SOLIDWORKS World Special Events are…Special

SOLIDWORKS World Special Events are…Special

People will tell you that they attend SOLIDWORKS World for the technical content, the networking, the chance to meet with SOLIDWORKS employees, and to research the latest technologies in the Partner Pavilion.  Don’t let that fool you, they also attend for … Continued

Tyler Beck Wants You to Do Stuff Faster

Tyler Beck Wants You to Do Stuff Faster

Tyler Beck’s SOLIDWORKS World presentations carry a common theme – doing things faster.  Tyler first presented at SOLIDWORKS World 2012 with “Faster Modeling” and “Better, Faster Sketching”.  Both sessions were rated very highly by the attendees.  After a break in 2013, Tyler … Continued

SOLIDWORKS World Japan in Pictures

SOLIDWORKS World Japan in Pictures

My first ever trip to Japan was a memorable one. Here’s why.   I attended not one, but two SOLIDWORKS World Japan conferences in Tokyo and Osaka.  There were over 1000 attendees in Tokyo, and just over 500 in Osaka.  … Continued

What??  I Was in Tulsa??

What?? I Was in Tulsa??

I love traveling for my job and visiting SOLIDWORKS User Groups all over the world, and I tend to remember vividly each meeting I attend.  Not so for my April 2014 trip.  While in Oklahoma last week with Suchit Jain, … Continued

The Long Trip Begins

The Long Trip Begins

The first leg of my 13 day trip has begun, and in a couple of hours I’ll be visiting the North Texas SOLIDWORKS User Group and the Fort Worth SOLIDWORKS User Group for their combined meeting tonight.  Suchit Jain is … Continued

Into the Darkness

Into the Darkness

This weekend marks the end of Daylight Savings Time, and in the US, most of us will be setting our clocks back an hour.  I don’t like the dark very much, but I’m not afraid of it – just apprehensive. … Continued

East Meets East

East Meets East

Combined SOLIDWORKS User Group Meetings are fairly uncommon, but they do happen. Often it’s due to a special guest or presenter that’s in the area, but the groups are usually in close proximity to each other.  Calgary and Edmonton, Chicago and … Continued