Category: Tips & Tricks

  • September 22, 2014


    In this article, we will set up a Raspberry Pi, using the Raspbian distribution, including the Perforce server and client, along with Git Fusion!

    Once we have our Perforce server configured, we will import some projects and view the results from a client workstation.

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  • August 20, 2014


    Recently I was working with a customer who was performing performance tests and they were particularly interested in the performance of sync over a WAN connection.  We were able to get their sync time down from 300 seconds to 15 seconds.


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  • August 14, 2014

    As part of Consulting interactions with our worldwide customers, we get to see some very interesting use-cases and deployment scenarios. While Perforce provides the versioning backbone for hundreds of thousands of developers around the world, it is striking how businesses use Perforce for storing pretty much all of their digital assets.

  • July 11, 2014


    The central operation in any version control system (VCS) like Perforce is the check-in (submit in Perforce-speak), but often not enough consideration is given to the quality of the submit itself, only to the code. 

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  • July 08, 2014


    This is the first in a series of blog posts looking at what happens when you merge or integrate changes between branches (or streams) in Perforce. The goal of this series is to help you understand Perforce’s merge capabilities better.

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  • June 26, 2014


    We love hearing from our customers about the many ways they’re using Perforce. As is the case with many software products, however, it can be hard to put specific numbers behind the benefits we bring to companies using Perforce.