An OpenSource tool for importing products, category and customers fast and easily. It uses the core Mage_ImportExport functionality and adds new features on top, like importing categories and bundle products. It is often used as a base for custom importers.
These one-day trainings, organized by FireGento, were led by Magento Certified Developer Andreas von Studnitz, co-founder of integer_net. They took place in Cologne, Munich and Berlin, the next one is planned for June in Milan (Italy) right before MageTitansIT.
The training was designed for (more or less) experienced Magento 1 developers who want to get a kick-start into developing with Magento 2.
Directory Structure of Magento 2 Module Structure Controllers Dependency Injection - Basics Exchanging Classes by Preferences Injecting Code by Plugins Events / ObserversMagento Certified Developer Setup Scripts Configuration Frontend Basics Development Best Practice
Stolen customer data, unreachable shops, blackmailings - there is a long list of possible attacks on Magento shops. Andreas von Studnitz, doing Magento shops since 2008, talks about successful and attempted attacks, about security vulnerabilities and other risks. Learn what you as a shop manager can and should do to protect your shop against attacks of all kinds.
Every two months there is the Magento meetup in Aachen, Germany. If you would like to attend or offer a talk, let us know. I can especially recommend our annual Christmas edition with mulled wine and a visit at Aachen Christmas Market.
Trainings can be especially challenging with a heterogeneous audience. For Stämpfli I have repeatedly provided trainings for project managers, sales and customer support employees to help them with their daily work in a digital agency.
Whether we want it or not, we all change. In 2015, I’ve changed a lot – in my life and myself. I moved (about 500 km), left behind my family and friends, started working at a different company and changed my day-to-day work tasks. I also changed my hobbies. I have a few tips how to make changes easier for yourself.
At Integer_net we needed to rebuild a checkout for a client that was moving from a custom built shop to Magento 2 Commerce. Since the default Magento 2 checkout is almost impossible to heavily customize we opted for the option to build it from scratch, using React and the default M2 API.