Haiku from SAS R&D staff

December 10, 2008
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First prompts are silent. Subsequent prompts loud and clear. Now all prompts are heard. Poem from R&D staff? Yes. Rhyming sonnets were shakespeare-like complex; they wrote Japanese haiku, showed as above. The SAS R&D staff should complete some paper work in defects system before changing a code. They use informal descriptive language(HAIKUUU!) in the early stage. Chris Hemedinger, a senior...
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SAS and Microsoft: Different Worlds

November 18, 2008
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SAS and Microsoft: Different Worlds

Well, first of all, sorry I haven't written recently. My time has been taken up by some great SAS work but it is under wraps for the time being.I was chatting with a SAS buddy of mine recently and I started to comment on the differences between the SAS...
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Treasures and Memories and Trash

November 17, 2008
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Treasures and memories and trash is what I found in my closet during a much needed cleaning. This was one of those deep cleans that only happens once every few years. I looked in every box, bag, and dark corner. You wouldn't believe the things ...
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SAS Global Forum registration is now open

November 13, 2008
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As you prepare your 2009 travel and education budgets, keep SAS Global Forum 2009 in mind. This conference is a great way to share and expand your existing SAS knowledge. The Gaylord National Resort in National Harbor will be over-run with SAS p...
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Did you know … that you can listen to podcasts from popular SAS Press authors?

November 6, 2008
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SAS Press wants you to get to know your favorite SAS authors, so they are taping interviews with authors and making them available to you as podcasts. One of the very first podcasts was with Chris Hemedinger, co-author of SAS for Dummies. One of...
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Dr. Goodnight tells the media that writing code is fun

October 30, 2008
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For those of you not living in the southeast, it's cold here this week. So cold that I scrambled over to the Web site of a local TV station to find out if we were in for a hard frost. In addition to the weather forecast, I was...
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Searching for Hot Fixes

October 28, 2008
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I love being able to share good news, and this is good news. You brought it to our attention that you could not locate a hot fix on the support.sas.com site using search. Thanks to your comments and a little work from our administrators, you can...
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This new newsletter is STAT-heavy

Well, recently October has meant play-off baseball to me, since I'm a Red Sox fan, and that's true this year, too. But this year it also means the first edition of our new SAS Statistics and Operations Research News, a newsletter focused on inf...
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SAS Global Forum 2009 – Updates

October 9, 2008
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SAS Global Forum dates and deadlines are about to kick into high gear. I don't want you to miss a thing, so here are a few tidbits and reminders that I just received about the conference. SAS Global Forum 2009 offers unequaled educational and n...
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