March 25, 2013
by Nellie LeMonier (@p4nellie)
We at Perforce love going to GDC because we love talking to our game developer users. We'll be at GDC this Wednesday through Friday at the Moscone Exhibit Hall, Booth 942. Please stop by to say hello! We want to hear about your experience with Perforce, show you a demo of our latest products, and give you a very cool t-shirt (while supplies last.)Posted In:
March 21, 2013by Matt Attaway (@p4mataway)
A version control system is only as good as your ability to make use of it. It needs to be at your fingertips wherever you are creating or retrieving content. That is why at Perforce we have put a lot of energy over the years into integrating with your development tools, your art tools, and even your operating system.
March 20, 2013by Sheri Aguirre, Head of Public Relations (@P4sheriPR)
March 19, 2013by Randy DeFauw
Supporting a global development team is a constant series of challenges. How can you make sure that all of your developers have fast, consistent access to the data they need, whether they're in Boston or Bangalore? How can you oversee everything they're doing? And how can you avoid giving your administration team a migraine in the process?
March 18, 2013
Bob Dever, Director of Corporate Marketing
You might have noticed that we recently redesigned our website. We’ve made some upgrades to not only the look of the site but its functionality as well. Our goals were to streamline the way you navigate the site—with special attention to the download experience. For example, now when you select a product to download, you’ll see links to the documentation, system requirements, etc. for the specific version of the product you want.Posted In:
March 15, 2013
by George Georgiev, Technical Lead at Perforce
Test-Driven Development, or TDD, is a software development process that is well described in a number of books, articles and on the web. Often Test Driven Development is mistakenly perceived as an alternative to Business Driven Development because of the similarity of the names. In fact these two are completely orthogonal – while BDD is a business strategy, TDD is a development process strategy. In other words, BDD is more about what to do, while TDD is more about how to do it.
Here’s a summary of the best practices based on my personal experience with it.