It’s that time of year again. Everyone here at SolidWorks is in a mad last-dash effort to get ready for SolidWorks World 2010. And this year promises to be a big one. Why, do you ask?
Well, for starters, we have this season’s most lauded filmmaker delivering the big keynote. That’s right–James Cameron, creator of Avatar, will be appearing to discuss his movie, the ways 3D is becoming part of our everyday experience, and who knows what else. Maybe he’ll even talk about Rambo.
But that’s not all. Like any SolidWorks World, you’ll see a few things that everyone looks forward to every year like the ten most-requested product enhancements and sneak peak at SolidWorks 2011, as well as some big surprises and guests. Naturally, I can’t tell you anything about those. We’ll also have hundreds of Certified SolidWorks Professionals racing awesome RC cars, a big car show on Tuesday night (sensing a theme?) and hundreds of breakouts and hands-on sessions. And last I heard, we’ll have over 100 partners putting in appearances at the partner pavilion.
If you’re already planning to attend SolidWorks World, be sure to say hi if you see me. If you’re a blogger or Twitter user, I’ll even be hosting a tweetup Sunday night after the evening reception. I’m still working out the details, so be sure to keep an eye on the SolidWorks blog or Twitter next week. And if you just want to keep up on what’s happening at the show, here are a few places you might want to add to your bookmarks and RSS reader.
See you in Anaheim!