Long, long time ago (in January this year), a very smart SolidWorks user was fishing at the Javelin Blog for tips and tricks when he caught the Golden Fish. The fish promised granting one wish (the biggest tech tip of the year, of course). The conversation continued:
The Smart User: “I want to go to SolidWorks World in San Diego, so I can attend all those amazing training sessions. I heard that they will have over 200 presentations to choose from.”
The Golden Fish: “I can send you to San Diego, but be aware that you will be able to attend maximum five presentations every day. You will not have time for more.
The Smart User: “That’s too bad, but I still want to go. I want to see the amazing Partner’s Pavilion and to go to the CSWP party and to see the dancing snake and to attend Eric’s presentation on Piping Design using E3 Wireworks.
The Golden Fish:“But are you aware that they scheduled the conference during Valentine’s Day? Are you sure your loved one will allow you to go?”
The Smart User: “Oh, noooooo. I cannot go away on Valentine’s! My loved one would never forgive me. What can you do for me then? I still want to see all the presentations!
The Golden Fish: “That I can do. And you know what? Because you are such an amazing SolidWorks user, I will open for you my treasure box containing all the sessions from 2010 in Anaheim, 2011 in San Antonio and 2012 in San Diego. Just click on one of the images on this page and you can watch any presentation you want.
And this, my friends, is the best tech tip you can receive in 2012 – the link to a million tech tips from some of the best SolidWorks users in the World. Enjoy!