February 28, 2013by Julia Angell, Senior Marketing Manager
Merge 2013 speakers slated for April 24-26 Perforce Conference
What’s next? Celebrity sightings? Merge 2013, the Perforce Conference will bring together hundreds of Perforce Software customers, experts and innovators, and looks to break through pre-conceived notions of where versioning does or doesn’t belong.
Attendees will hear how Lucasfilm, best known for creating the Star Wars and Indiana Jones movie franchises, uses Perforce proxies over a high-latency network to share big data halfway around the world. Three experts from Pixar animation studios will reveal how they continue to version everything, including an exclusive look at their archiving and deduping solutions — aptly named the Underminer and Shrink Ray.Posted In:
February 22, 2013by Matt Attaway (@p4mataway)
If you've ever had the chance to attend a Perforce event or spent time in our forums you know that we have an absolutely fantastic community of users and admins. It's hard not to be jazzed about the work we do after chatting with you folks about what you do with Perforce. However, after the events I always find myself wishing I had more time to engage with the community directly and help shine a spotlight on your work. There are as many exciting things happening with Perforce outside our walls as there are inside.Posted In:
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 Perforce
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 Perforce
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: