For the february meetup the Munich TYPO3 User Group was invited by Microsoft Germany to their new german headquarter in the north of Munich. I was really looking forward on how Microsoft will be … Continue reading
Here comes the next issue of the “TYPO3 Reading List”. My impression is that the blogging community around TYPO3 is growing more in the last weeks … and that’s great! Besides special TYPO3 stuff, I’ve also collected several related topics and posts. 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
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
Usually you develop your stuff locally and want to test the SSL encrypted stuff part too. With out a valid certificate, you always have to confirm the security dialogs, whether you are sure that you want to proceed. That annoys me each time. Furthermore you do not see, whether you have a problem with “mixed content”. In this article a show you how you can use „Let’s encrypt” certificates on localhost. Continue reading
Version control software is very popular among web developers. The most used tool might be Git. Unfortunately the repository directory, e.g. .git is often unprotected in production environments. These folders not only contain the source code of a website but also database credentials, API access keys or tokens for popular cloud services like Amazon AWS, salts and hashes. Even more problematic is private data contained in sql dumps or csv files.
October 17, 2014 was the first day I represented TYPO3 at a booth on an expo. Reason was the WorldHostingDays event, which took place Munich (Germany). I was really curios how it will be at a booth together with some guys from other OpenSource CMS.