Category: General Geekery
April 08, 2016Robert Orr, Systems Software Engineer at Tableau Software and Ed Mack, Staff Systems Software Engineer at Tableau Software
Perforce servers contain a gold mine of data. Interesting data can include the number of changelists per day, the trends in your user license count or the amount of replication lag in your distributed environment.
What data do you extract from Perforce, and how do you use it?
March 31, 2016
We truly live in a connected world. There are so many ways to engage with one another that it's almost mind boggling. The Perforce Community is not an exception to that trend.
February 18, 2016When my refrigerator stopped producing cold air and decided to live the simple life of a room temperature box, I cringed at the idea of having to spend the money and shop around for a new one. Well thankfully, not all appliances are so cringeworthy. The Perforce Workshop is a place where developers can share tools (Perforce and non-Perforce alike) and collaborate on projects. There are such occassions where someone might want to have something like the Workshop but as an appliance to use privately. I decided to experiment with this idea for my own personal needs using a Raspberry Pi 2, which at $35 makes for a cheap private appliance.
January 15, 2016
January 04, 2016
PerforceHappy New Year! Sharing predictions for the coming year has become a tradition at Perforce. In the past, we’ve waxed philosophic about world events and general market trends. This year, however, we focus squarely on our version control and collaboration space.
December 09, 2015
We recently hosted a DevTalk webinar, “Better Together: Adventures in Pair Programming” describing our journey with pair programming. We received many great questions we wanted to follow up with a blog post. But first, if you missed the webinar and would like to see it, you can access it here at your convenience.