"I am very interested in your experience. Can you please send me an advice how to study SAS on your own faster and efficient?
You are mentioned about SAS license. What is the way to get one? From what I should begin, where I should apply?
Victor Zinenberg, Ph.D.
1029 N Hayworth Ave #3, Los Angeles, CA 90046
323-650-4684 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
A senior position as a mathematician, statistician, data analyst or
Numerical, statistical and database problem-solving;
Programming including C, C++, FORTRAN, PL/1, Paradox, PL/SQL,
Clarion, FoxPro, Gauss, Mathematica, Statistica, Matlab,
Mineset, Statgraph, ALGOL; Digital processing analysis with
Kalman and Wiener filters; Forecasting stochastic time-series;
Medical statistics; Statistical pattern recognition;
Probability, simulation of complex systems; Predictive modeling
and optimization; Database development; Advanced numerical
algorithms and data mining; Lectures in numerical analysis,
programming languages, advanced probability, statistics,
calculus, theory of electromagnetic fields, mathematical
programming for many organizations including the United Nations;
Forty publications in scientific journals;
Hi Victor I don't know if that's true. Some analysts are pretty cute. But my work involves recruiting analysts so it really doesn't matter what I look like. Besides, i also work in television sometimes. hence the photos on my website. best/ bonnie
hi victor - thank you. you guessed it. i'm not an analyst. my background is in TV. i anchored at cnbc and bloomberg TV. now i'm matching great minds like yours with great positions. I am fascinated by analytical minds like yours. love placing people like you in great positions and frankly i know of no other time in history when the skills like those you possess can help guide this country out of a banking, brokerage and possibly economic nightmare. -bb-