January 27, 2016
Deniece Moxy, Senior Product Manager
Perforce rings in the New Year with a new version of Helix Swarm. In release 2015.4, Swarm creates a better user experience for team collaboration.
As users update files or implement a feature, they may want feedback on their work prior to committing changes to the server. To accomplish this, they shelve their changes and request a review. Swarm now makes it easier than ever for users to view their pending shelf changes, request reviews, and view review statuses directly from within the Swarm UI. You can access the shelved changes tab from within the Swarm user profile page.
January 22, 2016
Matt Attaway, VP of Community Support (@p4mataway)One of the nice things about working with Perforce Helix streams is that the system handles creating and updating workspace views for you. A lot of the power of Helix comes from the flexibility of workspace views, but manipulating them is a bit of a dark art. A popular reason to learn this dark art is to exclude large files you don’t need; why sync a multi-gigabyte file you’ll never look at? Thankfully Ignored paths and virtual streams can help us get that level of control without learning the intricacies of workspace views.
January 20, 2016
By Steph Turner, Software Engineer at Perforce SoftwarePerforce Software and the Perforce Foundation are continuing their support of the community by partnering in the Innovation Studio at the College of Alameda.Posted In:
January 15, 2016
January 14, 2016Mark Warren, Director of Product MarketingWe're very excited about the speakers and talks for MERGE 2016! The agenda includes a wide variety of content - thought leadership from industry luminaries like Gene Kim, detailed technical insights from Perforce staff, and real-world experiences from Perforce users from around the world.Posted In:
January 13, 2016Gabe Weiss, Technical Lead at Perforce Software
How many times have you heard "Gotta sync the project, COFFEE BREAK!". No matter how fast your source control is, if you have to retrieve a ton of files from your server, you're gonna be moving at the speed of the internet. So how do you speed up the process? There's a couple ways to do it. One, improve your bandwidth, or two, move the files in parallel.Posted In: