Upcoming events – get in on the fun!


Users groups and users group events are a great way to get the most from the software that you use every day: learn new coding and analysis techniques, gain efficiencies and productivity, and meet other SAS users.

The final months of 2011 will fly by. Don’t let them escape without grabbing a little fun and education for you. Here's a list of SAS events to help you with your planning.

SAS Forums:

US Regional SAS Users Group Conferences:

There are also a host of local and in-house SAS Users Group conferences. Here are a few local SAS Users Group events:

 If you’d like more information about finding, joining or creating a SAS users group in your area or work place, please contact us. And, here are 10 tips for building a successful team or users group. I brought the tips home from NESUG 2010.


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Waynette Tubbs

Editor, Marketing Editorial

Waynette Tubbs is a seasoned technology journalist specializing in interviewing and writing about how leaders leverage advanced and emerging analytical technologies to transform their B2B and B2C organizations. In her current role, she works closely with global marketing organizations to generate content about artificial intelligence (AI), generative AI, intelligent automation, cybersecurity, data management, and marketing automation. Waynette has a master’s degree in journalism and mass communications from UNC Chapel Hill.


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    • Waynette Tubbs
      Waynette Tubbs on

      Thanks Andrea! If you get a chance, send us a couple of pictures and a note about what you thought was the most interesting. I guess this won't be as rowdy as the August meeting at Legend's Brewery? Have a great time!!

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  4. Kirk Paul Lafler on

    Users groups and users group events offer attendees with tremendous educational value, an opportunity to share knowledge and experiences, and networking opportunities with like-minded individuals.

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