Topics this time are about the TYPO3 community, TYPO3 Integration and PHP development. The last part is about community and development topics in general. These are primarily not specific to TYPO3, but nevertheless valuable for our private, community and business life. Continue reading
A lot of weeks passed since the last issue of the TYPO3 Reading List. So there will be some more reading recommendations. This time the focus is solely on TYPO3 topics. Continue reading
April 4th was the release date of TYPO3 CMS 8LTS, the next long time support version of TYPO3. Because there were not much features and breaking changes included as in the last versions, I compiled some slides for the LTS release. Continue reading
The TYPO3 User Experience Week (T3UXW) is the yearly think tank event of the TYPO3 project. Many things were kickstarted in the past at this event. Most of them found their way into the TYPO3 core. Read on for the history and the future. Continue reading
As (probably) any other open source community the TYPO3 community is distributed around the world. In order not to get lost in the digital universe, all community members should stay in contact. This should be not only by digital means, but also afk (away from keyboard). Here is an overview, how can get or stay in contact with each other. 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.