Month: April 2015

Have a day full of fun and prolong your TYPO3 integrator certification along the way

Today is the last day for grabbing an early bird offer for the TYPO3 Alumni #certiFUNcation Day on the 5th of June, 2015 in one of Europe’s biggest theme parks: Phantasialand near Cologne, Germany! Join, learn, and meet present and future TYPO3 Certified Integrators! So what is this all about? The TYPO3 education team is organizing a day full of workshops and fun for all current or future TYPO3 Certified Integrators. And here is the best: Just by attending the mandatory workshops your certification will be extended for an additional 12 months! Here are some facts about what’s included: Workshops about the improvements in the lastest TYPO3 versions and about security in TYPO3 Preparation workshop for the certification Live certification (no additional fee!) Theme park entrance fee including one hour of exclusive rides with the Black Mamba rollercoaster! Special evening event with dinner If you ever thought about doing the TYPO3 Certified Integrator exam you should definitely have a look at this offer! For a really cheap price you get the certification, the preparation workshop and a day full of fun. And if you’re already certified, you can easily prolong your certification without doing a the exam again! All info and a detailed FAQ about the event can be found here. Tickets are available...

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Rethink Publishing – Is Artisanal Publishing the Future?

In the recent months there were some remarks in the TYPO3 community about publishing books  and the obstacles they imply for authors. From these conversations and some other sources, I tried to collect these issues and asked myself how to overcome these. The publishers power and obstacles Publishers decide, which topic will be published in which language Only those topics, that promise a certain amount of sold books will be published. Smaller topics will not be published as the expected revenue is too small for the publisher. This is also true for the languages in which the book will be published. Translating and...

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