See if you can stump the chumps with your SolidWorks questions at our session in SolidWorks World 2010:
Also, if you have files to submit as part of your question, please email your question and files to email@example.com.
There is a sizable group of suckers who volunteered to be your humble servants in the second Stump the Chumps session. At Stump the Chumps, you are given a chance to ask just about any SolidWorks questions you want. Preferably your questions will be about some issue you are currently addressing, which we can help solve.
The first Stump the Chumps session at SolidWorks World 2008 got bogged down with very complex model specific questions that were asked during the session. This time around at SolidWorks World 2010, we will not likely address those types of questions in session UNLESS you submit them via email to us prior to the session (with models or at least provide substantial detail). I would recommend submitting such questions by the end of the first week of January 2010.
That said, questions will be taken live at the session as well. But for best results, I highly recommend that your questions be submitted before hand. The more obscure your questions, the better for everyone! In the words of Jeff Mirisola, go ahead and make our day! Our goal is to fit as many answers as possible into the 90 minutes we’ve been allotted.
Please attempt to stump the chumps by emailing your SolidWorks questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Just so you know that we are real people, here’s the faces of your chumps:
UPDATE: We now have a submission website set up where questions can be asked and voted upon!
After a one year hiatus, Stump the Chumps is returning to SolidWorks World in 2010. I’m pleased to announce that I’ve volunteered as one of the chumps this year.
In an effort to answer even more questions, the Stump the Chumps II breakout session will take on a slightly different format. Instead of spending the entire period fielding questions from the audience, questions should be submitted prior to the conference. If you would like to challenge the chumps with your question, please email us at email@example.com. More information about presenters and the breakout session can be found at Jeff’s Tool Shed.