So how was the recent SAS Global Forum (SASGF) 2016 in Las Vegas? Did it deliver the “Razzle Dazzle” we anticipated? It sure did! As always, the conference was an absolute blast from beginning to end! Specifically, in this case, blue and silver confetti blasts, with the announcement of SAS® Viya™ – a cloud-ready environment, […]
Metacoda is excited to again be sponsoring the SAS Global Forum (#SASGF), being held in Las Vegas in April. Sponsoring last year’s “Dallas BIG” SAS Global Forum was a fun and rewarding experience for us; the theme was “The Journey is Yours” and 2015 certainly proved to be an exciting journey for Metacoda, expanding around […]
With SAS Global Forum (#SASGF) quickly approaching, many of us are starting to plan our travel and conference schedules. So why not also start your social plans? That’s right; being active on social media, particularly on Twitter, is a great way to be part of the SAS community. To kick off, all you need to […]
If you check out CIO Review’s magazine list of the 20 Most Promising SAS® Solution Providers 2016, we’re pleased to say that you will again find Metacoda – among an impressive list of well-known organizations who all add value to SAS customers. In the CIO Review article, Metacoda co-founder, Michelle Homes, talks about the motivations […]
Who’s excited about SAS Global Forum (SASGF) 2016 in Las Vegas in April? We certainly are, and we’re already planning creative ways to make the Monday evening #SASGF #TweetUp event as fun and welcoming as possible. So, what can you do to get the most out of the Forum?
This year we were proud to keep attendees hydrated by sponsoring the water coolers. Demand was high after a thirsty day listening to some hot presentations. It gave us a great opportunity to have that “water cooler chat” with SAS platform administrators and other SAS users.
Are you making plans to go to SAS Global Forum 2015 (SASGF15)? If so, join us for a boot-scootin time at the #SASGF15 #TweetUp on Saturday, April 25 in Dallas! For the last few years we’ve found it to be a great way for SAS users to meet in a relaxed atmosphere, participate (or observe) a networking game, and have some pre-conference chatter.