Tools should work for you, not boss you around

Ever have a day where you're "fixing the squiggles" in your editor and feel like the code got worse? Let's talk about how to avoid that.

Joel Clermont
Joel Clermont

We pull tools into our project to improve our workflow, make things more consistent, or catch errors that might slip past a human code review. But if we're not careful, sometimes we can let a tool start dictating things in our application that don't serve our goals.

In the latest episode of the No Compromises podcast, Aaron and I discuss PHPStan, and how we pushed back against the inclination to change how we write idiomatic Laravel applications.

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