Petra is your personal contact for any questions around travelling, accomodation, food and drinks and leisure activities in and around the hotel.
Coming from a background as an educated industrial manager and logistics specialist of the late 80s and having worked for major national and international enterprises and business consultancies, Petra entered the TYPO3 universe in 2009.
In her spare time she likes to walk with her dog in the forests around her hometown and you can find her reading a book or on the snowboard especially at many T3BOARDs as of 2009.
As owner of SimplyAdmire Rens is trying to push open minded collaboration, open source and knowledge sharing under the name of OpenGemeenten in the Netherlands. Main mission: helping municipalities in the Netherlands to offer accessible, simple and clean online services to their inhabitants. And not to forget: giving the editors an understandable and easy to use tool to unleash them publishing their content in an easy way.
He started working with TYPO3 somewhere around 2004, and has been spending quite some time on TYPO3 and Neos since then. Code wise, but also as speaker on events and helping companies pushing their teams. In his daily job he’s mostly interested in innovation and workflow / collaboration improvement. But he’s also comfortable in making his hands dirty code wise.
Besides being nerdy he’s father of 3 sons, likes riding his German engineered motorcycle, should sport more and should pick up his bass… But you know… time...
This guy, also known as T3BATMAN, is working with TYPO3 since 2000 and has been a core team member for 12½ years. As a freelancer he supports, mainly Dutch, TYPO3 agencies with complex development and gives advice about best practices in TYPO3 installations. Other clients are Dutch universities and municipalities.
Since working on governmental websites the interest has raised for usability, but mainly accessibility. Patrick never skipped one User Experience Week in the past years.
In his spare time you can find him in fields and forests, driving his Land Rover Defender or doing long distance walking. If he is not there, he's probably in the Batcave.
Currently, Andreas is employed at WMDB in Düsseldorf where he takes care of designing and developing applications based on TYPO3 with several degress of complexity. He’s most likely side-by-side with one of the office’s dogs.
In his spare time, Andreas takes care of his pet rats, does stuff for TYPO3's core and plays games on several platforms.
Rachel fell in love with TYPO3 in 2005. She co-created her own agency a few years later in order to fully live this passion.
Since then she has continued to convert her clients and evangelize others. Very soon, she was convinced that usability is a key factor to the adhesion of this fantastic CMS.
Active member of the French TYPO3 committee since its creation, she became the head of this team two years ago.
Carla is working as a web developer since 1999 and as a freelancer with TYPO3 since 2003. At the same time she started participating in the TYPO3 UG NRW and she hosted the monthly usergroup meetings for the area Düsseldorf from 2007 to 2010. From 2006 to 2010 she also worked as a TYPO3 trainer at the VHS Düsseldorf. She participates in the UXW since 2015 with focus on accessibility.
She works on big TYPO3 projects as well as on smaller company and association websites. In bigger projects her part is mainly the integrator and she does the training for the editors. In small projects she is also project manager, frontend developer and sometimes designer.
In her spare time she is a passionate geocacher and location based gamer, she loves hiking and cycling tours and she is a bookworm. Since 2007 she is also active member as photographer and painter in an artist association in Solingen.
In the summer of 2017, Kai graduated with a master’s degree in Industrial Design Engineering, a study that primarily focused on the development of tangible 3D products. However, during this study, he discovered that he became even more enthusiastic about designing 2D products (software for computer or smartphone screens). His graduation internship at a mobile application development firm made him even more excited about user experience (UX) design and convinced him after graduating to find a first “real” job as UX Designer at a software company.
In December 2017, Kai started to work as UX Designer at Yoast, a company located in The Netherlands that is well-known for its Yoast SEO for Wordpress plugin and recently also for the Yoast SEO for TYPO3 plugin. His primary task is to identify requirements and wishes of stakeholders and translate them into beautiful and user-friendly user experiences/interfaces.
Besides working at Yoast, Kai has a great passion for playing, watching & listening to music, as well as playing, watching & ehm… listening(?) to soccer.
Oliver started to work with TYPO3 in 2005 and was fascinated by the product and its universe. He soon started to get involved into community aspects and implemented "Inline Relational Record Editing (IRRE)" in 2006 - which as well has been the title of his diploma thesis at the University of Applied Sciences Hof (Germany). Based on that commitment, he was invited to join the TYPO3 Core Development Team in 2007.
Currently he is working as a freelance software engineer and is researching on advanced web technology topics in general and for TYPO3 in particular.
In his spare time, Oliver loves to go cycling cross-country in the uplands around Hof (Germany) in northern Bavaria - at the region where he's living as well.
8 years ago Richard started to work with TYPO3 and got infected by the “TYPO3-virus”. In 2015 Richard switched from TYPO3 agency and is working for MaxServ in the Netherlands now. Mainly working as a TYPO3 developer and consultant for large enterprises and universities. Since the cooperation between MaxServ and Yoast since 2016, Richard specialised in search engine optimisation for TYPO3 and is the main contributor to the Yoast SEO for TYPO3 plugin and is speaking on several TYPO3 events about SEO and the possibilities within TYPO3.
