Die T3CON07 DVDs sind endlich fertig und wurden eben verschickt... :)

== DVD 1 ==

  1. TYPO3 - I18N, L10N, Translation - Daniel Zielinski, Andreas Otto
  2. User oriented communication. The personas method and its practical use - Jürgen Egeling, Prof. Dr. Frank Thissen
  3. Introducing MySQL Clustering for TYPO3 with 'Sequoia' Open Source Software - Ekkehard Guembel
  4. Typoscript 2.0 - Robert Lemke, Karsten Dambekalns
  5. Implementing a JSR-283 Content Repository in PHP - Karsten Dambekalns
  6. Inspiring to compare - Antje Möller, Gina Steiner, Thomas Hempel, Wolfgang Schröder

== DVD 2 ==

  1. Don't call us, we'll call you. - Optimize your T3 projects by using a PHP-Framework - Peter Foerger
  2. Standardizing the Content Repository - David Nuescheler
  3. Extension hacking - Lars Houmark
  4. Company Management and Collaboration with TYPO3 - Soeren Schaffstein
  5. PHP 6 Unicode and i18n - Robert Lemke, Karsten Dambekalns
  6. TYPO3 for educational institutions - Claudio Cathomen
  7. Using taxonomies to organize your pages and content - Mads Brunn

== DVD 3 ==

  1. Imperia Importer - Matthias Schreiber
  2. ICE Pack - A new concept for Individual Content Elements - Jo Hasenau
  3. 20 Things you may not know about TYPO3 - Jochen Weiland
  4. Let's Get Stronger - OpenID and other Advanced Concepts for Secure TYPO3 Logon - Ekkehard Gümbel
  5. Increasing usability by using AJAX for frontend and backend forms in TYPO3 - Stefan Bauer, Michael Fritz
  6. TYPO3 Frontend Rendering - Michael Stucki
  7. TYPO3 4.x - Next steps to go - Ingo Renner

== DVD 4 ==

  1. Conference opening - Jürgen Egeling
  2. T3CON07 Keynote - Kasper Skårhøj
  3. Designed for Excellence. TYPO3 5.0's problem solving capabilities in real world applications - Daniel Hinderink, Robert Lemke
  4. Development with TYPO3 5.0 - Robert Lemke
  5. TYPO3 Certification Team - Sander Vogels
  6. Best paper award official end of conference - Jürgen Egeling
  7. Credits - Video Team

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