Date: Tue, 11 Jan 2000 04:05:18 GMT
Reply-To: Barry Schwarz <schwarz45@AOL.COM.NET>
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From: Barry Schwarz <schwarz45@AOL.COM.NET>
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Subject: Re: Please respond to silly request
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, "Jason Douglas"
>I have no idea what sas is, and have been asked as a trainer to learn it in
>my own time and at my own expense. Can anybody tell me where I can get a
>free demo of sas, explain what sas is, and also tell me for my own personal
>nerves how easy it is to learn, in otherwords how similar to crystal
>reports, access, or VB which is basically the sum of my previous experience.
If you are going to train people on SAS, they are going to have to have some
way to execute their solutions to the training problems. Whatever that method
is, you should use the same to invoke the SAS tutorials that come with the
product (at least they do on my system).
After you start doing this, you might want to look into finding a better union
or maybe just a manager who doesn't believe in the tooth fairy.