I follow Chris Hemedinger's blog The SAS Dummy and also Robert Allison's blogs and often I then go to SAS and program something similar to their blogged example. Many other SAS employees do similar blog posts of examples which I can then use to do something like use a PROCEDURE I have never used before. These examples are often more light hearted than work oriented for me. Yes, I have some fun mapping solar energy in Australia and Canada using SAS.
I would like to have some fun with formatting the SAS Global Forum Schedule of Sessions and ePosters (Excel, automatically add to Outlook or Google Calendar, etc.) so wonder if some dataset or text data file exists for free download of the schedule?
Please mark this post as a solution, if it solves something for you, as I am trying to win some conference Swag.
Just a community usage note: here in the event group, the format is not Question-Answer (with accepted solutions) the way it is on other boards. So there is no concept of Accepted Solution. @ptimusk - you'll have to answer a question on one of our other boards (such as in the SAS Programming category or in SAS Enterprise Guide, for example).
@ptimusk You might be interested in the tip that @ShelleySessoms posted here: using the Communities search feature to help find the questions that fit your sweet spot of expertise, and concentrate on the recent posts.