Besides working on client projects and opensource extensions, Richard likes to contribute to the TYPO3 community on several ways, for example by organising TYPO3 Bootup Days and Code-sprints. And if there is time left: core contributions. Besides his work and hobby TYPO3, he likes to spent time with his wife and 2 kids and tries to lose some weight by going to the gym several times a week. But that’s hard when you do have another hobby: BBQ….
In 2006 Philipp had his first contacts with TYPO3. One year later he was involved in the migration of UNIDO's Contentent Management System to TYPO3. As you can imagine this was quite a process and took nearly 2 years.
Meanwhile he started to establish his own company Supertrumpf with two partners. On 1st April 2008 the company was officially founded and since then nearly all web projects are realized with TYPO3.
Philipp's roles in development are quite different from project to project and mostly you can outline him as "digital mastermind". In other words: Frontend, backend, programming or design he is always welcome.
Coming from a background as an educated graphic designer of the late 80s, who transformed into a digital media producer during the 90s, Jo entered the TYPO3 universe in 2002.
Today he is a well known TypoScript wizard, TYPO3 trainer and coach, external senior consultant and accessibility expert at T-Systems. As of 2006 he has been a speaker and conducting workshops and tutorials at numerous TYPO3 events from camps, to Developer Days, up to TYPO3 conferences.
In his spare time you can find him at the numerous lakes around his home town or having a fine scotch of his single malt collection.
In 2003 Björn entered the TYPO3 universe and got infected by the great spirit of the product and the community behind it. In the early years he was responsible for the whole integration process of TYPO3 projects. Nearly 150 projects and 200 extensions later he is CTO and project manager at TRITUM.
In 2015 the team of TRITUM decided to take over the development of the system extension "form". Björn is taking care of the issue management regarding EXT:form and coordinates the patches. Furthermore, he has the pleasure of testing and documentation ;)
When not sitting in the office, Björn is riding his bike or white water kayak. If there's even more time, he's travelling around the world with his brave wife.
His favorites are developing and design. Dirk has been a freelancer as WebDeveloper and more for the last 17 years. From 2006 up to now, he has worked on several TYPO3 projects.
One of his assets certainly is his diversity. He loves to mix up miscellaneous methods and give them all a new impact.
He can handle databases, develop programs both on the server and the client ends, and revise and present contents in a manner that is appropriate for any media.
Artus works as a software engineer since 2004 and is currently technical lead at Piccobello. Since 2013 TYPO3 is often a part of CMS solutions for medium-sized companies, for whose technical realization he is responsible.
In his spare time he enjoys sports, traveling or just chillin' in the company of freethinkers.
Benjamin is Lead Frontend Developer at wfp:2 and working projects based on TYPO3 CMS from mid- to enterprise size. Since 2014 his bootstrap_package is used as codebase for the official TYPO3 CMS Introduction Package with the goal to provide an extensive best practice example on how to create websites efficiently with TYPO3 CMS.
With his 10 years of professional experience in frontend development and user experience he will join the T3UXW to share his insights on the needs from small to large customers for editors and developers.
As member of the TYPO3 CMS Usability Team he is working on a better, future proof backend - in his vision TYPO3 CMS reaches a state where the backend is respecting the circumstances and the needs of the user and adapting to that.
Likes Transformers, a lot.
Marco is a web developer with over 9 years experience. He started in 2007 using TYPO3 for developing web applications and websites for different agencies.
Currently, he is working for webconsulting.at where he is taking care about frontend development.
In his free time he spends most of the time behind big old cameras and the darkroom developing film.
Thomas's first contact with TYPO3 happened in 2004 with version 3.5 as an integrator. Since then he used it for all CMS relevant projects. After beeing a freelancer for some time after school, he joined in 2007 DFAU as a media designer apprentice. Until today he managed to shape DFAU's strengths in TYPO3 based solutions and becoming CTO and partner of the DFAU GmbH.
During the TYPO3 Developer Days 2008 he has been hooked up by the community spirit and been constantly around until today in various roles.
In his spare time you can find him mostly building his house with his wife, tinkering with stuff or BBQing.
Susanne has been part of the TYPO3 project for the last ten years. Originally studying media economics she quickly realized that programming was more than a hobby and started working in IT.
She works at team neusta mainly as a scrum master and "unit testing coach". While for the main part not actively developing at work she is still a vocal advocate for TYPO3 and does a lot of architectural consulting.
In her free time she loves reading, dancing, learning C# and doing code katas.
Mona first got to know TYPO3 a bit more than 2 1/2 years ago when she did her internship at the curo GmbH and got thrown into the world of web developing.
