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Christopher Hlubek
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CEO of networkteam GmbH, TYPO3 and FLOW3 Core Team Member, web and software enthusiast
CEO of networkteam GmbH, TYPO3 and FLOW3 Core Team Member, web and software enthusiast

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Ein aktueller Screencast für eine Einführung in Neos CMS 2.1 #NeosCMS
Unser Einführungsvideo für das Neos CMS ist fertig und online anzusehen!
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We have seen three beta release for TYPO3 Neos 1.2 already. The team put some teaser vids online and while release manager Aske Aertman is relentlessly fixing loose ends to get to a stable release the team is already working on a 1.3 release.

Neos project leader Robert Lemke explains about the current BIG sprint. The article discusses the Security Framework 2.0 for TYPO3 Flow, Localised User Interface, History in a nice timeline, new resource management that allows you to non-destructively manipulate images, Google analytics and SEO friendliness.

The article also mentions the demo site specifically created for showing the cutting edge features of Neos.

~ben
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Yesterday +TYPO3 Neos 1.1 Beta 1 was released. You can find a detailed list and explanations of all features and changes in this article written by +Christopher Hlubek http://neos.typo3.org/news/typo3-neos-1-1-beta-1-released.html
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We published the first version of Learn Neos today. It's a place to learn more about the parts that are used in TYPO3 Neos. We start with our blog today, but we have much more planned. #TYPO3Neos   #TYPO3

http://learn-neos.com/
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Please support #TYPO3Neos  and #TYPO3Flow by voting for this project!
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Interesting article about the book translation workflow for Discover Meteor: https://www.discovermeteor.com/blog/community-translations-with-github-middleman-codeship-heroku/

It's notable how they use tools that are available without cost (but not exactly free) and rely on external infrastructure (Github, Heroku, etc.) to do that.
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