You read it right, Stump the Chumps will be returning to SolidWorks World. I, for one, couldn’t be more excited! Who is going to be on the panel? Wouldn’t you like to know…

Ok, ok, I’ll let you know who has committed (should be committed?):

  • Rob Rodriguez
  • Josh Mings
  • Alex Ruiz
  • Ben Eadie
  • Charles Culp
  • Mike Puckett
  • Me
  • An un-named SolidWorks employee

Outside of myself, it’s a good panel. I want to make it better though. So, who else would you like to see on the panel? I’m not sure how many more we’ll add, but I’d love to know who you’d like to see.

Also, we’ll be changing the format up a bit. For starters, it’s going to be a 90 minute session this year. Also, we’ll be answering some pre-submitted questions, along with live questions. There will also be a time limit so that we can answer as many questions as possible. More details to follow.

Oh, the session is currently scheduled for Tuesday, 2/2 from 4:30-6. Hope to see a good turn out!

November 19, 2009 · Posted in SolidWorks Community  
    

If you’ve spent years longing to go to SolidWorks World but haven’t made it yet, this year may be your year. SolidWorks is giving away a free pass (an $895 value) to the SolidWorks World virgin with the best “first time” story. Go to the SolidWorks blog and post your story in the comments section, as well as to read the complete details of the contest.

November 17, 2009 · Posted in SolidWorks Community  
    

If you think you have what it takes to be an industry reporter, I suggest you head over to the SolidWorks blog and throw your hat in the ring to be the SolidWorks World 2010 Official Internet Correspondent. If you’re looking for a way to get yourself to Ananheim on the cheap, this may be the way to do it. I know I’d be all over it if I weren’t already going. There are only a couple of people who have entered, so you’ve got pretty decent odds.

Good Luck!

November 4, 2009 · Posted in SolidWorks Community