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Social media represents just one facet of how we at Cadence CFD communicate with the CFD world. And with the rapid changes we're going through as we grow our team, you're going to see some changes in our social media channels. Here's the latest on where to like, follow, and connect.
The home of Cadence CFD on the web is www.cadence.com/go/cfd. If you prefer the long way, go to www.cadence.com and click Product, System Analysis, and Computational Fluid Dynamics.
Pointwise's (https://www.pointwise.com/) and Numeca's (https://www.numeca.com/home) websites are still operating too.
Twitter: The Twitter handles @Pointwise and @NumecaInt have already been replaced by @CadenceCFD. If you were a follower, you should have been automatically made a follower of @CadenceCFD.
YouTube: The Pointwise channel, CFD Meshing, remains in place and has been rebranded as Cadence CFD. Watch for new CFD videos from Numeca to be added and migrated from their previous channel, NUMECAmedia.
LinkedIn: Over time, the Pointwise LinkedIn page and Numeca LinkedIn page will be replaced by the Cadence CFD page. Connect with Cadence CFD now on LinkedIn to avoid the rush later.
Facebook: Pointwise's Facebook page and Numeca's Facebook page will soon be retired and content normally posted there will appear on the Cadence Design Systems page. We suggest you start following Cadence now.
Instagram: Pointwise's Instagram page, CFD Meshing, will eventually be retired. We suggest you begin following one or more of our other channels.
Cadence CFD: The blog you're reading now is one to add to your RSS feed (or whatever you use to consume blogs). In addition to CFD, you'll find blogs related to a wide range of multiphysics system analysis topics. For a change of pace, check out Breakfast Bytes.
Numeca: The Numeca blog remains active with posts about news and events.
Another Fine Mesh: The CFD blog your mother warned you about does its best to cover the entire CFD, CAD, CAE space with regular features such as This Week in CFD and This Is How I Mesh. It's gonna be around for a while. What I say about myself applies to AFM too: I don't plan to live forever but I do plan to take a long time to die.