A lot of people are already experiencing the benefits of remote work for a long time, and it’s understandable, why they do. In our current guest blog post, the fine folks of Bynder compiled a list of tech tools which will come handy if you want to give remote work a try.
Now that the workshops for three of the certification types - TCCD, TCCE and TCCI - are completed, it’s time to reflect on them and their outcomes. This article is the last part of a blog series by SkillDisplay about improving education within the TYPO3 sector. Learn how to benefit from SkillPaths and SkillTrees - use SkillUp buttons to prove already acquired skills.
In SkillDisplay’s current blog post you can read about the new TYPO3 certification workflow. The aim of the whole workflow is to shorten the time between releasing a new Long Term Support (LTS) version and updating the certification itself.
Working with the TYPO3 project requires knowledge of all the different platforms that are part of it. Since first steps aren’t always easy, we’re providing a step-by-step guide which will support you with your contribution efforts: Take a look at these six steps.
In the last blog post we described how our infrastructure and setup works and what we wanted to achieve with it. Now you can experience it yourself! We just opened our infrastructure to allow public contributions - for example to the blog extension - and here is how it works.
In this post we want to give you a glimpse of how we are working internally, which tools we use and what the benefits of that workflow are to us.
Storing passwords is easy - get a password manager and you're done. But how to share these passwords between your co-workers or maybe even external people? We know there is no such thing as "the right solution", but we though we'd share how we do it.