We are happy to present our new employees who joined TYPO3 GmbH in 2021.
Despite the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, the TYPO3 Project was able to accomplish a number of great things during this year, including several online events and other important milestones. Find out more in our 2020 recap. Happy holidays from TYPO3!
The TYPO3 Association supported developers Anja Leichsenring and Daniel Homorodean for a week-long trip helping update the government of Rwanda’s open-source TYPO3 CMS infrastructure. Read a recap of the trip and the experiences they gained in this article.
Featuring winners of the TYPO3 Awards 2019 held on 17 October 2019, as part of the annual TYPO3 Conference. Celebrating excellence and TYPO3’s vibrant community.
This year’s search for the world’s best TYPO3 projects is on! The TYPO3 Awards Submission is open until September 30, 2019. Find out what it was like to win a TYPO3 Award for Sanjay and Nitin of NITSAN.
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.
TYPO3 Conference 2018 in Berlin was a great event, offering exciting industry insights, and great opportunities to connect business leaders and technology specialists. Read a recap of the event in our current blog article.
Three students passed the TCCE exam after learning TYPO3 for 1 ½ days. They did it in course of the University Day in Mainz, where SkillDisplay was hosting the MainzificRim adventure, a hands-on way to learn the TYPO3 Editor skills.
Thanks to the people behind TYPO3 University Day (T3UD18) for running a fantastic event and for hosting us so well. We’ve gathered a few impressions from participators and organizers to give you a multifaceted insight into the event.
SkillDisplay was the educational partner of TYPO3 Eastern Europe 2018. They held talks about “Skill Management and Certification in the TYPO3 Universe” and hosted the “SkillDisplay Coffee Talk”. The most discussed topics are part of this blog post.
Despite the tropical climate, a few developers dedicated four days of contributing to the TYPO3 Core at last weekend’s Codesprint in Dresden, Germany. Among the brave participants was core developer Anja Leichsenring - Learn more about her experiences in a recent recap.