People @ SolidWorks World 2010: Sal Lama

Today I'm posting the first in a series of videos leading up to SolidWorks World 2010 in Anaheim CA. These are interviews with people here at SolidWorks who you might run into at the show, talking about what they do and why you might be interested in talking to them.

These aren't the usual "Chiefs" and vice presidents you might be used to seeing. Instead, these are the people who work behind the scenes, the people who make SolidWorks run on a day-to-day basis. I hope you enjoy them.

Our first video is with Sal Lama, who works in our Product Definition group. And yes, that's me behind the camera tossing out questions.

Matthew West

Matthew West

SolidWorks alumnus. I like plate reverb, Rat pedals, Thai curry, New Weird fiction, my kids, Vespas, Jazzmasters, my wife & Raiders of the Lost Ark. Not necessarily in that order.
  • Matt Lombard

    Thanks for that. Sal’s a good guy. He’s the level of people that I think users are most interested in hearing from – the kind that’s down and dirty with actual content.

  • Nick Taylor

    Solidworks needs to address more often to it’s owners on how hard it is to deal with someone in the cnc business, especially having a prototype produced.

    Learning the software is all well and great. But, so is the cnc business. Solidworks users like myself immediately stated working with a cnc machinist to produce parts.

    That’s what Solidworks is REALLY all about, not discussions on keyborad shortcuts.