10 Things You Might Not Have Known About Your Favorite SAS Authors

10 Things You Might Not Have Known About Your Favorite SAS Authors

If you are into the ecosphere of SAS it is most probable that at some point you have read their SAS books. But now it is time to be illuminated about a previously unknown side of your favorite SAS author.

  • Tricia Aanderud

    Tricia has the distinction of having 100 jokes committed to memory including some that would fall into the category of dubious taste.

  • Bill Benjamin

    Bill contemplated photography, art and even journalism classes during high school. When giving computers too a thought, the golden idea of flipping a coin to decide his destiny came upon him. And the result benefited the world of SAS.

  • Patricia Berglund

    She is game for adventures regarding sled dogs and racing too! Under her adaptation is a sled dog,  now retired from the wild sport.

  • Chuck Boiler

    Chuck has had a brief experience in teaching grade school where he fell in love with learning which he pursues through his popular SAS books.

  • Iain Brown

    Iain digs anything that is remotely associated with football and uses all the SAS tools to pick and maintain his very own fantasy team.

  • Michele Burlew

    Her SAS macro quoting functions comparison to cloaking devices referred to in Star Trek made by her husband found its way in the first edition of the book “SAS Macro Programming Made Easy”.

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  • Art Carpenter

    A backpacker by heart,  Art once hiked through the John Muir Trail along with his daughter.

  • Charlie Chase

    An avid jazz aficionado he has had the opportunity to watch Winton Marsalis, Dizzy Gillespie, David Benoit and Grover Washington Jr, his personal favorite,  in action.

  • Ron Cody

    One of the ruling passions of John is scuba diving and he is the sort who will work his way through datasets while being on vacation.

  • Lora D. Delwiche

    Lora spent a few months in Israel and Belgium while her husband took a long leave from his university job.


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