We’re moving on: SAS Learning Post has merged with SAS Users


For years now, dear reader, you’ve come to this blog to learn. We promised you that you’d find tutorials, tips and practical information to help you become more productive with SAS. And I believe we delivered on that promise.

Along the way, other sources of learning have popped up. We’ve beefed up our support.sas.com web pages, the training portion of the web is bigger and better than ever, and the SAS Users blog has posted tips and how-to’s for everyone from the novice to experienced user. In fact, I bet many of you subscribe to SAS Users along with this blog.

A change in location only

Many of the authors you read on the Learning Post also publish on SAS Users, that’s why we have decided to merge the two blogs into one: the SAS Users blog. You’ll still get information on training, books, events, and certification. And you’ll also find helpful tips and tricks for programmers and developers, practical advice for SAS administrators, articles from data visualization experts, and news about what’s on the horizon at SAS.

Let’s explore some topics of interest

If you aren’t familiar with SAS Users, let’s take a look at some of the popular topics published on the blog:

What do you need to do?

If you haven’t done so already, subscribe to the SAS Users blog and keep an eye on the topics of interest to you. Happy reading!


About Author

Shelley Sessoms

Community Manager

Shelley Sessoms is a Sr. Digital Marketing Specialist in the Customer Engagement Marketing division at SAS. She manages several communities on the SAS Support Communities and also curates the SAS Learning Report and SUGA Download newsletters.. During her 20 years at SAS, she has written numerous customer-facing communications, as well as helped close to 100 employees and customers become authors through the SAS Press program.

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