Tag: Coders

Coders create working software. With software firmly rooted in today's business world there is a growing demand for skilled coders. Highly qualified TYPO3 developers are worth their weight in gold.

December 2020: Developer Appreciation Day (DAD)

As 2021 begins, let’s take a moment to look back on last month’s achievements and - as usual - find a great deal of contributions to the TYPO3 Project. Developer Appreciation Day (DAD) is our chance to give thanks to all the hardworking people who strive to make our open source CMS top-notch.

October 2020: Developer Appreciation Day (DAD)

On this Developer Appreciation Day (DAD), we’d like to acknowledge all the hard working developers who continuously contribute to the TYPO3 project: Thank you ever so much, folks! Find October’s most important names and some very impressive numbers in this post.

September 2020: Developer Appreciation Day (DAD)

Welcome back for another analysis of contributions to TYPO3 CMS over the last month: It’s Developer Appreciation Day (DAD)! We’re really grateful for having so many hardworking and engaged developers among us - thanks a lot! Find an overview of September’s contribution in our recent blog post.

August 2020: Developer Appreciation Day (DAD)

As usual, at the start of the month, we’re taking a glance at last month’s contributions to the TYPO3 Project: It’s Developer Appreciation Day again! A massive high five goes to all those contributing continuously to the flawless functioning of TYPO3 CMS. Find the latest numbers in this blog post.

July 2020: Developer Appreciation Day (DAD)

Each month, we take the opportunity to celebrate contributors in our Developer Appreciation Day post. Please take a moment to share gratitude for their continued passion, commitment, and time they give to making TYPO3 CMS awesome. Find the recent contributions to the TYPO3 project in this article.

Improving Developer Adoption in TYPO3

Adopting PSRs makes it easier for new developers to adapt to TYPO3. Better interoperability is both at the interface level and the user level. Learn more in this article where we spoke with Benni Mack.