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Electric Cloud's Nikhil Vaze To Present Benefits Of Code Review Session At MERGE 2014

Discussion focuses on the best way to incorporate code review into development processes and how to integrate with a Continuous Delivery system

SAN JOSE, Calif., Aug. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Who:

Nikhil Vaze is a Senior Software Engineer at Electric Cloud. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering and MSc in Security Informatics from Johns Hopkins University.



What:

MERGE 2014 is a Perforce Conference that will take place on September 17 – 19, 2014 in San Francisco, Calif. Perforce users from around the globe attend the conference for three days of talks, breakout sessions and networking events.




Nikhil Vaze will be presenting the session, "You Live, You Learn, Then You Get Perforce Swarm." He will discuss how Electric Cloud migrated from its existing code review tool to Perforce Swarm and how the tool improved developer productivity. Nikhil's session will focus on the best way to incorporate code review into development processes and how to integrate Swarm with a Continuous Delivery system.



When:

Thursday, September 18, 2014


4:15 p.m. – 4:45 p.m. PDT



Where:

InterContinental San Francisco Hotel


888 Howard Street


San Francisco, California


94103



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See @ElectricCloud's Nikhil Vaze present his session, "You Live, You Learn, Then You Get Perforce Swarm," at #Merge2014. http://bit.ly/1sHPzhq



More Info:

For more information, contact Alexandre Garrett at 303-581-7760 or ([email protected]).

 

About Electric Cloud, Inc.

Electric Cloud powers Continuous Delivery. We help organizations developing mobile, embedded systems and enterprise web/IT applications deliver better software faster by automating and accelerating build, test, and deployment processes at scale. Industry leaders like Qualcomm, SpaceX, Cisco, GE, Gap, and E*TRADE use Electric Cloud solutions and services to boost DevOps productivity and Agile throughput.

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