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Baffling Release Awe: Ceetron provides new versions of 5 (yes, five !) of its products at the same time !

(18.12.20) Sophia Antipolis, France Just when you thought you had seen it all, Ceetron's development team takes on the challenge of an unprecedented synchronized release of ... FIVE products ! For the last time of this "unforgettable" 2020, I am quite amazed to announce the release of Ceetron Desktop Components 3.3.0, Ceetron Cloud Components [...]

Remote CAE Visual Workflows: sharing and collaborating more for less

As we take our breath seeing a second wave cover the planet, the opportunities to engage in meaningful changes are popping up everywhere. In a previous blog, I discussed the benefits of telecommuting and introduced the idea that technology is the key element to its success. In the CAE space, this translates into offering [...]

Release: doubling up… again. Ceetron releases Cloud Components 3.5.0 and Desktop Components 3.2.0

(01.10.20) Sophia Antipolis, France Baseball postseason, the NBA final and the French tennis open at Roland Garros are all under way in an unprecedented collision of sporting events. Fans will get their share of double plays and maybe a double steal, but no double-headers; we should see some double-doubles and triple-doubles cannot be overruled; [...]

Release: It’s all in a day’s work… Ceetron releases Cloud Components 3.4.0

(16.07.2020) Sophia Antipolis, France Ceetron Cloud Components (aka C3) 3.4.0 is up for grabs. Our TypeScript construction workers never stop, adding CAE cloud-based visualization features day after day after day… I need to have a word with them, my blogging capacity can’t keep up the pace 😊 If you are just dropping by, take [...]

The next normal for remote CAE visualization: WebGL is the key.

Lessons from a crisis: telecommuting has a bright future, if.. “New normal” might on the long run become a worthy candidate to “Buzzword of the Year”. After months of heavily disrupted “normal” life, populations, states, and economic actors are slowly getting back on their feet and wondering what is next. Social and professional activities [...]

Release: Back to office !… Ceetron releases Cloud Components 3.3.0

(11.06.2020) Sophia Antipolis, France They did it ! Our cloud developers in Tønsberg, Norway are back in the office and keeping up the good coding done at home. Here in France, back-to-office will take a bit longer as we continue to operate in remote-first mode. Talking about "remote-first", Ceetron Cloud Components 3.3.0 is in [...]

Release: Wile E. Coyote beware – Our openFOAM reader is faster than RoadRunner… Beep ! Beep ! Ceetron releases Data Provider Plugins 1.2.0

(04.06.2020) Antibes, France We can’t help it. At Ceetron, as soon as we have an SDK, we use it to build our own applications… something like the laws of Nature. This time it’s about the DataProvider Framework – the developers tell me it looks like an SDK, smells like an SDK, but it’s not [...]

Release: You can’t beat home-made – and that applies to software too … Ceetron releases Cloud Components 3.2.0

(07.05.2020) Antibes, France There is of course a lot to say about the sharp turn our lives have taken over the past months. Some “very, very terrible” things have happened, and even if our leaders claim they are doing “a very, very good job” in spite of the “very, very mean media”, some of [...]

Ceetron Roadmap 2020 : it’s all a matter of good taste

(09.03.2020) Sophia Antipolis, France Those of you who follow us on social networks know that a few weeks ago, all of Ceetron gathered in Copenhagen for our 2020 strategy kick-off meeting. We strongly believe that putting all our brains on the table together is the right way to review where we stand and set [...]

Release: About the ups and downs of viral posts. Ceetron releases Cloud Components 3.1.0 AND Desktop Components 3.1.0

(02.03.2020) Sophia Antipolis, France Urgh ! My catch paragraph just went down the drain. A few months ago, “viral” was a positive way to qualify an uncontrollably popular post on social media – or by extension, anything drawing extreme and rapid attention to a large proportion of the planet’s population. Well, “you-know-what” came along [...]