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Stay in touch: "Mathcad eNewsletter"

VladimirN
24-Ruby II

Stay in touch: "Mathcad eNewsletter"

Subscribe to the PTC Mathcad eNewsletter, link: https://www.mathcad.com/en/mathcad-minute

 

Subscribe today for:

  • Technical tips and insider tricks,
  • New product reviews,
  • Insights from peers and industry experts,
  • Invitations to technical webcasts and demos,
  • Deal alerts.

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StuartBruff
23-Emerald II
(To:VladimirN)


@VladimirN wrote:

Subscribe to the PTC Mathcad eNewsletter, link: https://www.mathcad.com/en/mathcad-minute

 

Subscribe today for:

  • Technical tips and insider tricks,
  • New product reviews,
  • Insights from peers and industry experts,
  • Invitations to technical webcasts and demos,
  • Deal alerts.

It would be nice if the link went straight to the Mathcad eNewsletter for those already subscribed. 🙂

 

Stuart

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StuartBruff
23-Emerald II
(To:VladimirN)


@VladimirN wrote:

Subscribe to the PTC Mathcad eNewsletter, link: https://www.mathcad.com/en/mathcad-minute

 

Subscribe today for:

  • Technical tips and insider tricks,
  • New product reviews,
  • Insights from peers and industry experts,
  • Invitations to technical webcasts and demos,
  • Deal alerts.

It would be nice if the link went straight to the Mathcad eNewsletter for those already subscribed. 🙂

 

Stuart

Sorry it took... a year, but the Mathcad Minute newsletter now has an archive of all of the past issues:

https://resources.ptc.com/l/mathcad-minute

(It took a while because no one's done a newsletter archive at PTC before, even if that's normal for other companies that publish newsletters. I had to invent this whole method.)

 

You will also be able to access this archive from the subscription confirmation page, and there is a new section added to the November 2022 newsletter going forward that will link to the archive as well.

The November 2022 newsletter hasn't been sent yet, but it should this week. But... it's already available on the archive! So this post is the first anyone outside of PTC has seen of the issue or the archive. I think that's cool stuff.

I manage the Creo and PTC Mathcad YouTube channels for PTC, as well as all PTC Mathcad marketing in general.
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