After the video training for TYPO3 version 9, Wolfgang Wagner now offers a video training for version 11, which I did not miss.
The goal for participants is the development of an appealing website in the currently latest TYPO3 version.
Wolfgang Wagner's courses are characterized by a high level of professionalism, both in terms of his extensive TYPO3 expertise, built up over many years as a practitioner, and in terms of the conception of the courses.
Wolfgang teaches TYPO3 always on the latest state of the art of TYPO3 development, but also the "state of the art" in terms of, for example, development environment (Docker/DDEV) and helpful tools, supported with numerous further tips.
This is done with a high standard of the very well thought-out and very well structured overall concept and a logically very well comprehensible structure of the individual video lessons.
The new video training for TYPO3 11 has been expanded in scope to meet the high demands and now includes 260 individual instructional videos in the "Masterclass".
In addition, there is bonus material as well as the entire code as a script, which can be accessed at any time.
As another significant innovation, Wolfgang has introduced regular live coaching, in which he himself answers questions from participants. Participating progressors also provide support.
The live coaching sessions are recorded and are available to the participants at any time. In this way, the presentation of individual problem solutions also grows steadily.
This new format seems to me to be indispensable, especially for beginners or those returning to the profession, of which I am one. But also for advanced users, the exchange among each other and the mutual support in case of problems will undoubtedly be helpful.
The success of any course stands and falls with its comprehensibility.
In this respect, the video training differs from many other courses offered on YouTube, for example, not least because of Wolfgang Wagner's calm, concentrated, didactically professional way of presenting the material, which is sometimes complex for beginners, in a way that is easy to understand.
Assuming personal commitment and the willingness to get involved with what I still consider to be the best free content management system, participants will be able to successfully implement their own TYPO3 projects.
As a participant of Wolfgang Wagner's second course, I can only recommend this new one with a clear conscience. You will have to search for a better one on the internet for a long time.