May 02, 2012
Whew, busy day! Today well over a hundred Perforce users joined us at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View to get a taste of new Perforce products and solutions, including Commons, Chronicle, and P4Sandbox.
April 30, 2012
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April 26, 2012
by Bryan Pendleton
As multicore systems become more prevalent, system architects are hard at work trying to provide functionality that allows applications to use those cores effectively. One proposal that is moving from the theoretical stage to the practical stage is known by the terminology "transactional memory" (TM), or "Hardware Transactional Memory (HTM).Posted In:
April 24, 2012
by Randy DeFauw @rdefauw
Migrating from one SCM system to another is never a trivial decision, so I’m always impressed by the steady stream of sites making the switch from Subversion to Perforce. The reasons vary, although the need for better performance and branching/merging usually top the list.
April 19, 2012
by Bob Dever
When we changed the Perforce tagline to “Version Everything” last fall, we thought it would help set the stage for new capabilities, features and products we’ll deliver in the months and years ahead. And while some might have found the term aspirational, a recent survey shows it’s actually not far from the current reality.
April 18, 2012
At Perforce we're pretty agnostic about development tools and processes. Whatever your IDE of choice, we want to either offer a great integration or make it easy for someone else to provide one. So, I'm pretty excited to announce our new Perforce Plug-in for Visual Studio (P4VS). This new plugin makes Perforce a first class citizen in the Visual Studio world.