Product information "TYPO3 Certified Developer"
A TYPO3 CMS Certified Developer (TCCD) has to have experience collected through projects, should know the architecture, design patterns, best practices, and a fair share of internals both TYPO3 CMS and the extension framework.
TYPO3 CMS Certified Developer can implement an extension completely in a state-of-the-art way. They write clean code by following the TYPO3 Coding Guidelines (CGL) and they are well versed in a wide range of topics, from the initial setup of an extension up to the point of publishing it in the TYPO3 Extension Repository (TER). More information about the TCCD can be found here: https://typo3.org/certification/developer
The online certification exam is a multiple-choice test that consists of questions from various topics. Next to each question you get a hint of how many options are correct. A question stem consists of several options, one or more correct options and one or more distractors. To pass a question you need to identify the correct option(s).
Exam time: 90 Min.
Amount of questions: 75
Correctly answered questions to pass: 51
The TYPO3 CMS Certified Developer certificate expires 24 months after the date of issue. You can attend our annual TYPO3 CertiFUNcation event to extend the validity of the certificate for an additional 12 months.
How will you receive your voucher after ordering and paying?
Your Exam Access Voucher will NOT be sent via email to you. You can find your Exam Access Voucher on My TYPO3 >> My Profile under Exam Access Vouchers.
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Unused vouchers can either be redeemed under "REDEEM VOUCHER" or given to someone else.
All TYPO3 online certification exams are carried out via the online exam tool ProctorU, TYPO3's proctoring partner.
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