October 31, 2014by Steph Turner, Software Engineer at Perforce Software (@p4vsteph)
It's October 31st, All Hallows' Eve.
Tonight I'm going to listen to my favorite witch Stevie Nicks sing Rhiannon and skulk where the boundaries between the worlds of the living and the dead overlap. Not only a place where the spirits of P4Win and P4Web wander around looking for bodies to inhabit, but a place where the coolest and latest new Perforce tools are being actively developed. I'm talking about the Perforce Workshop where I can get the right tools and inspiration to build my own Perforce Monster.
October 31, 2014by Robert Cowham, Senior Consultant at Perforce Software
In honor of Halloween, the Perforce Consultants have a few tips to help you keep zombies, witches, ghosts and ghouls away from your Perforce installation and to avoid things that go bump in the night! Here are a few treats that might make your life as a Perforce administrator easier.Posted In:
October 29, 2014by Bob Dever, Senior Director of Corporate Marketing at Perforce
Nothing makes us happier than hearing about our customers’ successes, so we jumped at the chance to capture the thoughts of NVIDIA’s Director of Engineering and IT, Doug Quist, and Director of Architecture, Sharon Clay. You likely know NVIDIA for all they do for the gaming industry, but the company is also making important contributions to the cars we drive, the films we watch, the energy efficiency of today’s supercomputers and much, much more. NVIDIA’s visual computing innovations are even helping find cures to our most challenging diseases.
Watch the 2-minute video on NVIDIA’s use of Perforce.
October 28, 2014
by Jonathan Thorpe, Technical Marketing Manager at Perforce
DevOps Webinar with Gene Kim
If you have ever been tasked with figuring out how to deal with large sets of files or large binaries in a version control system, you’ve probably had problems with performance, reliability and scalability. While there are workarounds that can address some of these issues, the workarounds introduce their own complexity that can be difficult to implement and support.Posted In:
October 24, 2014by Liz Lam, QA Lead Engineer (@p4liz)
I love stories. Each one of us has one to tell. This is the start of a blog series designed to explore the stories of our own Women in Tech at Perforce. It's been fun and inspiring talking to each one of these women. As they share where they've been and how they came to where they are now, it is my hope that others will be encouraged and inspired too.Posted In:
October 23, 2014by Murtaza Amiji, Director of Product Management at Perforce SoftwarePosted In: