Mark Stevens
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SR Certification Specialist

Mark Stevens is a Certification Specialist for SAS Global Certification and has been working in training and certification since 2004. A SAS Certified Base Programmer since 2010, Mark enjoys every opportunity to dive into new SAS products and features. When he isn’t working on the next SAS certification, he can be found coaching his kids’ soccer teams.

Recent Posts

New SAS Visual Analytics certification launched

The SAS Global Certification program is proud to announce the release of a new credential: SAS Certified Visual Business Analyst Using ... Read More

How analytics saved the break room coffee machine

SAS software is used around the world in some of the most sophisticated ways, like ATM fraud detection and cancer ... Read More

SAS Certified Professionals: Get your resume noticed with these tips

A student preparing for the Base Certification exam recently sent us a question, but it wasn’t about the exam. It ... Read More

Behind the scenes: Statistical Business Analysis certification exam

Ever wonder how the SAS Global Certification team comes up with a new exam?  Well I’m about to take you ... Read More

SAS certification's 2011 U.S. tour

SAS certification exams at regional user group meetings It's almost fall (at least for those of us in the ... Read More

The team behind the SAS Clinical Trials Programmer Using SAS 9 certification

At the end of June, SAS launched a new credential: the SAS Certified Clinical Trials Programmer Using SAS 9. This ... Read More

New Certification Record Set

Records were made to be broken, and the SAS Professionals Convention continues to break them year after year.  ... Read More

Interview Advice for the Aspiring SAS Programmer

Last week on the SAS Training Facebook page, I answered a question about what to expect during a ... Read More

New SAS Clinical Trials Programmer Certification

If you have visited our SAS Global Certification webpage lately, you may have noticed that we have a new ... Read More

Sometimes It's the Journey, Not the Destination

Recently, I read Dr. AnnMaria De Mars' blog post "Translating Ruby to SAS (or vice versa)." I found ... Read More