Date: Mon, 10 Feb 1997 17:39:30 -0600
Reply-To: "Clarence Wm. Jackson" <cljacks@BIGTEX.CI.DALLAS.TX.US>
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From: "Clarence Wm. Jackson" <cljacks@BIGTEX.CI.DALLAS.TX.US>
Subject: Re: SUGI 22 SAS-L BOF.....
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Hi Sally, Paul,
Regarding the BOFs for SAS-L and the regionals meeing time:
Remember that the SUGI planning BOF is always on monday at
5:30pm, so plan around that. I suspect that the SCSUG regional
will meet on the tuesday at 5:30, unless there is another 'good'
BOF (like SAS-L) planned.
Clarence Jackson, EC, SCSUG regional
>Date: Mon, 10 Feb 1997 16:04:12 -0500
>From: Sally Muller <sally@EMAIL.UNC.EDU>
>Subject: SUGI 22 SAS-L BOF.....
>Its been a long time since I've been in your hallowed midst...I'm
>hoping that'll change after SUGI.....
>And speaking of SUGI, this year I won't be able to organize the
>SAS-L BOF :-(....so who is going to volunteer as ringmaster? Or
>has this already been determined and my sparodic reading of SAS-L
>has come to roost?
>P.S. Of course, I'll be happy to support in any way I can, except
>financially :-), anyone who is willing to organize and or help with
>the SAS-L BOF.
> Paul Oldenkamp asked:
>> Hello Sally,
>> I just want to have the SAS-L BOF and the Client/Server BOF pick
>> times before I picked mine since the continuation of these give
>> them priority. The regions should also post when they are going
>> to meet if they know yet and I might ask about this on the L
>> For information here is how I currently think I will advertise
>> the BOF I will host:
>> SAS Application Development
>> Is SAS/AF dead and should we all become Java programmers? How
>> does SAS compare to Java, Visual Basic and ActiveX, Powerbuilder,
>> Oracle 2000, C++, Smalltalk, etc.? How is SAS development?
>> Where is the SAS Integrated Development Environment? Where is
>> the Shewhart object? Can one develop using SAS and Rational Rose,
>> Clearcase, or similar tools? What is this Universal Modeling
>> Language? What are "Design Patterns" and are they important for
>> SAS programmers? Is anyone from the SAS Institute listening to
>> all this? Any other questions?
>> Take Care,
>> Paul OldenKamp, Boeing, Seattle
>Sally Muller Sally_Muller@unc.edu
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