SolidWorks World 2013 – Prologue

Posted on January 18th, 2013. Posted In Personal,SolidWorks Community

I’m sitting at gate C9 at Seattle-Tacoma international airport waiting to board my red-eye flight to Orlando, and the magical time that is SolidWorks WorldThis yearbit more special for two reasons. One, I missed last year due to family reasons. Two, is a personal, but highly important reason. Important enough that I brought a button down shirt. No, it has nothing to do with a job.

Moving on…I only have one employee interview lined up, but I’m meeting with a few vendors with my sights set on a few more. I’ll be attending some breakout sessions this year as well, which is something I haven’t been able to do as often as I’d like. I’mreally looking forward to seeing Richard Doyle’s presentation on surfacing.

I have to admit that I feel a bit out of touch this year. It’s like missing a year through me off somehow. Relationships that I’d developed with DS employees, with the partner channel and with fellow users and bloggers didn’t get recharged last year. There will be excessive amounts of handshakes this year to make up for last year.

I have to say that I thoroughly enjoy people watching at the airport. The cross-section of humanity that you get to see never ceases to amaze me. I’m just hoping the couple with the two young, screaming, children know about benedryl, or I’m going to be a zombie tomorrow when I’m driving to Vero Beach.

If you’re on twitter, be sure to follow me for my incessant tweets from Orlando. You can find me @jeffmirisola. I’ll be blogging as often as possible, too. And, if you’re going to be there, be sure to say hi if you see me!



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