David Sedaris, a native of Raleigh, NC, who has made it big as a humorist and author, recently posted his “Ideal Bookshelf” on Facebook. The picture was created by a company called Ideal Bookshelf, which “paints portraits of people through the spines of their favorite books: the ones that changed your life, that defined who you are, that you read again and again.”
Every morning, I’m greeted by my SAS Press bookshelf, filled with examples that change the lives of SAS users every day by teaching SAS concepts, saving SAS users time, and answering important questions. These books represent the collective experience and hard work by over 250 authors. You can see that my bookshelves are overflowing! As SAS software develops and expands, so does the need for more content.
As we look forward to 2013 and beyond, which SAS books do you consider your ideal, go-to guides? Which topics are you reserving space for and that you most want us to publish?