different seven years ago when I started my own. Let's talk about why blogs are so important for our community and how mine changed my career.
In this episode, I have another call with Freek Van der Herten where we talk about life, coding, music, and more.
In this episode, I talk with Freek Van der Herten about life, programming, PHP, beer, and more. We do a Q&A where we pick random questions. This was a lot of fun!
In this episode, I talk about "Refactoring" in coding. It's an important skill today and it varies a lot what you aim for when refactoring. It is about personal style, rules, and needs.
In this episode, I talk about how I started to learn to code. I will cover the languages I learned and how I came to PHP and Laravel in the end.
In this episode, I talk about how I started coding. It all goes back almost 20 years and is connected to the rock band I was playing in. Since then a lot of things happened that made my developer that I am today and this is what I want to share with you today.
In this episode, I talk about what it is like for me to do vacations. As you can imagine, vacations are quite different if you are employed or self-employed. So today I want to share my personal self-employed side of the story.
In this episode, I talk about conferences and why they are so important to me. Because of the current COVID pandemic, I haven't been to a real-life conference for nine months. I'm missing them a lot, and not being able to attend them has also started to affect my one-person business.
In this episode, I talk about the book "Company of One" by Paul Jarvis. I read this book last year and it has been of great inspiration for me and my business. I'd like to give you a brief overview of what to expect from this book and my takeaways.
In this episode, I want to say hi and welcome you to my new podcast, "Call It A Day." I want to give you a quick overview of what to expect from this podcast.