The documentation of TYPO3 has a quite bad reputation, but that is not valid. Thanks to Martin Bless, it has evolved much in the last few years. In this and and some following posts, I will introduce you to the current state and structure of TYPO3 documentation and the various sources.
This post is about the user interface of docs.typo3.org and its hidden gems. Continue reading
After a short Christmas break, this is the first post in the new year 2017 and the second edition of the TYPO3 reading list. Again I try to cover all areas around TYPO3. Some of the contributors are Sebastian Michaelsen, Arthur Rehm, Helmut Hummel and Andreas Fernandez. Continue reading
Please welcome Tom Warwick for the second edition of Friends of TYPO3. He is the first British person, I know, who is using TYPO3. So let us see, what he tells us. 🙂
With this post I am starting a new format on my blog: The “TYPO3 Reading List”. It is a selection of carefully hand picked links, that I read the last weeks. I try to cover not only the different areas of TYPO3 community and development, but also will have a look beyond. Continue reading
Welcome to the first edition of the “Friends of TYPO3” series. Let’s say “Hi” to the first interview partner: Tomas Norre Mikkelsen. He is a danish guy having a TYPO3 job in Germany and is engaged in the TYPO3 community for many, many years now. This post is the interview with him.
Do you know the community? Do you know who is engaged in which area? Do you know all, who share the same interests as you do? No? Then this series is for you!
Five usability teams, one Core Team, one week in the middle of nowhere – this is a basis for very successfull enhancements for TYPO3. The former TYPO3 User eXperience weeks (short: T3UXW) proofed that already several times.
Shortly after branching off the new TYPO3 version 8, I started a written interview with Benni Mack and Mathias Schreiber. Benni is the the team lead of the TYPO3 core team and Mathias is the product owner of TYPO3 CMS. Please read on for the complete interview and see what we can expect from the next year. Continue reading
The TYPO3 community is getting more and more active and the events and meet ups are becoming more. So it gets quite hard to keep the overview over all gatherings that happen. So I decided to add a calendar to this blog.
Over 130 participants, from all over europe, came to the well known and awesome “Phantasialand” near Cologne (Germany) in order to make the TYPO3 certiFUNcation an outstanding event. But read on what really happend!