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Beiträge von Olivier Dobberkau

Olivier Dobberkau is founder and CEO of dkd Internet Service GmbH, and President of the TYPO3 Association. He has over 26 years of experience in new media and the internet.

Warum Digitalagenturen »Data First« denken sollten

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Digitalagenturen passen sich an die Bedürfnisse ihrer Kunden an, das liegt in ihrer DNA. Im Blogbeitrag von Olivier Dobberkau erfahren Sie mehr.

Meet TYPO3 Rotterdam 2018

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Ein Event nicht nur für TYPO3 Fans. Los geht's zum zweiten Meet TYPO3 nach Rotterdam. Wir haben für euch gebloggt.

TYPO3 Agency Meetup Days (AMD) 2017

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Representation of the TYPO3 project and the TYPO3 Association through public appearances and keynotes at the TYPO3 Association‘s events. – quoted from "TYPO3 Association President's job-description"It's the third year that the TYPO3 Association together with the Community Marketing Team organizes the TYPO3 Agency Meetup Days (AMD). In this year, as before, I visited some of those occasions to meet, speak and listen to our TYPO3 Association members.This year's events have put Hamburg, Paris, and Vienna in my calendar. In this blog post, I try to make a resume of the...

T3DD17: What is nreach?

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During this year TYPO3 Developer Days (T3DD17) in Malmö, Schweden Johannes and I had the chance to present our work on nreach. This posting recaps parts of the presentation and our next possible steps for interested developers and agencies.Which problems are solved by nreach?Finding the right information is still a difficult task: It's time-consuming and not efficient, It requires a great amount of knowledge on, the correct key words, the context, the tool. Extra: If the system knows what it is handling, it can do a lot for you

TYPO3 Camp France, Nantes

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This blog post describes my visit as President of the TYPO3 Association to the first Barcamp-style event in France. It's Friday morning, around five thirty when I leave the house to go to Frankfurt airport. The sky is blue and the sun is about to rise. The taxi driver is a nice bloke. I walk to the gate to get on onboard the airplane that will fly me to Munich, where I will take the second one to Nantes.As many might know I feel much sympathy for France, as my parents have a French connection. My father is half French and my mother is Swiss from the French-speaking part of...