September 12, 2012
by Julia Angell, Senior Marketing Manager
At last year's user conference, we made a bold promise to help you 'version everything.' And lots of you have done just that, taking Perforce into uncharted territories. And that's why our next conference is all about Perforce "in the wild."
September 05, 2012
by James Creasy, Director of Product Technology @p4james
My job entails a lot of reading about technology and the people that work with it. An essay titled Here's How To Deal With Millennials Who Aren't Ready To Face Real Challenges on businessinsider.com caught my eye recently.Posted In:
August 23, 2012
I’m always a fan of not having to make tough choices. Zero calorie anything, ‘educational’ cartoons for my son...these are some of life’s finer pleasures. The new metadata unloading tools in Perforce fall into this category of pain-free indulgence.
August 21, 2012
by Liz Lam (@p4liz)
I recently had the opportunity to spend some time with our Girls Inc. marketing intern. She is a junior from one of our local high schools and had an interest in getting some hands-on Perforce exposure. I only had an hour so I kept my goals simple. I wanted to teach her how to create her very first "Hello World" shell script, check it into the depot, make edits, and view revision history with some of our tools.Posted In:
August 17, 2012
by James Creasy, Director of Product Technology, Perforce Software
When Internet pioneer Marc Andreessen argued software is "poised to take over large swathes of the economy," he generated a great deal of attention. Clearly, readers of the Wall Street Journal are fascinated by the impact that software will have on our world in the coming years.
As Andreessen argues, software companies are "invading and overturning established industry structures. Over the next 10 years, I expect many more industries to be disrupted by software, with new world-beating Silicon Valley companies doing the disruption in more cases than not."Posted In:
August 17, 2012
Good news for all of Perforce's Visual Studio users: Perforce has committed to releasing an update for P4VS, our Visual Studio plug-in, within 30 days of the release of Visual Studio 2012. The biggest visible change will be an updated set of icons and UX styles to match the Visual Studio 2012 guidelines.