Here’s a problem how do you give away 2 tickets to the SQL Server master class with Kimberly Trip and Paul Randall? The logical answer is to ask a technical question, but if it’s too hard the winner who answers it won’t get the same benefit from going to the master class. Of course if it’s too easy like the questions after a TV show I’ll be inundated with answers without the benefit of the revenue from all those premium rate phone calls.
So my cunning plan is to ask you to identify the truth in the following, in the sprit of the Unbelievable Truth on radio 4 (which is a personal favourite):
If you are free for the course which is on 17th June at the Radisson Edwardian Heathrow, let me know via a comment or Twitter which of the above is true (1-5) and I’ll send the first 2 a ticket. If you fancy answering anyway but can’t make it , then I have a couple of SQL Server 2088 R2 polo shirts I can lay my hands on.
The legal small print is that this is for non-MSFT people in the UK, which should be enough as this is just a bit of fun and I am not giving away super valuable stuff .
<p>Number 1 is true!</p>
<p>Unbelievabley, I reckon the answer is Number 1 !</p>
<p>hang on, it's a trick question, they are all false!</p>
<p>Hang on, it's a trick question. They are all false! </p>