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Code Katas

January 17, 2012
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Code Katas

Last week I made a brief mention of Code Katas and how they can help you as a form code practice. Let's find out some more. The basic concept surrounding Code Katas encapsulates the ideas that a) we are professional coders, b) practice improves one'...
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Do You Read? (And Write?)

January 11, 2012
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Do You Read? (And Write?)

Whilst New Year's resolutions are still in our minds, I'm thinking about my training plans for 2012. One key element of my plan is attendance of SAS Global Forum in April, but at the other end of the scale is my choice of professional reading material ...
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Learn How to Code in 2012

January 10, 2012
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Learn How to Code in 2012

Do you know someone who could benefit from learning how to code? Are your parents looking for a new hobby in retirement? Are your kids looking for wider career options? Send them along to http://www.codeyear.com/ and encourage them to sign-up for the ...
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NOTE: Analytics 2012 Conference Series, Germany, 14-15 June

January 3, 2012
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The turn of a New Year is a good time to be thinking about your training plans for the year. Training can take several forms, it doesn't have to be limited to classroom sessions. Think more broadly. Are there any SAS-related books, or IT-related books ...
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NOTE: Advent Calendar 2011

December 1, 2011
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NOTE: Advent Calendar 2011

Today is 1st December, and that can mean only one thing: time to turn to the traditional SAS Professionals advent calendar! There will be prizes every day throughout December, so make sure you visit http://www.sasprofessionals.net/ every day. And if ...
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NOTE: SAS Global Forum 2012 – One door closes, another opens

November 22, 2011
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NOTE: SAS Global Forum 2012 – One door closes, another opens

The closing date for submission of papers for SAS Global Forum (SGF) 2012 has passed, but registration is now open. If you can get yourself to Florida, USA 22-25 April 2012, you will benefit from a vast array of papers (from SAS staff and from SAS cu...
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NOTE: SAS Global Forum 2012 – One door closes, another opens

November 22, 2011
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NOTE: SAS Global Forum 2012 – One door closes, another opens

The closing date for submission of papers for SAS Global Forum (SGF) 2012 has passed, but registration is now open. If you can get yourself to Florida, USA 22-25 April 2012, you will benefit from a vast array of papers (from SAS staff and from SAS cu...
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NOTE: SAS Global Forum 2012 – One door closes, another opens

November 22, 2011
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NOTE: SAS Global Forum 2012 – One door closes, another opens

The closing date for submission of papers for SAS Global Forum (SGF) 2012 has passed, but registration is now open. If you can get yourself to Florida, USA 22-25 April 2012, you will benefit from a vast array of papers (from SAS staff and from SAS cu...
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