September 12, 2013
by Stephanie Turner, software engineer at Perforce Software.
On September 10th, I presented a live DevTalk webinar for developers on using Task Streams for better, faster software development. Check out the recording here.
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August 01, 2013by Stephanie Turner (@p4vsteph)
The topic of code line management and policy makes for some lively discussions. If you ask 10 engineers their opinion, you'll get at least 12 answers.
July 03, 2013by Gabe Weiss, Technical Lead for P4V
Task branches, available in 2013.2 P4V, alleviate a lot of the mental stress around deciding when to branch for a fix or feature, and when to do the work directly in the active branch. With task branches, branching is nice and cheap.
June 27, 2013by Ralf Gronkowski, Product Consultant
There is something in it for you: More lightweight branches.
With the 2013.1 release, Perforce enhanced Streams further and added a new stream type called “Task Streams”.
April 16, 2013
As we discussed in a previous post, task streams are a great addition to the Perforce tool set. Along with shelving improvements, they give us useful containers for managing tasks in progress and how they are eventually promoted into a more stable branch.
If you're the Perforce administrator, there are just a few things to keep in mind.
April 04, 2013
A task stream is an incredibly useful concept in version management, and Perforce just made them easier to use and more visible. Let's have a look at what task streams are and how they can help your workflow. Then I'll talk a bit about Perforce's implementation of them.