It’s that time of year again. You know, the end. 2012 had a lot of changes in my life which happen to coincide with changes in SolidWorks in various forms for various reasons, some of which I control, much of which has nothing to do with me whatsoever.
I moved from California and from industry to take a job as a Definition Product Manager for SolidWorks drawings In Massachusetts. As I write this, I’m snowed into my home, or at least my car is. I can get outside and leave a trail of 2 foot deep holes anytime I want. I just won’t get to anywhere useful very quickly. Contrary to popular conceptions, there is snow in California. The difference is that the snow is limited to the hills and mountains. Great for skiing and for going about your daily life without weather getting in the way very often at all. I will say that I prefer to be walking about in light snow rather than light rain. It’s the blizzards that are annoying.
Surprize, suprize, the world didn’t end 5 days ago. The next prediction for the end of the world has already been floating around and was being promoted in the weeks leading up to December 21, 2012. Sir Isaac Newton predicted the end of things to be 2060 based on his interpretation of Bible prophesy. We cannot get more creditable than that! Here’s some others: Yup, there’s others.
2012 was particularly busy for me, with all the changes and the fairly new job. Can you believe that I’ve already been in Massachusetts about 1 and a half years? Still seems like yesterday. A very special Thank You goes to my wife for being a good sport and indulging me in this grand change.
I do have a prediction for 2013. It will continue to be very busy for me. There’s a lot of cool stuff going on right now. I’m very proud of my role in SolidWorks 2013, eDrawings for iPad, and eDrawing Pro for iPad; not to mention all the new stuff planned for 2013. Keep an eye out at SolidWorks World 2013.