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Karsten Dambekalns
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Working on the future of PHP frameworks and web experience management.
Working on the future of PHP frameworks and web experience management.

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A really awesome team did a cool release. I am proud to be part of all this! Thanks, my friends!

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Two weeks after the release of alpha 6 this is the latest and last alpha before the beta phase. Thanks to the team, you rock!

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WYSIWYG in-place editing and wireframe mode the only ways of editing content in Neos? Nope. Here's to structured content in fields.

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It's getting high time to start collecting case studies for Flow projects (and Neos of course). I postponed that several times, because I wanted it "to do it right", but I think we better start with "medium-right" right now and rather do a second round later. So:

Did you / your compony implement a nice TYPO3 Flow based project? Anything you can talk about? If so, please get in touch with me and mention:

- the kind of project / what you did with Flow
- if possible, the customer you worked for
- if I am allowed to mention your project publicly
- if you're up for creating a nice case study which we can publish on the Flow website

So, spread the word, re-post-tweet so others know about it. I'm very curious!

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Produktiv war's und Spaß hatten wir auch – ich freue mich auf die nächsten Sprints!

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Hooray!
Finally, after literally thousands of hours of development, today we released TYPO3 Flow 2.0 final. Enjoy!

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+Rasmus Skjoldan spent two days in London to gather outside input on the development of the  #TYPO3Neos  UX and to discuss concepts for editing content "in the future". Read his post to learn more details…

Yesterday I picked up my #OUYA  console from the german customs office. I was well prepared and knew where the CE signs are at console and controller, so the conversation went from "we have a problem with your console" to "good you were well prepared" in under a minute.
Still weird to know that customs might tell you to destroy or return a console that is perfectly fine, just because the don't know enough about it.
So, I am now owning an OUYA, and while I have not yet tried it, it look and feels good, no cheap plastic as far as I can tell.
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