True Blue Metacoda Koalas – #metacodaInDenver

G’Day friends, It’s the Metacoda Koalas here! We can ‘bear’ly contain our excitement about SAS Global Forum 2018 coming up in April (8th-11th)! Did you know

Metacoda koala magical moments from 2017

Happy New Year! It’s us – the Metacoda koalas back again full of effervescence, enthusiasm, and excitement for the year ahead – 2018! We hope your festive season was as relaxing and fun as ours. For us, it was the perfect opportunity to catch up on sleep (we koalas need 20 hours sleep per day, […]

Reflecting on the 2017 Metacoda journey. Wishing you peace, joy & love.

Warm welcome by Canadian Friends of SAS

We’ve recently returned from a fantastic first trip to Canada, presenting at SAS user group meetings and enjoying that famous Canadian friendliness. Statistics Canada is a Metacoda customer and their project lead SAS administrator, Joel Orr, is also the SAS Ottawa Platform Users Society (OPUS) president. After invitations from Joel – and Matt Malczewski, Communities […]

Ten Treasure Trove Tips to Takeaway for SAS professionals

As a SAS professional, you’ll know that there is always something to learn with SAS software. On 24th October, Michelle presented at our local SAS user group, QUEST (Queensland Users Exploring SAS Technology), “Ten Treasure Trove Tips to Takeaway for SAS professionals”. In being asked to present on #TalkLikeAPirateDay, Michelle embraced the opportunity to create […]

SAS security best practices and secure the koalas’ future – Save The Koala Month!

Metacoda celebrated its 10th birthday this month! It’s an exciting milestone and we’d like to extend a great big thanks to you for being part of our Metacoda community along the way. We started off the year talking about journeys and, in particular, how we can help with your SAS security journey. We were wondering […]

SAS Communities are aWEsome!!!

Whether you’ve been a SAS user for days, months, or years, there is one thing that’s for sure… the SAS community is aWEsome! My own SAS journey is into its third decade, having first used SAS during my undergraduate degree in the late 1990s. Twenty years ago I became one of the first SAS graduates […]