In this industry, terminology is a bear. There are special acronyms and terms with subtle differences that can actually have big implications. And unfortunately, there
Everyone likes a good debate, right? Well, as a co-host for the web show Tech4PD, I have to admit that I am a little biased.
Quite a long time ago, I remember the first time I visited a hard-core simulation analyst’s group. It was at NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
Quick poll: do you know the most requested presentation topic for NAFEMS events? Anyone. Think quick. I guess the title of this post might be
Hey folks. For those of you looking for more posts on simulation, I’m happy to announce that I’m going to be a guest contributor at
I think we can all recognize that one of the most recent wave of disruptions to the CAD industry started with when a number of
Walking into the Monday morning general session at Solidworks World 2013 in Orlando FL, I admit that I was expecting something. After the openly discussing
Do you use an engineering notebook? If I asked that question to engineers 15 years ago, the answer would be an unequivocal YES. Today, however,