Normally, members of the Product Definition team at DS SolidWorks Corp give two presentations at each SOLIDWORKS World. Presentations can be either Hands-on or Breakout. Hands-on sessions involve attendee participation at desktop computers provided for the conference. Attendees typically follow and repeat steps shown by the presenter. Breakout sessions are essentially talks with demonstrations of more »
This year at SOLIDWORKS World was full of product announcements, every day during the general sessions: SOLIDWORKS PCB, SOLIDWORKS Maker, term licencing option, online trail, Xdrive, Xdesign, and that’s just the first day! A touch device friendly interface of SOLIDWORKS (any device, any time, any where) was also briefly demonstrated. As usual, the Research and more »
SOLIDWORKS World 2015 isn’t just for Phoenix, AZ. It’s really for the World! The General Sessions of SOLIDWORKS World 2015 will be live streamed this year. Even if you aren’t able to make it to Arizona next week, you can be a part of the action via the live streaming. As you know, the more »
It’s fun to take photos and video during the SOLIDWORKS World General Sessions, particularly if your favorite keynote speaker is doing something really awesome on stage or robots are flying over the audience. There was a rule that attendees are not allowed to take video (and sometimes photos) of General Sessions. Something is different this year. This more »
Voting for SOLIDWORKS World 2015 Top Ten ideas is over. There were a lot of creative ideas and a lot of voting this year!
The SOLIDWoRKS World hashtag is something that started way-back-when during the early days of Twitter. You can still check the old tweets under #SWW09, which supposedly trended on Twitter during SolidWorks World 2009. Many years later, many more services now support hashtagging. SOLIDWORKS World 2015’s hashtag is #sww15, and it is already being filling up more »