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  • August 11, 2015

    It’s no secret that Perforce Helix is big in the game development world - it’s the best version control system out there if your product is built from a mix of source code and big binaries. With the recent move to make the Unreal Engine available to indie developers for free, more and more people are looking to get UE4 and Perforce Helix to play nice.

    Thankfully the Perforce community has stepped up to help people get started! In just the past month two blogs posts on using Unreal Engine with Helix have popped up online:

  • August 06, 2015
    It's on! MERGE 2016 is coming to San Francisco April 13th - 15th. Merge with your peers, Perforce engineers, executives, partners and thought leaders and prepare to get inspired!
     

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  • August 05, 2015

    Have you checked out the Tutorial Video Library lately? We have both new and updated videos posted, and you can now download any or all of our videos for offline viewing.

  • August 04, 2015

    Maybe you’re a *nix guru but you’re stuck with the Windows computer your company provides. Or perhaps you’re a Windows guru but your current project mandates Cygwin. As one might expect, the Mac runs a third wheel over this whole picture.

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  • July 31, 2015

    Every year, the European games development industry descends upon Brighton—a vibrant coastal town in the south of England—for the annual Develop conference. Two weeks ago, over 1800 developers attended the 2015 event to share their experiences and hear from renowned gurus and indie newcomers. Plus, it was a chance to get up-to-date on the tools and techniques that give game studios the edge they need to succeed in this dynamic and thriving market.

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  • July 30, 2015

    Component-Based Development (CBD) is a development workflow that emphasizes re-use of modules or components across larger development projects. To do CBD right, it’s crucial to track the specific versions of the components of your configuration. Helix Enterprise has powerful features for versioning components and workspaces that are well suited to solving the complex challenges of CBD.

     

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