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SimScale in 30 days with #AnnaGoesSimScale

#AnnaGoesSimScale

 

At SimScale we believe that if you set your mind on something, you are able to learn and succeed in anything. That’s why we all love discovering new things and challenging each other with new ideas, instead of getting stuck in the old routines. But how long does it actually take to learn something new?

30 Days Challenge: #AnnaGoesSimScale

We were especially interested to get an answer to that questions in regards to the learning experience with our platform: how long would it take for a new user to become an expert user of the SimScale platform?

Inspired by the Matt Cutts’ Ted Talk “Try something new for 30 days”, we have asked our brand new employee – Anna – to take on the challenge of becoming a SimScale pro and learn SimScale in 30 days. Anna, who just joined SimScale as a Junior Sales Engineer 3 days ago, will be sharing with you her thoughts and tips from her SimScale learning journey. Make sure you follow her posts through the #AnnaGoesSimScale hashtag on Twitter and Facebook.

About Anna

Here a short introduction directly from Anna:

“My name is Anna Flessner and I am from the USA. I studied structural engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and am currently doing a research exchange semester in partnership with the Technical University of Munich. In my free time I enjoy hiking, rock climbing, and cooking. I will be joining SimScale as a Junior Sales Engineer. During my first 30 days on the job, I am looking forward to working on challenging projects and to the opportunity to learn from the talented people working at SimScale!”

Anna Hiking - #AnnaGoesSimScale

Anna on one of her hiking trips

Week 1 — #AnnaGoesSimScale

This is the first week at SimScale for Anna. In her first 3 days, she met the whole team and was able to get down to work right away. Anna has set up her SimScale account, received an overview of the platform from our Sales Engineer – Pawel, and started developing her first project with SimScale – a piston-crank assembly. Give her some encouragement for the next 29 days by posting a comment under her Facebook post or clicking to “Favorite” on Twitter using the #AnnaGoesSimScale hashtag!

#AnnaGoesSimScale CAE in your browser

And what is your #GoneSimScale experience? We would love to hear your stories on Facebook, Twitter and in the comments underneath.

 

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