Sanket Sinojia

Sanket Sinojia

  Yes sure,Let me start it with some brief history, I have completed my under-graduated in Science in 2007, (like 11 years back). Then I decided to join a pharmaceutical sciences for my graduation, before joining there was like 3 months of vacation so I decided...
Mark Jordan

Mark Jordan

Well, I probably have one of the strangest life of any SAS programmer i know. I grew up in northeast-brazil, my mom and dad were baptist missionary and I didn’t come to the US until I was about 15 years old, but I’ve had a fascination with technology since I was...
Allan Bowe

Allan Bowe

Interview with Allan Bowe, SAS Expert Allan Bowe is founder and chair of the SAS User Group for UK and Ireland (SUGUKI) and regularly presents at SAS forums worldwide. He’s also the mind behind the recently launched sasensei.com game, an educational and fiercely...
Sunil K. Gupta

Sunil K. Gupta

Summary In this interview, SAS programmer Sunil Gupta talks about applying his programming mathematical skills in the in the medical field in areas of computer applications in the medical field, and medical device industry, and got involved in clinical studies, which...
Art Carpenter

Art Carpenter

Art Carpenter is a top SAS programmer and author of five books. In this interview, he talks about his beginning with a Masters in Statistics and his path to begin using SAS first in 1977. Throughout his time as an independent consultant, he wrote the books. He did a...
Marje Fetch

Marje Fetch

How to become a Top SAS programmer by Marje Fetch, SAS GURU In this interview, top SAS Programmer Marje Fecht shares some of the best tips, strategies, and techniques for becoming a top SAS programmer. There are three areas of focus she recommend potential programmers...