There are a whole lot of different TYPO3 events all year round, some more techy, others not. All of them a great opportunity for both enthusiastic beginners as well as experienced professionals to contribute towards TYPO3 CMS, to meet old friends and to make new ones.
The road to establishing the best possible workflow patterns for testing TYPO3 has been long and winding. It has been filled with up and downs and loads of lessons have been learnt along the way. Today the test environment runs efficiently. Join us for a glimpse behind the scenes!
Open source software has become a central part of standardized IT infrastructures in the last 15+ years. Professional services like technical support and Service Level Agreements needed to be established, to meet day-to-day business challenges.
Teaching can be a rewarding experience - both for you as a mentor and your student. Gestures and facial expressions speak for themselves. However, if you help someone online, all personal reaction gets lost. SkillDisplay shows you how to give credit to your learning resources and use SkillUp buttons.
Integrity tests are an integral part of TYPO3’s quality assurance process. This fourth and final step in our review process is used to check communication paths between different parts of the system and shows that all modules work correctly together. If all runs smoothly, a patch is then merged into the core.
Learning can be fun. SkillDisplay is a platform which offers pre-built learning paths, the so-called SkillPaths. It aims at making students more independent by offering precise guidelines and tracking acquired skills.
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.