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 almost every T3BOARD as of 2009.
This guy, also known as T3BATMAN, is working with TYPO3 since 2000 and became a core team member in 2005. 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 national broadcasting companies.
Since working on governmental websites the interest has raised for usability, but mainly accessibility. In 2009 and 2014 he was also part of the User Experience Week.
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.
Being the author of several books Thomas is an exprienced writer and therefor will be repsonsible for the dsitributions topic.
Thomas is a web applications developer with over 7 years experience in developing large web applications with open source technologies. He started in 2007 using TYPO3 for developing web applications and websites for different agencies.
Currently, he is a freelance and has just founded his own company called coding.ms. He has managed many large web projects in the past, even developing a whole ERP/CRM system for a large international company.
Andi has started doing web projects when they were pure HTML. His first TYPO3 experience was the creation of a community portal in 2007. Since then he has coordinated numerous TYPO3 projects as a project manager. At in2code he is part of the Content Publisher team which has given him a new perspective on the backend of TYPO3.
Andi is a pattern enthusiast and spends his spare time swordfencing or driving crap cars to any end of the world he can find.
Kerstin is a webworker since 1997 and still fascinated by this medium. She’s been working as frontend-developer and project manager in big and small agencies in the south and in the north of Germany.
Since 2013 she works as a freelancer. Her focus is frontend-development and TYPO3-integration (since 2006). She advises and supports her customers. She does TYPO3-trainings for editors and supports them.
In her spare time she loves nordic walking and singing in a choir. At the weekend she enjoys walking with her family at the coast and the beaches of the Baltic sea. Sometimes she accompanies her family to go sailing which she loves as long as the weather is fine and the sea is calm.
Carla is going to refurbish the good old government package to transform it into a distribution for accessible and responsible TYPO3 websites.
She is working with TYPO3 since 2003. 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 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.
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.
Working since 8 as freelancer focused on Frontend, Natalie worked in several TYPO3 Projects, such as Goldbeck or Geniale Bielefeld. During the last years she's doing a lot of customer trainings, project management and worked as Teacher for TYPO3 Editors as well.
As community and sharing loving person, she organized Webmontag in Bielefeld and organize our Office.
In spare time she loves music, doing sports or share time with friends.
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.
Christian is an active developer of TYPO3 CMS for a while now. He handed in his first core patch in July 2007 and is nowadays involved in all main architectural core changes.
Working as a Senior Consultant for portaltech reply he is in touch with some rather big TYPO3 CMS instances.
In his free time he likes feeding and caring his pet and doing various entertaining stuff in Hamburg.
Peter is a freelancer since 2004 and works for for graphic design and web agencies in Augsburg and Munich. He has experience with TYPO3 since 2004 as an integrator and web developer, and especially from the viewpoint of an editor. His TYPO3 projects includes of course developing and integrating, but most end with editor trainings for clients including individual manuals for the special installation. Optimizing the user experience of his editors is therefore his most important goal.
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.
Andrea has been a freelancer since 2000 and was an early member of the typo3.ug.nrw. In 2012 she started participating in the TYPO3 Usergroup Niederrhein | Euregio.
During the last years she has been busy with a lot of projects with TYPO3 - mostly for small companies, municipal offices or associations, like TIBET HOUSE GERMANY e.V. She frequently takes over extensive updates of company websites as an external service provider, too.
One project she cares a lot about is a vacation rental website in Le Marche, Italy, made with TYPO3. She greatly enjoys visiting this fantastic region every year, contacting landlords and checking out new interesting vacation rentals for the platform.
In her spare time she likes to do Nordic Walking in the green surroundings at the beautiful Niederrhein or you can find her reading a book.
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.
That is Dave! Dave is Frank Näglers personal Minion. Every time Frank commits bullshit to the TYPO3 core, it was Dave. Dave is part of the TYPO3 community since January 2015. He loves the community and especially the two mice of Anja. Benjamin Kott is his best friend.
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.
As the official product owner of TYPO3 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.
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.
During his career he has played many different roles related to customer ICT needs, developing relational abilities both in the client customer relationship and in internal projects development.
His liberal arts education allows him to efficiently manage relationships with all different professional roles involved in projects, keeping focus on objectives while mediating if and when conflicts arise, improving collaboration and agreement level.
As a Senior Web Developer he provides support during all software development phases, requirement analysis, design and development mostly in TYPO3 CMS projects. Having to work in projects for public administrations, he has developed good knowledge of web accessibility standards and Italian Laws.
He is one of the organizers of the Italian TYPO3 camp and together with a team of volunteers he represents TYPO3 at the Internet Festival in Pisa.
Juan Manuel started to do websites for fun in 97 and got his first real job related with websites in 2005. Since then, he tried a lot of different CMS until he met TYPO3 in 2010, which changed his way of thinking.
He started with Frontend but he realized he was better as a developer than a designer, so he started to dig more into middleware, design patterns, TDD, CI, etc. Currently he works as a remote freelancer and he is part of the FluidTYPO3 team since 2015.
Juan Manuel loves wine, dogs, nudism around Balearic beaches, cooking (especially big paellas), and growing vegetables and plants. He started to sail the last summer and he used to do hip hop a few years ago.
Heike is an experienced programmer since 1994. She has been working with TYPO3 at hmmh in major projects for four years. She has begun as a frontend-developer, but is writing her own extensions now.
Heike is enthusiastic about the community and the TYPO3-Camps she has visited so far. She also writes instructions, does training for editors and likes creative activities.
In her spare time, she is busy at her wooden house, gardens and takes care of her Pyrenean mountain dogs. She also likes to be on the go with her camera.
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.