CloudCalc Newsletter for
December 2015
Happy New Year 2016 from CloudCalc!  Excuse us for delivering the December, 2015 edition of the newsletter a few days late.  Here are the latest developments in the world of Structural Analysis in the Cloud
  • Let’s welcome Richard Zhang, who has joined CloudCalc as a software development intern.  Richard, from Germantown, Tennessee, is a computer science major at Rice University.  His initial assignment will involve working on CloudCalc’s graphics.
  • This past semester CloudCalc has been part of the Texas A&M University -- Commerce engineering curriculum.  “Thank you for developing this software,” says Y. Debbie Kim, Assistant Professor of Construction Engineering.  (Actually, we at CloudCalc thank her for introducing the product to her students and providing valuable feedback based on their experience.)  We invite any other engineering schools to go ahead and use CloudCalc in their classrooms as well – contact us at if you have any questions.
  • It’s not too early to start making plans to visit CloudCalc at the 2016 NASCC Steel Conference, April 13-15 in Orlando, FL.  Come by and see us in booth 208.
Enjoy the latest from the CloudCalc Blog…Happy Reading!

Here Comes Santa Claus: The Ultimate Gift List for Structural Engineers

“Up on the housetop, click, click, click…
Well readers, it’s that time of year again – the annual wracking of the brain for Christmas/Hanukkah gift ideas for family, friends, and the co-worker whose name you drew in the office gift exchange.  Every year the decision gets more difficult.  A chia pet?  A fruit cake?  A calendar with pictures of cute cats/dogs/ducks?  A zucchini spiralizer?  An ice scraper?
But I bring good news: this year shopping will be a breeze, if you have a structural engineer on your list.  Why?  Because in my role as a full service blogger I have done all your work for you, assembling the Ultimate Gift List for Structural Engineers.  No more wondering, no more worry, no more brain-wracking, just perfect gifts for any structural engineer!  (But before proceeding, I recommend that anyone shopping for an engineer first review the professional ethics guidelines regarding what types of gifts that engineer may accept.)  Continue reading →
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