What do you do when you and your spouse are both SAS users, but one of you likes to point-and-click and the other really likes to write SAS programs? Is it possible to share a SAS environment, or are these irreconcilable differences that can lead only to a nasty custody battle over the data sets you've produced together?
It doesn't have to end badly. Mark Stevens shares a poignant anecdote on the SAS Training Post.
At SAS, we can JOIN much more than tables. In the words of an anonymous SAS poet:
data Marriage (Keep=Wife Happy); merge programmer non_programmer; run;