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Personal Productivity Patterns and Extension Development are the topics of two presentations by AOE developers at this year’s TYPO3 East Europe (T3EE) in Romania. Stefan Rotsch and Tomas Norre Mikkelsen will talk about prioritizing tasks and creating top-notch software, respectively.
The third edition of TYPO3 East Europe (T3EE) will have a decidedly AOE-specific flair. Two AOE developers will be presenting at the international event for TYPO3 developers and enthusiasts, which will take place on November 13 and 14, 2015, in Cluj-Napoca, Romania.
Stefan Rotsch will talk about “Personal Productivity Patterns” on Friday, November 13, from 5:30 p.m to 6:10 p.m.. Find out why it is important to have an exact understanding of responsibilities and priorities in order to make informed decisions about which tasks to tackle first. Please click the link below for the complete abstract.
The topic of Tomas Norre Mikkelsen's presentation on Saturday, November 14 (10:50 to 11:30 a.m.), will be “Extension Development.” Find out how to make the job of developing software easier and why the Cloud is the limit. His current focus will be on Travis CI and the various tools that can be used with it. Click the link for details.
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Agility & Organisation
Digital health collaborations, use cases and business models - exactly our thing! Our healthcare experts led by Alexander Dallmer were at the E-Health Salon in Berlin. In a presentation on agility, they highlighted lessons learned from other industries that are also highly relevant for the healthcare sector. Agility is unfortunately increasingly degenerating into a buzzword: everyone is supposedly working with it, but very few are actually living it. At AOE, we have been working intensively on the subject since our founding in 1999, both in terms of methodology, organization and corporate culture, and in terms of the conditions necessary for it to function efficiently and in fact be practiced. Using real examples from successful agile projects, our presentation will provide inspiration and inspiration for digitization projects in healthcare. Download Presentation (in German)