Perforce Customers to Discuss Best Practices for Scaling
Development Teams While Retaining Quality and Speed to Market
Perforce Goes on European Tour with Crytek, Qualcomm, and Brianlab
Minneapolis, Minn (September 19, 2016) — Perforce Software, leader in version control and source code management, along with Crytek, Qualcomm and Brainlab, will present their latest product development insights during two customer events in Europe: Thursday, Sept. 22 at CodeNode in London, U.K. and Thursday, Sept. 29 at Hotel Sofitel Berlin Gendarmenmarkt in Berlin, Germany.
Attendees will network with Perforce customers and hear development journeys from Qualcomm, Crytek, and Brainlab. Guests can also attend in-person software demos and a Perforce update on new features that are available for immediate deployment.
Customer speakers will detail the impact of the Perforce Helix versioning engine within their enterprise operations. Topics such as, Qualcomm’s version control best practices in mergers and acquisitions; Crytek’s success in pipeline process automation for gaming; and the scalability of the Perforce platform for Brainlab’s medical technology products.
“Some of the largest development teams in the world rely on Perforce every day to do their work,” said Konrad Litwin, Perforce’s Managing Director, International Business. “These customer events give us a great opportunity to hear all the different ways that users leverage Helix to improve performance of their build process across the globe, manage large data sets and multiple file types, and maintain security and control over their valuable IP.”
Additional event sessions include:
Sven Erik Knop, Senior Technical Specialist at Perforce, will discuss the broad differences between Perforce’s “Single Source of Truth” for globally distributed teams and traditional centralized systems.
A Perforce Helix demo of Streams, first introduced in 2011 and adopted by the majority of new Perforce customers. Learn how Streams makes life easier for project managers facilitating parallel and component based development.
How Perforce Helix helps Git work in the enterprise, helping to scale version management and provide developers and DevOps teams with a best-in-class solution