A couple weeks ago, a number of folks in the analyst community were invited up to Waltham MA to get a look at the next
At practically every software user event, there’s an overwhelming number of activities. In the rush to catch user presentations, keynotes and product updates, its easy
Ahh, part reuse, you’re an old problem. Aren’t you. In the past two decades, many enterprise systems have sought to address part reuse. We’ve had supplier
In the past five years, CAD applications have undergone a significant amount of change. We’ve seen the advent of Direct Modeling. The use of 2D
Who doesn’t like a little debate? For some, I know, it’s uncomfortable. But honestly, it’s a good thing. It let’s you refine your logic, clarify
I have a confession. Something’s been bothering me. Amidst all of the talk about the Internet of Things, it doesn’t seem to get much airplay.
“By the time someone starts creating a 3D model, all the major design decisions have been made.” I distinctly remember when that statement was uttered.
The landscape of CAD application providers, like many tech areas today, is prone to big changes. This is the third in a series of posts