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Interview with Taylor Otwell: 6 Lessons Learned From Creating Laravel

  • Taylor has built his career around Laravel and has a wealth of knowledge and wisdom regarding not just Open Source software development, but entrepreneurship and community building.
  • The idea that you can provide early feedback to your own Open Source project is the fuel for the phrase, "scratch your own itch." If you're building something that you use, you're more likely to make informed decisions during the initial stages.
  • As an Open Source maintainer, Taylor found that making himself available to his early adopters helped to get people involved in the project; growing the community.
  • While it's essential to build an online community for Open Source projects, Taylor and I talked about another important piece of his journey developing Laravel.
  • Largely from products which he built for the Laravel community long after it had become a resoundingly successful Open Source framework.

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Interview with Taylor Otwell: 6 Lessons Learned From Creating Laravel

  • Taylor has built his career around Laravel and has a wealth of knowledge and wisdom regarding not just Open Source software development, but entrepreneurship and community building.
  • The idea that you can provide early feedback to your own Open Source project is the fuel for the phrase, "scratch your own itch." If you're building something that you use, you're more likely to make informed decisions during the initial stages.
  • As an Open Source maintainer, Taylor found that making himself available to his early adopters helped to get people involved in the project; growing the community.
  • While it's essential to build an online community for Open Source projects, Taylor and I talked about another important piece of his journey developing Laravel.
  • Largely from products which he built for the Laravel community long after it had become a resoundingly successful Open Source framework.

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7 things you should never say to a pregnant coworker

  • Insinuating parental leave is a vacation can make pregnant mothers feel unsupported by their colleagues, Gulliver added.
  • Some of this has to do with the childcare and household labor that still falls on women's' shoulders: mothers spend 32 hours per week on non-paid work, while fathers spend just 18 hours, according to Pew. Assuming a woman won't come back to work further makes her feel alienated, Gulliver said.
  • While asking the sex or name of the baby seems benign, these are private topics between the pregnant woman and her partner, Taylor said.
  • Pregnant women can sometimes feel like their colleagues assume they can touch their baby, but this is another move that violates a woman's personal space, said Michelle Kennedy, the CEO of Peanut, an app that connects expectant mothers to each other.

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The woman who accused Antonio Brown of rape is meeting with the NFL to discuss her allegations one day after the wide receiver played his first game with the Patriots

  • The woman who accused New England Patriots wide receiver Antonio Brown of rape is meeting with the National Football league, a source close to the case told CNN.
  • Britney Taylor is expected to have a "long interview" with NFL officials on Monday, one day after Brown played his first game with the Patriots.
  • No further information about the meeting is known.
  • Taylor's lawyers would not give further comment to Insider.
  • Taylor, who met Brown in 2010 during a Bible study at Central Michigan University and later went on to be his personal trainer, filed a federal lawsuit in Florida last week in which she accused Brown of sexual assault and rape.
  • No criminal charges have been filed.
  • The Patriots said in a statement to the New York Times after the lawsuit was filed that the organization was aware of the allegations.

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The woman who accused Antonio Brown of rape will meet with the NFL today

  • Britney Taylor, who used to train the New England Patriots wide receiver, filed a lawsuit in a Florida federal court Tuesday accusing him of rape and sexual assault.
  • CNN does not usually name victims of sexual assault; however, Taylor is named in a federal lawsuit and provided an on the record statement via her attorney to CNN.
  • The team released a statement after the lawsuit was filed, saying it is aware of the allegations and takes them seriously.
  • Taylor says in the suit that Brown sexually assaulted her twice in June 2017 before raping her in May 2018.
  • When she sent a photo of her face, the lawsuit states, he asked for something more revealing and she refused.
  • After the two sexual assaults in 2017, the lawsuit says, Taylor stopped communicating with Brown.

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Antonio Brown might make his Patriots debut after sex assault allegations

  • It's not clear whether the star wide receiver, who signed with the New England Patriots just eight days ago, will take the field after his former Bible study partner and physical trainer accused him of rape and sexual assault.
  • The lawsuit says Taylor, a former gymnast, and Brown met in 2010 when they were paired as Bible study partners at the Central Michigan University chapter of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
  • Taylor said Brown sexually assaulted her twice in June 2017 and raped her in May 2018.
  • There are multiple reasons why Brown might not play Sunday, and they're not all related to the sexual assault allegations.
  • While no criminal charges have been filed, the NFL is considering putting Brown on its commissioner's exempt list following the sexual assault allegations, the NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported Wednesday.

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