October 22, 2012
by Randy DeFauw
Collaborating with external contributors on a software project is always challenging. You'll face a different set of challenges if your primary repository is Perforce or Git, of course. If you're working with a partner company or a consulting firm, you have to work out a lot of logistics:
October 18, 2012
by James Creasy, Director of Product Technology, Perforce Software
Nellie LeMonier, Senior UX Designer, one of the many people
at Perforce helping to make your Git world a better place.Posted In:
October 16, 2012
by Liz Lam (@p4liz)
As written in an earlier post, I despise using my mouse. I run Linux natively and prefer to spend my work day in the comfort of my terminal windows. Every once in a while, I am assigned a project that requires me to come out of my shell (no pun intended). When I was given the task of testing P4VS, our Visual Studio Plug-in, the first thing I looked for was a way to create custom Perforce shortcut keys.
October 12, 2012
by Randy DeFauw
(Last post in a five-part series on auditing and compliance)
Wrapping up our series on answering 5 key questions for auditing and compliance, let's turn to the question of making sure that a change was authorized. That's a key process control topic and of keen interest if you're dealing with ISO regulations or complying with security requirements.
October 11, 2012
by Randy DeFauw (@rdefauw)
(Fourth post in a five-part series on auditing and compliance)
October 10, 2012
by Jaimen King
The JavaOne crawl was done for the day,
Vendors had given all their swag away.
While blocks from there, at a brewery in town -
The real show was just about to go down.