As the year 2012 comes to a close, I look back on the accomplishments, milestones and triumphs and can smile with pride. Google Zeitgeist releases an annual video that features the most memorable moments for that year – this year’s video includes clips from Felix Baumgartner’s space jump, the infamous US Presidential Election, the London Olympics, medical milestones, the cries for change across the world, The Euro Cup and many other special events.
But as I watched this video, I realized that I see it through a different lens than most people. Being in the business of simulation, I often wonder about the underlying technology that was used to achieve these great moments in history. Continue reading
If you’ve been to ANSYS.com today, you may have noticed some changes. We’ve spent the last few months giving our site a little bit of a facelift to make it easier for visitors like you to find important information like our schedule for user conferences, thought-provoking materials in our resource library and, of course, the ANSYS blog.
You talked. We listened.
You asked us to make it easier to find the content that is valuable to you. So we changed the call-out boxes throughout the site so you could more easily identify the variety of white papers, case studies and videos that are available. You also asked for more content across all of our industries and product offerings. We’ve started making those changes, but even more are on the way. Of course, every website is a work in progress. I encourage you to visit the site frequently to see the changes we’re implementing and the content we’re adding.
As always, we welcome your feedback – both positive and critical. Please leave your thoughts in the comments section, and I’ll be sure to respond to them. After all, it’s your website too.