What SAS Press editor Stacey Hamilton is REALLY like

Here at SAS Press, we offer a strong, stable publishing team with over 55 years of combined experience. But as a potential author (or even current one) or fan of our press, you might want to get a better feel for the people behind the book. Thus a new feature, […]

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SAS turns 35 today

So we all know that "35" is the "new 24". Or something like that. In any event, my incredible employer SAS celebrates its 35th anniversary today and has retained its youthful cutting-edge viability while combining it with the wisdom that comes with longevity. And the company culture within SAS reflects […]

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Share Your SAS Knowledge

Have you written a popular SAS Global Forum paper? Have you shared a winning case study with your colleagues? Have you talked about a cool, new feature you found in SAS? Well, share it with the world! SAS Press can help you share your knowledge and expertise worldwide. We’ve published […]

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Being a Test Audience Participant

While on a recent whirlwind vacation, my husband and I were unexpectedly recruited to participate in a test audience for an upcoming NBC summer series. It was one of the highlights of the trip. It wasn’t the $15 we each earned for an hour of our time and opinions, as […]

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So Long and Thanks for All the Fish...erhm...Daffodils...

“For oft, when on my couch I lie In vacant or in pensive mood, They flash upon that inward eye, Which is the bliss of solitude; And then my heart with pleasure fills, And dances with the daffodils.” In this famous poem by William Wordsworth, many people believe he is […]

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When did you decide that you wanted to work with SAS or JMP software?

Are you one of those enviable people who have pretty much always known what you wanted to do? Or did you meander through a variety of dreams or career changing moves to become the professional that you are now? This may be too heavy for a Monday afternoon blog post, […]

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QR Codes – great accessibility tool or challenging pair of letters in Scrabble?

I discovered QR codes just a few months ago. As I did research to find out more about them, one of the first articles I came across spoke about the fact that QR codes had basically run their course and their time had come and gone. Darn, another trend I […]

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Holy batman, there are still bookmobiles

On this morning’s commute, I spotted the first bookmobile that I’ve seen in years. I don’t have children or any reason to actively look for bookmobiles—but was pleasantly surprised to see one. Besides reminding me of long summer days when school was out, the bookmobile was the only way to […]

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SAS publishing director Sean Gargan turns 25--in SAS years

The Director of SAS Publishing, Sean Gargan, will celebrate his 25th year at SAS on April 7th, 2011. Most of you have heard the accolades given to SAS for being the best place to work. Dr. Goodnight always says it’s the people at SAS that make it so great (he’s […]

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Publishing professional Aimee Rodriguez joins SAS Press

Tomorrow, we welcome the newest member of the SAS Press Team, Aimee Rodriguez. Aimee is joining our team to provide one-on-one marketing support for our authors and books. Aimee has over 10 years of experience in publishing and marketing, including marketing and promotions at Algonquin Books, event planning and promotions, […]

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