Posts Tagged ‘ Charu Shankar ’

Random acts of kindness

September 1, 2011
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 Biked to the train station this morning…felt the wind, watched trees waving in the breeze…flew past Highway 403 with trucks whizzing by…felt noble about being environmentally conscious…took the side path to the station…slowed to a halt besi...
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64-bit SAS –Are you being served?

July 8, 2011
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64-bit SAS –Are you being served?

Last night I had a phone conversation with a car rental customer service rep (CSR) which went somewhat like this: Me - Hi, I’d like to rent a compact car for this Saturday in Toronto. CSR- Your name? Me- Do you have a car available? CSR-I n...
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64-bit SAS –Are you being served?

July 8, 2011
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Last night I had a phone conversation with a car rental customer service rep (CSR) which went somewhat like this: Me - Hi, I’d like to rent a compact car for this Saturday in Toronto. CSR- Your name? Me- Do you have a car available? CSR-I need your n...
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Is something missing or is it a ZERO?

June 21, 2011
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Is something missing or is it a ZERO?

As far as numbers go, the number zero is rather mysterious for data. Is it something or is it nothing? What happens when you have missing data but enter 0? This topic triggered an intriguing discussion in my recent Programming 2: Data Manipulat...
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Is something missing or is it a ZERO?

June 21, 2011
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As far as numbers go, the number zero is rather mysterious for data. Is it something or is it nothing? What happens when you have missing data but enter 0? This topic triggered an intriguing discussion in my recent Programming 2: Data Manipulation Tech...
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Six reasons to love summer in Canada

April 25, 2011
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Walking to work this sign caught my eye. I was moved as I’m sure you will be too – to see the lot of students universally. Like most folks, I’ve played different roles in life. Of them I would say that my part-time student role was the most chall...
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Six reasons to love summer in Canada

April 25, 2011
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Six reasons to love summer in Canada

Walking to work this sign caught my eye. I was moved as I’m sure you will be too – to see the lot of students universally. Like most folks, I’ve played different roles in life. Of them I would say that my part-time student role was the m...
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Where SAS trumps SQL- the easy way with Enterprise Guide

April 15, 2011
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Where SAS trumps SQL- the easy way with Enterprise Guide

Just to set the record straight, I’m a programmer who loves to write code. While SAS Enterprise Guide (EG) does make reporting easier, this time it’s not the displays that caught my eye. EG won this round hands down for ease of use to summariz...
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