September 08, 2014This is a guest blog post by Chris Makin, IT infrastructure administrator at Playground GamesPosted In:
September 05, 2014by Robert Cowham, Senior Consultant at Perforce Software
Having only one Perforce Server in an organization makes life simpler, and as you know, it can easily scale to support thousands of users and petabytes of data. However in real life, there is often more than one Perforce Server in a single organization, let alone when two or more organizations are sharing development work.
September 04, 2014by Matt Attaway, Director of Community Support (@p4mataway)
As someone who has made a career out of making tools for Perforce, one of my biggest frustrations has always been that there isn’t a good place to put them. I could put them on a code hosting site, but how will people find them? I could write about them here on the blog, but how do people find out about changes and updates that would benefit them?Posted In:
September 02, 2014by Mark Warren, Marketing Director at Perforce Software
September 02, 2014This is a guest blog post by Daniel Anolik, solutions architect of Airborne Navigation Systems at Jeppesen, a Boeing company.Posted In:
August 29, 2014
This is a guest post by researcher and author Gene Kim
One of the most startling findings this year studying over 9,200 survey responses was that version control was consistently one of the highest predictors of performance. And furthermore, that version controlling the production environment was an even higher predictor of performance than version controlling code!