Key Note-præsentation af Stuart Nisbet, SAS Institute.
9. oktober 2014
Beskrivelse af indlæg:
Many choices, and none are bad . I love programming. Moreover, I love programming in SAS®. If you’re like me, you’ve tried several different interfaces and approaches to SAS programming, and each one has benefits and specific purposes that make it the right choice in the right situation. Just like the incredible flexibility of the SAS language, the choices of SAS programming interfaces are equally flexible. A text editor and batch job submission is raw and powerful. At the other end of the spectrum, SAS® Enterprise Guide® is even more powerful, and it leads and teaches along the way. The new zero-client, web-based interface, SAS® Studio, makes SAS programming accessible from an airport kiosk or mobile tablet and provides much of the SAS Enterprise Guide user assistance. Of course, the SAS® Display Manager isn’t going away, either! There has never been a better time to be a SAS programmer. Let’s take a walk through the evolution of SAS programming interfaces and glimpse into what the future holds for us all, SAS programmers.
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