This year’s TYPO3 Developer Days took place in Malmö, Sweden. It was the twelfth time round for the annual conference. The highlights included the Coding Night, a video conference with Kasper Skårhøj, lots of inspiring talks and socializing. 275 community members took part this year, 20% of them for the first time.
Your website is valuable. It’s where people learn about you and make orders, and find their way to your locations. Staying on top of maintenance and updates for your CMS needs to be a top priority at all times. But there are also ways of increasing the lifespan of your website if it’s still delivering everything you need.
All non-trivial software has bugs, they're an inevitable byproduct of writing software. It's a systematic review process which keeps them to an absolute minimum and ensures a high-quality. Acceptance tests are the third step we use for testing TYPO3's core before merging patches into the system.
This year’s highlight took place last week in Malmö, Sweden: the TYPO3 Developer Days 2017 (T3DD17). As the biggest conference for everyone involved in the TYPO3 community, it brought like-minded people as well as old and new acquaintances together.
How do you know your website is due for an upgrade? Ask yourself these questions. And if you find that yes, it is time for an update, then TYPO3 GmbH can help you find a partner and can also explain TYPO3’s unique advantages amongst CMS providers. We're also glad to give a helping hand if your answer is "well . . maybe"!
The Agency Meetup Days (AMDs) are coming up again soon. These events are open to anyone doing business with TYPO3 CMS and who’s interested in a less techy get-together.
The TYPO3 CMS Certified Editor Exam (TCCE) is one way to present your skills in TYPO3. In this blog post SkillDisplay explains to you what such an editor actually does and helps you to prepare yourself for the exam.
After making changes to TYPO3´s core we always run a series of testing which consists of four different steps. Functional tests are an integral part of this review process and give answers to the questions “Did we build a correctly working software?” and “Does the software meet the business requirements?”.
Building a website on open-source software doesn’t mean the website is going to be free - it requires configuration, maintenance and ongoing support. But it does mean that you have free access to the source code and can have your website customized very precisely according to your wishes.