It's time for another SAS Global Forum Tweet Up / Geek Out


What do you mean you've never heard of a Tweet Up/Geek Out? Well, I only made part of it up. A Tweetup is an event where people who network together on Twitter get together offline to chat and get to know one another better. My definition of a Geek Out (this is the part that I made up) is an event where us Geeks get together and chat about geeky stuff. We could talk about ...

  • Who's presenting what and when.
  • What SAS Users Groups events we attended in 2011 and where we're going in 2012.
  • How excited we are to be at SAS Global Forum in Orlando!

And then ... we're going to have a trivia contest. You see, some of our SAS friends have given me a lot of SAS swag to give away, so I'm going to see how well you read the SAS Users Groups blog. The answers to all of my questions can be found in the posts that have published since April 16.

Check out this pile of great stuff on my desk. If you want some, meet me and our other geek friends at the Walt Disney World Dolphin Resort registration desk Saturday at 8 p.m for the SAS Global Forum Tweet Up / Geek Out. We'll find a place that is appropriate to our group's size once we get gathered up. Then make sure you reread the posts!!

I can't wait to see you there!!



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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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