Have you registered for the 20th annual SouthEast SAS Users Group conference (SESUG) yet? NO? What are you waiting for? I've heard it going to be a real party, so come help us celebrate SESUG's 20th birthday (hmm ... SESUG isn't even old enough to drink).
The last time I went was when the conference was in Savannah, Georgia. That's a beautiful city and the conference was great fun. This year, the conference is right here in the Raleigh/Durham area - another beautiful place.
If you're still on the fence, I think I have something to help you change your mind:
- Here's a look at the papers and SAS presentations that you can see.
- This post by Christina Harvey tells you all about the great things to do in the area.
I'm planning my schedule now (You know I'll have to change it because I always pick too many!).
If you can't make it this year (Please come!) or you're like me and you have to miss some good ones because you plan too much, check back here during the conference, and a couple of days after, to read about the presentations that Christina and I attended.
If you are going to the conference, send me a short blog post about one of your favorite presentations. After all, Christina and I can only go to a few sessions.
You can register online right up to Monday, Oct 16. You can also register at the conference. No excuses now, register today!