November 12, 2012
by Natalie Estrada, Marketing Events Specialist
On Sunday, November 11th, Perforce competed in the Github Dodgeball Invitational for the second year. Github stepped it up a notch this year and brought in the World Dodgeball Society to lead the tournament.
Our team, obliterate -y, destroyed the competition and made it to the semi-final round (top 4) in a field of 20!Posted In:
November 09, 2012
by Randy DeFauw
Git Fusion adds another interesting tool to Perforce's arsenal for supporting large scale automated processes, particularly at remote sites. The arsenal already contained proxies and replicas in different configurations, so now you have even more flexibility to keep up to speed with the needs of continuous integration and continuous delivery.
November 06, 2012
by Pam Maners, Corporate Events Coordinator
We had our first Perforce Bazaar on Friday, Oct 26, and it was a success! The event was a fundraiser for the Kitchen of Champions, a hands-on, 12-week employment training program that helps prepare people for fair-wage positions in the food and hospitality industry. It's one of the many community fundraisers we organize at Perforce and we're always looking to do more.Posted In:
November 05, 2012
by Randy DeFauw
If you think auditing is something you only worry about when the IRS comes calling, stop reading now. But if you're concerned about maintaining a full record of who accessed your IP, read on.
November 02, 2012
by Nellie LeMonier (@p4nellie)
A lot of our customers are getting excited about our new product, Git Fusion, and the direction Perforce is going with this product. The Git Fusion train is moving full speed and our team is committed to another release this year as well as several more in 2013. We are constantly ensuring that the features we commit to delivering are both useful and don't introduce unnecessary risk.
October 31, 2012
by Don Marti, Technical Marketing Manager
Figure 1: With an integration repository, you can quickly collect and organize your internal changes -- and publish them for outside open-source developers to discuss and apply.Posted In: