Orlando, Here I Come!

SAS Global Forum, a user extravaganza, kicks off April 23, and Tricia’s fired up for it.
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Anish   4/17/2012 1:03:18 PM
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I think it is going to be great.  We can connect at 6-8 pm on tuesday for a session specifically designed for SAS discussion forums and blogs. I look forward for three days of Analytical festival!!

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TAanderud   4/17/2012 9:44:42 AM
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Sorry I won't see you - I was looking forward to meeting you.

 

And here's one of my favorite chotsky ... if you remember the ads then you might know how old it is.  But it's Pink!!!  I had to knock a lady out of the way who wanted one for her kid.  ;-)

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Shawn Hessinger   4/17/2012 9:17:46 AM
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Hi Tricia,

Love your overview of key events at the conference...and the Disney animation that goes with them. :) For one who will not be attending but rather keeping the home fires burning here at AllAnalytics.com, you maker me feel like I'm there. Enjoy!

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BethSchultz   4/16/2012 6:39:03 PM
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Very cool, Tricia -- and thanks for sharing!

 

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TAanderud   4/16/2012 6:33:56 PM
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I know ... I was going to fly but I think if I start walking I can be there by Saturday!  You're gonna love it --- where else can you meet 4000 people who love data!

In this blog post - I talked about some papers I'm waiting to see:

http://www.bi-notes.com/2012/03/sas-global-forum-2012-will-i-see-you-there/

 



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BethSchultz   4/16/2012 6:26:55 PM
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Hi Tricia, your excitement is contagious! I can't wait to head down to Orlando myself and looking forward to hearing from the great lineup of users speaking at the SAS Global Forum and other industry notables, including those on tap for the executive conference running simultaneously. I understand advance registration closes today, but everybody is welcome to register onsite as well. See ya there!

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