A New CMS
|Session type||Keynote (75 minutes)|
|Long Abstract||When the core team met in 2006 for creating a vision and roadmap for TYPO3 project, we only had a vague idea of the possible impact a "version 5.0 - usability for developers" could have.
A lot of research went into the new framework and ultimately into the new Content Management System. TYPO3 had so many great features and mechanisms, that it took quite an effort to think outside the box and come up with something even better.
See for yourself, what the ever growing team behind the project with the code name "Phoenix" has created for you.
Robert Lemke is the lead developer of TYPO3 Phoenix and founding developer of the FLOW3 application framework. He is passionate about clean code and found his personal mission in bringing successful development and architecture techniques from other programming languages to the PHP world.
Besides his freelancing work as a software architect and coach, he spends most of his time working for the TYPO3 project. He's also a frequent speaker at T3CON, T3DD and European PHP conferences.
Robert lives in Lübeck, Germany, together with his wife, their two daughters and Vibiemme, their espresso machine.