Owner and Principal, Henderson Consulting Services
Don Henderson is the Owner and Principal of Henderson Consulting Services. Don has used SAS software since 1975, designing and developing business applications with a focus on data warehouse, business intelligence, and analytic applications. Don was one of the primary architects in the initial development and release of SAS/IntrNet software in 1996, and he was one of the original developers for the SAS/IntrNet Application Dispatcher. Don is the author of SAS Server Pages: Generating Dynamic Content, Building Web Applications with SAS/IntrNet: A Guide to the Application Dispatcher, and Data Management Solutions Using SAS Hash Table Operations: A Business Intelligence Case Study. Don has presented numerous papers at SUGI and regional SAS user group meetings and continues to be a great supporter of SAS and its products.
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Data Management Solutions Using SAS® Hash Table Operations: A Business Intelligence Case Study
Solve your business problems with hash tables and data aggregation. Focusing on real world problems using sports data, this book provides an overview of how hash tables work, as well as the general aggregation philosophies and table look-up narrative at the algorithmic level.
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SAS® Server Pages: Generating Dynamic Content
By Don Henderson
2013 - 2014 Award of Excellence winner of the Society of Technical Communication, Carolina Chapter Technical Publications Competition
Available as a free e-book, this book offers information on how to create SAS Server Pages using the SAS 9.3 experimental procedure PROC STREAM, providing users with a foundation technology that greatly expands the capabilities of SAS for dynamic and rich content generation.
Building Web Applications with SAS/IntrNet®: A Guide to the Application Dispatcher
Now out of print but available as a free e-book, this book provides a solid overview of the SAS/IntrNet components and addresses such topics as how the SAS/IntrNet Application Dispatcher works, developing Application Dispatcher programs, integrating Application Dispatcher applications with other applications, security, and debugging.