With a small meal in my belly this got under way with this mornings General Session. Although I had a reserved seat I wanted to arrive early and make sure I knew what was going on. It seems a few others had hear the stories of the mad rush for good seats and arrived early […]
After a heavy day of tweeting and checking my schedule the trusty iPhone battery was ready to give out by about 5 O’Clock. Thankfully, with a convention hall full of booths displaying cutting edge 3D tech it was easy to find someone with an extra cable and a kind heart. Thanks to Julie with ZCorp
First up on the schedule at Soldiworks World is a Roundtable discussion titled “Magic Drawings”. These round tables were just recently described to me by Jeff Mirisola (of Jeff ‘s Toolshed) as “A bunch of power users sitting around bashing the product”. Now this may be the case but when I heard that I just
Gearing up for Solidworks World 2010? There is plenty to do, and I don’t want to miss anything. With some of the sessions filling quickly I’ve only made it on the wait list though it appears this is happening mostly in the “hands on” sessions where computers are limited. After seeing Matt West’s post on
It’s never to early to start deciding on your itinerary for break out sessions at Solidworks World. Back by popular demand, after a one year lapse, is “Stump the Chumps”. This panel of Solidworks power users will be available to answer all sorts of technical questions. Submit a problematic design or part prior to the
I’ve started to take a look at some of the breakout sessions and events to attend for Solidworks World 2010 and see how busy my days will actually be. There is a lot to be excited about but the one I’m most looking forward to is the Certified Solidworks User Event. This will be my
Solidworks is going contest crazy this year trying to get people excited for Solidworks World 2010 (only 2 months till kickoff). Tomorrow they announce the winner of the First Timer Contest. One lucky user will get their first chance to attend Solidworks and all it took was a story of their “first time” with Solidworks.
First of all a big Thanks to Solidworks for this opportunity to attend SWW and even more so for the access I’ve been granted with the Internet Correspondent title. Most of the content I pick up will be viewable right on this blog or over at the Solidworks Blog. Better yet, follow along live at