Michael J. Swart

July 4, 2012

Go Democracy!

Filed under: SQLServerPedia Syndication — Michael J. Swart @ 1:54 pm

I’ve been having a bit of a writers block but just today I thought of a number of ideas that I’d like to write about. So in honour of American Independence Day, I thought I’d be all democratic about it. I want you to vote for the next blog post I write and publish:

[Update July 5th: The polls are closed. Thanks for voting everyone] 

The choices were:

  • Keep It Simple SQL Server, 28%
  • Programming on the Right Side of the Brain, 38%
  • Why Did SQL Server Pick That Plan, 34%


So expect a post about the right side of the brain soon (stay tuned!)

(By the way, I think you Americans should have stuck with us. Then we’d all be Canadian!)


  1. […] Go Democracy! […]

    Pingback by Link Resource # 61 : Jul 01 – Jul 09 « Dactylonomy of Web Resource — July 7, 2012 @ 4:45 pm

  2. The smallest number of votes needed to get those values (as rounded percentages) is 29: broken up as 8, 11, and 10.
    (Following that, there are possibilities for 32 (9,12,11), and then 47 (13,18,16) and then of course 50 (13, 18, 16)

    I think there’s an Encyclopedia Brown story in there somewhere.

    Comment by D. Swart — July 9, 2012 @ 10:54 am

  3. Well done Dave! 32 (9, 12, 11) was in fact the distribution.

    Comment by Michael J. Swart — July 9, 2012 @ 11:57 am

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