Beginning Laravel – Interview with author Sanjib Sinha

Happy Wednesday, BPB-ers! Welcome back to Best Programming Books! Our featured authors for today won a Microsoft Community Contributor Award in 2011, he, not just a programming book author, he is also an ethical hacker and data journalist, and he is also a story writer.
Beginning Laravel: A beginner’s guide to application development with Laravel 5.3 1st ed. Edition, the book our featured author wrote, is one of the best sellers in Computer Science and Computer Technology. This book is best for those who are newbie developers and programmers and to those who want to learn more about Laravel. He also wrote PHP 7: Design Patterns: An Object Oriented StudyHacking Python 3: A Guide to Scanning, Networking, Information Gathering, and more.
And because we don’t want everyone to wait, scroll down now to read our author’s interview. Enjoy reading and please don’t forget to share this with your friends!

GET TO KNOW THE AUTHOR

Name: Sanjib Sinha
Background: Won Microsoft Community Contributor Award in 2011
Favorite gadget: Computer
Hobbies: Writing 

 

 

INTERVIEW

What is your book about, and why should our readers read it?

You can learn about dependency injection, interfaces, service providers, SOLID design, and more with practical and real-world code examples. This book covers everything you need to get started in application development with Laravel 5.3. Beginning Laravel covers features such as method injection, contracts, and authentication.

After reading this book, you can develop any application using Laravel 5. It details all you need to know, including the model-view-controller pattern, SQLite databases, routing, authorization, and building CRUD applications.
You Will Learn

  1.     Work with the new Laravel framework and its new features
  2.     Develop web applications with Laravel
  3.     Absorb the concepts of authentication and database migration
  4.     Manage databases with Eloquent ORM
  5.     Use middleware, contracts, and facades

What, in your opinion, is the current most exciting technological advancement and why?

Artificial Intelligence. It could ultimately change the whole scenario. It might bring good. Or it might invite devastation. We have to choose what we need most.

What inspired you to write your book/s?
As such there is nothing called ‘inspiration’. It is compulsion. I feel inside it and have to write. What I write that decides why I write. As an example: when I write programming books, I always think about the beginners and try to think from their perspective because once I had the same feeling of trepidation and fear to approach a new subject.
If there’s one chapter in your book people should have read, which one should it be, and why?
I think the SOLID design is an important chapter. It’s because the chapter deals with the core issue that you should understand properly to begin computer programming.
As an author, which book made the most impact on you?
There are so many, If I take one name then I’ll do injustice to the others.
If there’s one subject you’d like to see a book about, what would it be?
I hope that situation will never happen in my life where I have been left with only one option. The variety of LIFE, many colours and shades are the reasons that bind us to this intangible and mysterious force.
I am curious about many subjects.
What would you like to ask the next author being interviewed?
Is your writing sexy enough to arouse the readers? 😁
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Postscript
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