Category: General Geekery
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 10, 2014by Liz Lam, QA Lead Engineer (@p4liz)
My first tech mentor was named Simon. He sat me down in front a computer running MS-DOS when I was 9 years old. He encouraged me to explore the system using the "cd" and "dir" commands. He instructed me to look for files ending in "exe", "bat" and "com" in order to run them. He taught me how to copy, move and rename files. He showed me his CAD drawings and how they related to his work with machinery. He was the best mentor a little girl could have. He was patient, understanding, enthusiastic, and he is also my father.Posted In:
February 28, 2014by Liz Lam, QA Engineer at Perforce Software
January 21, 2014Matt Attaway, Open Source Community Manager (@p4mataway)
November 26, 2013by Matt Attaway, Open Source Community Manager (@p4mataway)
'Tis the season where those of us here in the States gorge ourselves on pie and potatoes, watch football, and take some time to ponder what we're thankful for. Friends, family, and good health go without saying, so I'd like to take a moment to reflect on the things I'm thankful for as a software developer in 2013.
November 04, 2013by Ralf Gronkowski, Product Consultant
What are we using this time?
In the first part of this article I explained why to have a report of all changes not related to an approved review for a given branch in Perforce. Now it is time to implement such a report and we need to get our tooling sorted. For the task at hand we need to query Perforce and Swarm data, and although you could use almost anything, I’m picking Groovy as the scripting language.