Since mid 2016 it is possible to get certified as a developer for TYPO3 CMS. Today Michael Schams published a study guide to prepare yourself for this certification. Read on and get a discount voucher.
The study guide contains 150 questions, which cover all necessary topics. They are a very good preparation for the certification and will help you to pass it successfully.
The questions are split up into ten sections. They deal with
- TYPO3 internals
- Errors & Validation
- Repos & Query Manager
- Documentation and
- other miscellaneous topics.
For each section there are some (starting at four) to “some more” (up to 34) example questions, which reflect the knowledge required to pass the exam. These aim to give you a good feeling, about which topics and knowledge are needed.
The questions themselves are written in the same style as the exam will be held. It is a multiple choice test where one or more answers may be correct. After the possible answers, these will be discussed and at the end the correct answer is mentioned.
Get it, while it’s hot!
If you are one of the first readers using the following link today (March 21st, 2017) and ordering the book, you will get a discount of nearly 35%. Instead of 29,90 USD, you will pay only 19,90 USD for this book. This special offer ends on Tuesday, 21 March 2017 at 23:59 UTC.The only thing is to order it via the following link: https://leanpub.com/typo3certifieddeveloper-en/c/typo3worx.
Thanks to Michael Schams for removing the limitation to five vouchers and switching to a time based discount!
Next TYPO3 CMS Certified Developer (T3CCD) exam
The next scheduled live exam will be held at the TYPO3 Camp Vienna March 25th, 2017. As of the time of writing there are still eleven places left.
Other dates will be published on typo3.org. Also the negotiations with Pearson are on their way, to enable certifications in all Pearson test centers world wide.
Please don’t hesitate and buy the book via this link: https://leanpub.com/typo3certifieddeveloper-en/c/typo3worx It will be a real help for you to pass the exam!
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