Some would say that travelling to Ontario in December is foolish. It is wet, snowy and very cold. Well, call me a fool. I visited Toronto to present at the December meeting of the Ontario SolidWorks User Group. It was cold, but not much different from Massachusetts. It was a little rainy, again no difference from where I live. No snow! This time of year should’ve been nothing but snow everywhere. Then again, Massachusetts also had not snow at that time. Maybe I’m not so foolish afterall.
I presented on Advanced SolidWorks Customization Techniques. This is a preview version of what I will be presenting at SolidWorks World 2012. This is a presentation similar to one given a few years before at a SWUGN Technical Summit, now updated for SolidWorks 2012.
Several discoveries were learned on this trip. I discovered the locals believe that Toronto has the “worst traffic in North America”. That’s an arguable yet still valid assessment. Rain, no matter how slight, makes the traffic unbearable. And, even with reduced crowds due to rain, a SolidWorks Employee can draw people from miles (er, kilometers) around to a SolidWorks User Group meeting. Oh, and one more thing.
This is Canadian Slice Pizza: bacon, pepporini, mushroom, and of course, cheeze. It’s apparently normal to serve it on a corrugated paperboard as a stand-in for a plate.
Yes, it’s called “Canadian” in Canada. Quite tasty, and it is a combination of toppings that I’m not quite so unfamilar with. Thank you to Chris White for organizing this event and to everyone who attended!