March 18, 2014by Matthew Birky, Associate QA/Test Engineer at Perforce SoftwarePosted In:
March 18, 2014This is a guest blog post by Heather Van Steenburgh, Senior Director of Systems Development at Tableau Software
I’d take this opportunity to share a few thoughts in advance of the upcoming panel discussion on Continuous Delivery. Something I’ve been thinking about recently is the difference between Continuous Delivery and “constantly releasable."
March 17, 2014by Natalie Estrada, Marketing Events Manager at Perforce Software
We're excited to be at GDC this week! The Game Developers Conference in San Francisco is our favorite event of the year and we are ramping up for our biggest show ever.
We'll be demoing Swarm, our new social coding tool for Perforce+Git, and hosting two happy hours. Stop by booth #824 to catch a buzz on us and enter to win a Sonos Sound System ($2,000 value).Posted In:
March 13, 2014by Don Parker, CEO at Shotgun Software
Next week at the Game Developers Conference (GDC) we’re rolling out our first pass of Shotgun with Perforce integration.Posted In:
March 11, 2014by George Swan, Senior Director of Software at Perforce
As you are probably aware, there is a new trend forming in software development - Continuous Delivery (CD). There is quite a groundswell forming out there!
That trend includes Perforce, as we have decided to also move to Continuous Delivery. But why? Before outlining the benefits, it might be helpful to first describe what CD means to us within the Engineering organization at Perforce.Posted In:
March 06, 2014by Ajit Zadgaonkar, Senior Director of Software Engineering at Edmunds.com
In 1995, Edmunds.com launched as the first automotive information website. Today, visitors from around the world come to us for automotive data, research and advice, knowing they’ll find the most up-to-date information and constantly improved tools.