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TYPO3 Usergroup Lake Constance

The TYPO3 Usergroup Lake Constance is the contact point for all people interested in TYPO3 in the Lake Constance area.

At our meetings there are lectures, sessions and discussions on all kinds of topics ranging from TYPO3, web development, CSS, JavaScript, PHP to the meaning of life and the best beer or whisky.

We meet once a month at "rotating" meeting points around Lake Constance.

Due to the current situation, the meetings are currently held online as video conferences. Everybody interested in TYPO3 is warmly invited!
May 2020

Our meeting points around the lake

News

Beim Online-Treffen am 08.09.2020 konnten wir wieder einen Blick auf ein anderes CMS werfen: Sulu

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The July meeting was again a pure online meeting, but again with participants from all over Germany.

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At the meeting on June 9th we have with us as special guest Bastian Allgeier, the developer of the content management system Kirby!

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The upcoming meeting on May 12th will be an online meeting via zoom.

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The meeting planned for April 14 in Wangen will be held online.

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Unfortunately the meeting point in Kreuzlingen is no longer available for us.

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There are a few important changes to the future meetings.

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The October meeting took place at the internet agency websedit in Ravensburg.

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On September 10 we met in Singen at the Elma Schmidbauer GmbH. Many thanks to Jan Kiesewetter for the organisation!

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The WebMeetup Lake Constance again becomes the TYPO3 Usergroup Lake Constance

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Information about meetings, communication with the participants

Slack

Of course we also use Slack for exchanging information. For this we have our own channel in the official TYPO3 Slack.

Click here to open our Slack channel

Facebook

You're on Facebook? Then take a look at our page.

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