February 21, 2013
We in Perforce engineering are counting down the days to Merge 2013, The Perforce Conference. In 75 days we’ll have the opportunity to meet with many of our customers face-to face to share our innovations and hear what’s on your mind.
February 20, 2013by Randy DeFauw
February 14, 2013
Recently, I participated on an interactive panel at the Engineering Leadership Special Interest Group (EL SIG). A SIG is an organization that provides opportunities to exchange knowledge and connections.Posted In:
February 11, 2013by Don Marti, Technical Marketing Manager (@dmarti)
Michael Lopp, better known to blog readers as Rands, once wrote, "With each passing year, the size of the engineering teams contributing to my products has steadily shrunk. What's going on? Are we getting collectively smarter as developers? Nope, we're just distributing the load."Posted In:
February 07, 2013by Mark Warren, Marketing Director (@mark_warren)Posted In:
February 05, 2013by Randy DeFauw
Perforce replication is progressing along a steady arc of improved performance and behavior. Proxy servers for several years offered a way to keep archive content closer to end users. In the early days of replication, replicas were vanilla read-only copies of a Perforce repository. Then came role-specific replication, with behaviors crafted for particular use cases like supporting build automation.