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Magento 2 developer trainings in March and April

Written by Jisse Reitsma on 20 Mar 2017

Here we are again: Last year and beginning of this year, we organized various rounds of Magento 2 developer trainings, and because the courses have been so popular, we are now repeating the same 4 trainings again March and April, starting this Friday (and we are open for last minute subscriptions!).

Best performance for Magento 2 development

Written by Jisse Reitsma on 19 Mar 2017

Often I hear that Magento 2 is slow and loading its pages in dozens in seconds. Strange I would say, because my Magento 2 development environment is fast, faster than a Magento 1 shop could be. Here are some ground rules to make your Magento 2 in development fast too.

Using composer with commercial Yireo extensions

Written by Jisse Reitsma on 16 Feb 2017

With Magento 2, composer is supported out of the box. Free extensions can easily be downloaded via public repositories like GitHub. However, for commercial extensions we have decided to setup our own private repository that can be accessed through a subscription URL. This guide explains how to install commercial Magento 2 extensions created by Yireo.

Woohoo, now I am a Magento Master

Written by Jisse Reitsma on 8 Feb 2017

Last week the official word came out: I'm awarded with the title Magento Master - more specifically a Mover. I'm really honored with this, so wanted to dedicate a small blog on this. Here is what, why and how awesome.

Proper Magento 2 deployment

Written by Jisse Reitsma on 5 Feb 2017

More and more Magento 2 projects reach their final stage all across the world. And with that, the question what would be the ideal deployment procedure also pops up. During trainings I have been discussing the right steps over and over again. Even though I do not build shops itself, here's a writeup on what I think would be a proper deployment of Magento 2.

Mirroring Magento 2 Marketplace

Written by Jisse Reitsma on 12 Jan 2017

Before I start writing, first of all, big kudos to Alan Storm who wrote an excellent blog where I actually got all of my details from. This guide is mainly meant to extend his post with some further thoughts and practical steps.

Looking forward to 2017

Written by Jisse Reitsma on 2 Jan 2017

Happy new year everyone! We hope you enjoyed the holidays and we hope you are looking forward to a great exciting 2017. May all your wishes come true and the force be with you. Cheesiness set aside, we honestly believe 2017 is going to be a great year. And we love to share some of our ideas for 2017 with you.

Looking back at Magento 2 Seminar v2

Written by Jisse Reitsma on 5 Nov 2016

Time flies when you're having fun. And we had great fun on Friday October 21st 2016 with another version of our Magento 2 Seminar event. Here is a recap of this great community event that took place in The Netherlands.

Security releases for Magento and Joomla

Written by Jisse Reitsma on 26 Oct 2016

We hope you did not miss this news: Various security patches came out last weeks, and you should be upgrading soon, if not already. This mailing is another reminder for this.

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