Many top-class Dutch and international high-tech companies, renowned for their technological excellence, are located in Eindhoven, which is also the birthplace of Philips. The Technical University, Fontys High Schools and the Design Academy have their home in Eindhoven. What better place to organise this year's TYPO3 Developer Days.
The location 'techniekHuys' (House Of Technics) has ten fully equipped meeting rooms with a capacity of 10 to 225 people. All rooms come standard with the best tools, some with a digital display and high-quality audio equipment.
The Developer Days is for everybody who is involved in the TYPO3 community, developers, designers, writers and users of TYPO3. T3DD14 does not only welcome core developers, but everyone that wants to share their vision on the TYPO3 project/community or daily use of our products , TYPO3 CMS, Neos and Flow with others.
"For those who have not been to T3DD, it's a great technical happening covering the whole spectrum of the TYPO3 community, TYPO3 CMS, Neos, Flow and more. T3DD always has great tutorials, workshops and sessions. As with many events, a lot of stuff takes place in hallway conversations and impromptu sessions."
This event is for you!
Ever wanted to go to a TYPO3 event, but thought it would be to technical for you?
This event is for everybody who is involved in the TYPO3 community. For work, as a developer, a designer, but also as a user you can benefit from this great event.
We are not only inviting core developers to have talks about technical topics, but also people who want to share their vision or daily use with other people.
Don't be shy and order a ticket right away in our ticket shop. Did we mention we also have some special offers for hotel rooms including breakfast and a special shuttle service from and to the venue? Of course only when ordering the hotel rooms from us.
OSS Watch Workshops
As a special this year the Developer Days will feature workshops by Mark Johnson and Scott Wilson from OSS Watch. OSS Watch provides unbiased advice and guidance on the use, development, and licensing of free software, open source software, and open source hardware.
During the marketing sprint last year the guys did a two-day communication workshop, which was received very well by the attendees and provided a good understanding of communication in an Open Source community and how to find ways to improve communication.
OSS Watch will do 6 sessions over 2 days, covering the following topics:
Communities (45 minutes),
Communications (90 Minutes),
Governance (45 Minutes),
Leadership (45 Minutes),
Legal Matters (45 Minutes),
Conflict Resolution (90 Minutes).
More details on the workshops will follow later.