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Talk:Few observations and recommendations to pass SAS certification

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But is it spam?

I am amazed. Someone has finally found a way to post to the sasCommunity.org website an article that looks like spam but seems to meet the Terms of Use. But is it spam? With a change of title and a bit of a rewrite the subject of this article could be quite presentable and useful. However, if the author was intending to promote the website they have mentioned in the article, they could do better by writing an article explicitly about their website and its associated business model, backers and promotors. Why should I trust a website based on just its content. Before I spend my hard earned cash, or even just share my personal information, I would like to verify the promotors' quality and integrity by independent means. That needs more information than an anonymous testimonial by a user sharing the same name as the website being promoted. - Cameron (talk) 15:26, 21 November 2014 (CST)

Resources?

It may be helpful to include other resources that are useful. Unrelated to looking up SAS Certification, I found this page today. It looks useful, and provides many links to presentations and a few to SAS code. But I haven't (yet) attempted SAS certification. Maybe someone who has passed can take on this task, which will help those of us who haven't gone through the process yet. - paulkaefer (talk) 14:10, 26 July 2016 (CDT)

Suggestion: rename page

I'm proposing this page be renamed. I think the title could be shorter, and more concise. Some ideas:

Thoughts? - paulkaefer (talk) 10:57, 20 December 2016 (CST)