Chris Hemedinger 0
Puzzling presentations

Okay, you've got the leading analytical and business intelligence software at your fingertips: how can you use it to impress your friends and colleagues? Well, for one thing, you can use it to solve your Sudoku puzzle. I'm preparing my presentation for SAS Global Forum: "Extending SAS Enterprise Guide and

Chris Hemedinger 3
Why I'm not in marketing

  I was searching for a metaphor to introduce SAS user conference attendees to SAS Add-In for Microsoft Office. Press PLAY on the video to see what I came up with. I premiered this movie at a recent SAS conference in Atlanta (hey, there was even a tie-in with the

Alison Bolen 0
E-mail. They say it's not for fun anymore.

First I read the post, I only use email to communicate with old people. Then I came across the speech, Incantations for Muggles: The Role of Ubiquitous Web 2.0 Technologies in Everyday Life, from social media expert danah boyd where she says: These days, email is primarily a tool for

Dave Handelsman 0
It's not just about the Paycheck

I'm new to this whole blogging thing, but I've come to realize over the years that I often believe that what I'm thinking is completely and totally unique, where unique is a polite term for off-beat or unusual. And where nobody else could possibly have had this thought before, and

Alison Bolen 0
Another new voice: Dave Handelsman

Say hello to our newest contributor, Dave Handelsman, who is a Principal Product Manager for Clinical R&D at SAS, which means he works as a liaison between the life sciences market and the SAS Pharmaceutical Software Development division. Basically, he's responsible for conveying the market's needs to the SAS R&D

Chris Hemedinger 0
Writing the book on data visualization

Like most things I come across, this started out as something completely different. A colleague sent me to Stephen Few's Web site about data visualization to highlight an example related to SAS. While I was there though, I read this recent entry about IBM Visualization Data Explorer. Back in the

Alison Bolen 0
Printed matter

Come Friday afternoon (if all goes as planned), we will have sent three separate magazines to print in less than 10 days. Kelly, our editorial director, keeps calling it the perfect storm of magazine production. So far, the waves haven't thrown anyone into the sea - but it's a lot

Alison Bolen 0
SAS experts in the news

SAS used to be known as a quiet company. But that shy, humble reputation is changing as more and more SAS experts raise their voices. I see each new bit of visibility as a good thing. After all, the hiding-your-light-beneath-a-rock approach doesn't help customers any more than false modesty. That's

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