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Hi! I'm Matt Lantz, I'm a full-stack developer, cloud architect, entrepreneur and generally energetic person.

I have been developing software for over a dozen years and have worked with start-ups and Fortune 500 companies. I’m currently building Grafite Inc a development agency, consisting of remote team members. I primary work with Laravel and Vue but I have skills in a variety of other languages and frameworks.

Though I'm predominately a full-stack developer I also do some web and logo design work, and have been getting more into podcasting and screen recording. If you'd like to work together - connect with me.

Projects and more!

These are some things I work on,
some things I participate in,
some things I create
and some things I enjoy.

Podcasts I've been on:

LaraChat Live

A general discussion group of developers who focus on Laravel.

North Meets South

A popular developer podcast by Michael Dyrynda and Jacob Bennett

PHP Ugly

A developer podcast focusing on some PHP developers and their successes and stresses.

Publications I've written for:


I've written a few articles revolving around the Laravel environment, focusing on PHP code, and infrastructure.

Talks I've given:

Working Remotely

In this talk I discuss the benefits and challenges of working remotely along with tricks I've learned to maintain my health and productivity.

Building a CMS

In this talk I discussed why I made Quarx and the benefits of developing your own CMS packages for projects.


In this talk I discussed the concepts of neuroplasticity as well as some of the pioneering contributors to the field.

Open Source projects I've contributed to:

Laravel Ecosystem

Framework Homestead Cashier

Laravel Collective

HTML Remote Errors

Some projects I've worked on:


Sometimes I just enjoying writing my thoughts. I often write opinion pieces on technology, business, philosophy or whatever subject I’ve been interested in lately. Sometimes I’ll even write a tutorial.

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