Registration is now open for SAS Explore. This is a must-attend for SAS enthusiasts. Attendance to the complementary, three-day, event with over 100 sessions, 50 breakouts and free training is a no-brainer. But what sessions should you attend? Well, it's ultimately up to you, but I've pursued the list and come up with a list of must-sees from a developer's perspective.
More session details and schedules will be released soon. I'll be sure to update the table with more information, as it becomes available.
Are You and Your SAS Code Ready to GIT?
Learn what are the steps you can take with your existing work to start using GIT.
Zeke Torres, Code629
Building Analytical Applications: SAS Visual Analytics and Azure Static Web Apps
Using SAS VA and Azure Static Web Apps, organizations can easily and quickly embed data and analytics into everyday processes and improve decisions.
Yury Shkoda and Stefan Stoyanov, Analytium Group
Embed Data Visualizations in Web Pages and Delivered at Scale
Brad Morris and Robby Powell, SAS
Game Changing Decision Engine: SAS Container Runtime
SAS Container Runtime is a lightweight, open and scalable runtime that enables SAS applications to deploy analytics and decisions anywhere.
Dave Duling and Paata Ugrekhelidze, SAS
I Got 99 Problems & Biased AI is #1
In this breakout session, we will discuss how different types of bias can get unintentionally laced into an AI system. We will demonstrate SAS Model Studio features that can help a user to detect bias and to weigh the accuracy and fairness of a model.
Reggie Townsend and Allie DeLonay, SAS
The Batting Lab: Driving Home the Power of Data
Explore the power of the SAS Batting Lab, an experience designed to help children improve their batting performance while introducing them to data literacy.
Gunce Walton, SAS
Time to REST: An Overview of SAS API Use Cases on GitHub
This session introduces the SAS REST API end-to-end use cases repository on sassoftware GitHub, and shares how to navigate, use and contribute to it.
Joe Furbee, SAS
Python Integration in SAS Studio
SAS With Python integration data engineers and data scientists can now code, execute and schedule Python scripts.
Alexey Vodilin, SAS
The Science Behind the Batting Lab
Explore the power of the SASBatting Lab, an experience designed to help children improve their batting performance while introducing them to data literacy.
Gunce Walton, SAS
Virtual Studio Code SAS Programming Extension: Meeting You Where You Work
The official SAS Extension for Visual Studio Code provides SAS language features that make programming in SAS using VS Code more productive.
Casey Smith, SAS
Building Advanced Dashboards Using SAS Visual Analytics for SAS Viya
This presentation covers techniques to build advanced, flexible dashboards. Viewers will learn about working with and editing multiple data sources, using parameters and formatting reports.
Dominique Weatherspoon, SAS
Software Workshop: Advanced Tips and Tricks for SASModel Studio
In this presentation, we’ll cover some advanced tips and tricks that SAS Model Studio users may find helpful. We'll run external models, including open source, in a Model Studio pipeline, we'll create custom model assessment plots and more!
Jeff Thompson, SAS
SAS Hackathon Winners Case Studies
The winning teams will share their business cases and how they tackled real-world dilemmas, from climate change to responsible food manufacturing, using SAS Analytics, AI and open source on Microsoft Azure.
Registration is open! SAS is returning to Vegas for an AI and analytics experience like no other! Whether you're an executive, manager, end user or SAS partner, SAS Innovate is designed for everyone on your team. Register for just $495 by 12/31/2023.
If you are interested in speaking, there is still time to submit a session idea. More details are posted on the website.