For the past 8+ years I have been podcasting and blogging out of my interest to provide a place to share my excitement and knowledge in SolidWorks, engineering and tech. It was a labor of love for many years and I look back at the late nights recording in my office at home and wouldn't trade it for anything. So you may be asking, "Um... why are you telling me this?" Well, this past week I resigned from Digital Dimensions after 12 and 1/2 years and will be starting a new chapter in my career as a team member at Onshape.
I want to thank Digital Dimensions for their support and sponsorship of the show. Without their support, the show would not have been possible, especially the ability to ensure consistency, allowing me to record during business hours when necessary.
So what is the future of site as it exists today? Well, the show will morph a bit to be more CAD neutral and branch out to focus more on CAD technology and engineering tools, much of which will be on the web. The web, for me personally, is the platform of choice and a factor that weighs heavily on decisions I make when choosing tools to use. I am not sure of the exact name of the site or the specific details yet but I am working on that as I type. Obviously the SolidWorks:HEARD! name will change and the site URL will just redirect in order to make the transition as seamless as possible.
CAD and tech are still very much passions of mine and this site will continue to be an expression of that excitement. The content, direction and topics will be selected by myself and you, the audience, and not that of my employer. So stay tuned over the next few weeks as the transition takes place and for those of you that are subscribed to the feed, you will be directed over to the new feed once it is converted. I want to thank you for the past 8 years of countless emails, chats, social network interactions and comments and look forward to more tech discovery with you all in the years to come. All the best! ~Lou