October 2017

Recap: TYPO3 AMD 2017 - 1 Great Community, 10 Great Events!

Created for those working as leaders and directors in the field of web development business, the TYPO3 Agency Meetup Days (AMD) have one main goal: building a platform interconnecting businesses, agencies, freelancers and professionals working with TYPO3 CMS. Read a recap of this year's event.

Streamlining Website Content With Yoast SEO for TYPO3 CMS

Website content should always be displayed in an easily digestible way for potential readers and customers. The name of the game is Search Engine Optimization (SEO). Find out how to take TYPO3’s out-of-the-box SEO functionalities a step further with the extension Yoast SEO.

Recap: TYPO3 University Days 2017 (T3UD17)

Strengthening the bonds between education institutions and establishing more common ground with TYPO3 makers, that’s what TYPO3 University Days are all about. This year’s event recently took place in Darmstadt. The overall organization, the topical agenda and the diversity of speakers made it a great experience.

Open Source Software: Finding Common Ground

Within OSS, it should be about collaboration, not competition. In aligning efforts and agreeing to solve specific issues using a common agenda open source software can be strengthened as a whole.

Running a Blog With the Popular TYPO3 Blog Extension

Providing interesting and helpful content gives people a reason to keep coming back to your site. Business blogging has been steadily on the rise for the past decade. The popular TYPO3 Blog Extension makes running a blog incredibly easy.

Unmasking 3 Myths About OSS CMS

When it comes to open source software (OSS), content management systems (CMS) and doing business, some misconceptions stubbornly prevail. It's time to dispel a few of these myths.

OSS and the Call for Professional Support

Not too long ago, proprietary software ruled the roost when it came to websites. Meanwhile, the software landscape has been radically transformed by open source software. With this development, the call for professional support became louder and louder.