Top 10 Posts Of 2010

One of my readers suggested that I do an end of year post listing the top ten posts for 2010. This is what Google Analytics tells me:

  1. What Exactly Is Creo? – Part 1
  2. A Long Conversation With Jeff Ray
  3. Alibre Design Vs SolidWorks
  4. Daimler To Replace CATIA With NX
  5. What Exactly Is Creo? – Part 3
  6. What Exactly Is Creo? – Part 2
  7. A Conversation With Carl Bass – Part 1
  8. What Exactly Is Creo? – Part 7
  9. Autodesk’s Plans For Inventor Fusion
  10. A Long Conversation With Bernard Charles

It appears that my interviews with senior executives are quite popular. That is nice to know because as one publisher recently told me, interviews are usually considered boring by readers and the least read pieces in a publication.

What is it that you wish to see at Deelip.com in 2011?

  • You have wrote lot about CAD on the Cloud and it doesn’t fit to top10. I find that interesting. Maybe only one who care about the cloud are the CAD vendors and there aren’t to many of them among your readers.

    • The bulk of my readership is users and they are more interested in the present and less worried about the future. Actually, that makes sense because its the user’s job to finish the task at hand and the vendor’s job to think about and plan the future of its product.

  • Anonymous

    Personally, I enjoy your interviews, Deelip. Your site is one of the few places where I feel that I get an unadulterated glimpse into the minds of the people that are shaping the PLM industry. I also appreciate the fact that you are covering the major players evenly – and with objectivity. One of my favorite articles of 2010 was the series on the founding of Dassault. But then again, I enjoy the History Channel 😉 Happy New Year to you and yours!

  • Anonymous

    Personally, I enjoy your interviews, Deelip. Your site is one of the few places where I feel that I get an unadulterated glimpse into the minds of the people that are shaping the PLM industry. I also appreciate the fact that you are covering the major players evenly – and with objectivity. One of my favorite articles of 2010 was the series on the founding of Dassault. But then again, I enjoy the History Channel 😉 Happy New Year to you and yours!

  • proepro

    keep up the interviews. They are great. Raw information about how the industry thinks and works. Keep talking to the founders before they are all gone.

  • Anonymous

    Deelip, your interviews are good because they are unusual.

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  • I think we like YOUR interviews.

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