P4 Blog

  • September 04, 2014


    As someone who has made a career out of making tools for Perforce, one of my biggest frustrations has always been that there isn’t a good place to put them. I could put them on a code hosting site, but how will people find them? I could write about them here on the blog, but how do people find out about changes and updates that would benefit them?

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  • September 02, 2014

     

    If you’re working in the area of automotive electronics, it’s an exciting time but it’s also highly challenging. Find out some of the key drivers for change.

  • September 02, 2014

     

    Thanks to the many benefits of Perforce, including its robust API, we built an SCM framework optimized for component sharing across different teams and projects.

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  • August 29, 2014


    One of the most startling findings this year studying over 9,200 survey responses was that version control was consistently one of the highest predictors of performance. And furthermore, that version controlling the production environment was an even higher predictor of performance than version controlling code!

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  • August 28, 2014


    Here at Spirent, we develop innovative software testing solutions for the communications industry that allow engineers to evaluate the performance of the latest technologies, infrastructure and applications before they’re deployed worldwide.

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  • August 27, 2014


    One of the many things I like about Perforce is that it can help make the switch from semiautomatic scripted deployments to modern IT automation with Puppet. With its speed and scalability, Perforce takes in all existing assets like binaries, scripts, config files—even database dumps or VM images—and helps restructure your deployment assets to modular code lines.

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