P4 Blog

  • June 10, 2014

     

    Are you new to Perforce, want to sharpen up your skills, or are moving into an Administration role? We have just released the dates for the next classroom-based public training in the UK, with individual courses covering both User and Administration topics.

  • June 06, 2014

    For administrators of complex installations with multiple deployed replicas, keeping track of the status of the master and each of its replicas can be a significant challenge, and this challenge has only grown with the introduction of Edge Server functionality. To help you cope with the increasing complexity of the task, we have been steadily improving the power of the tools at your disposal.

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  • June 03, 2014

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    This month we are excited to announce P4Search, our new content-based search tool, and new releases of Perforce Swarm, Commons, Insights, and P4VS. We’ve also introduced new features that make review workflows more customizable for your needs. And please note a critical patch update for Git Fusion is now available.

  • June 02, 2014

    We took the opportunity to look into the state of collaboration at the Girl Geeks’ organizations. The results show that there is a growing group of women in technology who place a lot of value on collaboration and the tools that enable it. Of course, this is good news for Perforce and our suite of collaboration tools.

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  • June 02, 2014

     

    Over 200 girl (and guy) geeks attended ‘Girl Geek Dinner #64 at Perforce Software: Collaboration, Not Competition.’ The theme of the event was based on P4 Commandment #8: We are one team. We are not in competition with each other.

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  • May 28, 2014

    Here at Perforce our server is fairly well organized, but with so much content sometimes finding something is akin to finding a needle in a haystack. Thankfully we have something to help find those missing proverbial needles now. P4Search is a Solr-powered search tool that makes it a piece of cake to search the content in your Perforce environment. Here are a few times it recently saved my bacon.

     

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