October 16, 2012
by Liz Lam (@p4liz)
As written in an earlier post, I despise using my mouse. I run Linux natively and prefer to spend my work day in the comfort of my terminal windows. Every once in a while, I am assigned a project that requires me to come out of my shell (no pun intended). When I was given the task of testing P4VS, our Visual Studio Plug-in, the first thing I looked for was a way to create custom Perforce shortcut keys.
October 02, 2012
by Christopher Seiwald, President and Chief Technology Officer
This morning we unveiled important capabilities for companies using Git. Perforce's new solution, Git Fusion, introduces ways to use Git for projects that don’t fit neatly into a single Git repository.
When we first set out to build this product, our goal was to make the Git experience more productive for everyone, more than just helping Git play nicely with our Software Version Management solutions.
September 27, 2012
by Randy DeFauw @rdefauw
Single sign-on (SSO) across all your important enterprise applications is the holy grail of many IT shops. Security and password control are incredibly important, and the problem can spiral out of control if your users have 10 different passwords to remember.
September 17, 2012
by Patrick McGarry, Ecosystem Manager (@scuttlemonkey)
“Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition!” —Monty Python
September 12, 2012
A quick update for our Visual Studio users: The P4VS team just released an update to P4VS with support for Visual Studio 2012. This version has an updated UI consistent with the Windows UI introduced by Microsoft this year. There are a few other improvements as well.
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.