Herbert Sojnik gave an interview about the application of TYPO3 and SkillDisplay in their company. Skill management is used to keep track of the abilities the employees have and are displayed in the statistics of the new organizations overview.
The SkillDisplay platform and extension will be updated to TYPO3v10. Additionally, the extension becomes open source with the end of the Erasmus+ project. Partnerships to support the development are available and a developer network for flexible solutions will be established.
HTL Rennweg currently teaches content management systems like TYPO3 and web technologies with the support of the SkillDisplay platform. Adapting to the current situation, where online teaching is necessary, the teachers had no problems continuing with their lectures.
SkillDisplay supports the TYPO3 Direct Mentorship Program with their platform. TYPO3 experts can track their mentee’s skills and can choose from a list covering editor (TCCE), integrator (TCCI), and developer (TCCD) skills.
By creating a job profile with SkillDisplay, a department can choose from a set of skills. Thus, they can assist the HR team with their requirements and the future employees as they can determine how much their skills match the job requirements.
The TYPO3 CMS Certified Editor gamification, MainzificRim, will get an update to version 9 of the content management system. This wouldn’t be possible without the TYPO3 Association and TYPO3 GmbH. Read on to get more information about the new missions of the adventure.
SkillDisplay‘s Open Beta is live and therefore they invite business persons to test the platform for the following six months. Their newest blog post covers possible verification scenarios and explains how to become a test verifier.
SkillDisplay was the educational partner of TYPO3Camp Vienna 2019. Being a barcamp, sessions of the camp were held and chosen by the participants. Due to the course of the event, some SkillSets that suited the held sessions were created.
SkillDisplay as a Service offers the possibility to get a SkillDisplay instance and therefore allows to create private, in-house skills and SkillTrees. Employees and students can therefore be educated without the need of making resources open source.
SkillDisplay’s 25th blog post is about the new skills of the TYPO3 CMS Certified Editor v9 LTS. Together with the TYPO3 GmbH and the TYPO3 Education Committee, the syllabus and the SkillSet were updated to the new version. Read on to get more information!
The year 2018 has ended and the new year 2019 has begun. As every year, it is time for New Year’s resolutions for the SkillDisplay team, as well as learners, educators and business persons! Also, the top users of SkillDisplay are announced in this blog entry.