Posts Tagged ‘ Training ’

NOTE: DS2, Final Comments

February 20, 2013
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In my previous posts, I've covered many aspects of DS2 (previous posts are listed at the bottom of this post). It's time to wrap up by offering a few more final details. Whilst DS2 provides a wide range of data types, not all types are supported by all...
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NOTE: SEUGI Proceedings

January 31, 2013
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Did I miss this? The proceedings of the SAS European User Group International (SEUGI, the European equivalent of SUGI and SGF) are now all online on the SAS Community web site. Papers from 1983 to the last event in 2007 are there. Most of the pages we...
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NOTE: UK Events, Good News and Bad News!

December 27, 2012
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Good news 1: SAS UK will be running Analytics 2013 in London on 19th and 20th June. This is part of a series of such conferences, its predecessor being held in Cologne, Germany last June. The 2012 conference included Data Mining, Forecasting,...
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NOTE: Present Thinking

December 18, 2012
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NOTE: Present Thinking

Christmas approaches, I've opened 18 windows in the SAS Professionals advent calendar (without winning anything, yet), written most of my Christmas cards, and my mind is firmly focused on the remaining Christmas shopping. However, I've allowed my min...
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How Do You Read?

December 10, 2012
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How Do You Read?

There's a lot of information out there in internetland; constantly being updated and added to. A lot of it is good, intelligent information, but it's spread across many web sites. Visiting each of those web sites on a regular basis, checking for upda...
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NOTE: SAS Professionals Advent Calendar

December 1, 2012
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NOTE: SAS Professionals Advent Calendar

It's December 1st, and that means it's time to hop over to the SAS Professionals web site to begin the daily pleasure of opening the advent calendar to bring some Christmas cheer - and possibly winning a gift. And if you're not already a member, I r...
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Coding For All – Competition for the Family

November 19, 2012
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Coding For All – Competition for the Family

There's a debate in the UK, and many other countries around the globe, regarding the content of the IT curriculum (or, ICT as it's known in the UK). Speaking from experience, my kids have been taught how to use Microsoft Office products, but they hav...
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Enthusiasm and Vision #RaspberryJam

September 20, 2012
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Enthusiasm and Vision #RaspberryJam

Well, that was an interesting evening! Lots of enthusiasm, lots of  geekiness, lots of vision, and lots of printed circuit boards. Inspiring. I've just been to the third Raspberry Jam in London, an event designed to facilitate the sharing of kn...
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