Alexandria Morgan –the “Next Kate Upton”, and MY friend on LinkedIn!
Please, readers – can I have your attention down here! Yes, down here, please.
I originally started this blog with the intent of chronicling my experiences launching a cloud-based startup in the structural engineering domain. Lately I’ve met only half of that promise, producing lots of articles about different facets of structural engineering, but very few in the area of internet startups. (It may be some kind of aversion-bias, based on the fact that the former – structural engineering – is so much easier than successfully pulling off a cloud-based startup.) Therefore I feel that this article, imparting wisdom that I’ve gained in the startup arena, is long overdue. Continue reading →
CloudCalc is pleased to announce the release of Version 1.02.11, the application’s 31st update since its initial launch on June 2, 2014. The highlight of this release is the optimization of the program to handle larger models better and faster.
In the past we have heard from a number of our users that CloudCalc loses its effectiveness as the model size increases. Typically as the models extended beyond a few hundred elements, the analysis time would often exceed the time out settings of the user’s browser. Additionally, data-intensive operations, such as displaying the List View mode for very large models, often exceeded the patience of the user. Continue reading →
CloudCalc is pleased to announce the release of Version 1.02.10, the application’s 30th update since its initial launch on June 2, 2014. The highlight of this release is the addition of several enhancements to CloudCalc’s Units management.
Units management is done through the Tools->Units menu option. The new features are: Continue reading →