By participating in the junior program of the TYPO3 GmbH last year for about 3 month, she got sucked into the TYPO3 universe and started her first contributions.
Right now she works full-time for the curo GmbH and the Rheinschafe GmbH, where you can find her curled up in a blanket, sipping a hot beverage and annoying her boss.
In her free time she loves to spend time with her family, multitask backstage for a theater group and read.
Frank is a core developer of TYPO3 CMS since october 2014. He started with TYPO3 3.7.
Frank is working as a Senior Developer for iosoft | websolutions and the daily busines is the setup of small and big TYPO3 CMS instances.
In the rare spare time, he likes to play bowling and is playing it in a professional league. Also he is an active red cross member since about 25 years.
Ingo has been a database , system- and network administrator for a long time now. He is using TYPO3 since 2006 mainly as an administrator but also as editor.
At the TYPO3 camp Rhein/Ruhr he had a very interesting weekend and gained some insight into the development of TYPO3 packages. So he wishes to contribute his knowledge at the T3UXW especially for refurbishing the GOV-Package.
In his spare time he is an enthusiastic geocacher and spends his time with cycling, hiking and climbing.
Luis comes from Porto, in Portugal, and lives in Germany since 2012. At a young age Luis loved already spending his free time taking and developing photos. The passion for arts and beauty leading to studying Classical Music in Portugal.
After several years working abroad as a volunteer, Luis moved to Germany and started combining his passion for design and informatics into another passion: web design. Luis is now learning “Media Design” at DFAU, in Fürth, where he started working with TYPO3.
In his free time Luis likes taking photos, playing music and learning new things.
Gernot has started working with TYPO3 in 2004. He is the creator of the well known TYPO3 extension Mask, that enables people to create custom content elements from a wizard within the TYPO3 backend.
He is a member of the TYPO3 Association and actively participating as a member of the TYPO3 education team and trainer network.
In his daily job he is the CEO of WEBprofi[l], an Austrian agency with 5 employees.
Hi, my name is Sandra and I am from Rosenheim in Oberbayern - as you may hear. Originally, I'm actually from the marketing communication area. Meanwhile, as a Professional Scrum Master and Product Owner at in2code, I take care of the management of large-scale projects - especially in the area of universities and colleges.
When managing a TYPO3 project, it is very important to me that future editors find their way quickly and easily in the backend and enjoy working with TYPO3. Unfortunately, this point is quickly neglected. I'd like users in the TYPO3 backend to only see the things they really need and intuitively know where to look to get to a specific destination.
As the official CEO of the TYPO3 company Mathias will be taking over the role of a project manager and community pit bull for the event.
Also being an active contributor and member of the CMS team it is his main duty to keep the results aligned with the current development in the core.
During ACMEs he is also responsible for handling the outside communication so he could be utilized to help out here as well.
Having set up his first private website back in 1997 (which was followed by many years of sporadic hobby development), Michael has been working from 2008 with TYPO3 in communication and technology agencies, where he participated in TYPO3 projects for small-/medium-/large-sized companies, corporations, associations and universities.
Since 2017 he is working as freelance web developer.
Michael prefers to collaborate with interdisciplinary teams on equal terms and likes to work in a pragmatic manner with flexible handling of requirements within realistic possibilities.
Kay is a freelancer as WebDeveloper since over 10 years.
During the last 10 years he did a lot of projects with TYPO3 especially in the educational sector.
One of the most interesting projects was the SBS SchulCMS founded in 2005. This project allows schools to start their own site easily with a preconfigured and restricted environment. During the project he spent a lot of time developing tools around templavoila and templavoila_framework, which now results in big knowledge which is great for developing TYPO3 Themes based on the new Twitter Bootstrap Base Package.
From the United Kingdom, Tom has been using TYPO3 since 2008. Working on both small and large projects within local government.
He is also responsible for the TYPO3 screencast team and is tasked with finding ways to better promote and champion TYPO3 in the UK.
Programming since 2005. The first version of TYPO3 i worked with was TYPO3 4.5, this was in 2012.
My hobbies, which I like to do in my free time, are diving, motorcycling and barbecue.
Holger has been working in the agency business for 15 years and got in touch with TYPO3 for the first time back in 2008. Since then he was involved in numerous TYPO3 projects as designer, front-end developer, project manager and creative director. In 2018 Holger started working freelance as “Full-Stack Designer” and consultant. His focus is on UX and UI design and he is a big fan of design systems.
He likes to think out of the box and is passionate about everything related to design and art.
Ralf is Technical Lead Developer at TRITUM and responsible for complex TYPO3 setups. He's also maintaining the company's deployment infrastructure.
In 2015, the team of TRITUM decided to take over the development of the system extension "form". Ralf is the guy, who does all the coding and rewrote EXT:form to port the code to extbase and fluid.
Ralf enjoys good music and loves to cook.
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