Long ago (closer to 4 years) I was a SolidWorks customer, but more importantly, a user group leader of the Los Angeles Area SolidWorks User Group. When I joined SolidWorks as an emoplyee I was fortunate to find a couple of guys who were willing to take over the group and keep it running. Since then I have returned a few times to do some presentations and visit with all my old friends, many of you who receive my blog posts via email.
Well this wekk I'll be back in So Calif to attend the user group meeting and I'll be meeting up with a couple of other well known people. Namely our CEO, Bertrand Sicot, will be in attendance to give us all an overview of the state of SolidWorks, and I'm sure will more then likely take some of your pressing questions on topics like V6, the cloud, and the fabricated story floating around out there that SolidWorks is abandoning it's kernal (some people actually believe it).
The meeting will be Thursday evening, October 4th at 6:00 pm at Mountain Meadows Golf Course in Pomona near the 57 and 10 freeways:
Also in attendance will be Phil Sluder who will join us from San Diego to show us some of the benefits of multi-body vs assembly modeling. Phil will also answer any question you may have.
I know that a lot of the original user group attendees automatically receive this post, so if you do, don't worry if you don't receive any further emails, just show up. There is no need to register to attend for anyone, and it's sure to be a nice big cowd. As usual there will be plenty to eat and drink.
I hope to see you all there.