Gary Short

Gary Short works for Developer Express as the Technical Evangelist on the frameworks team. He has a deep interest in technical architecture, especially in the areas of technical debt and refactoring. Gary is a C# MVP and gives presentations at events throughout the UK.
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UK General Election Day 20 Twitter Analysis 20 Apr 2015
This is the election analysis for Sunday April 19 2015. Let’s get started with the hashtag chart: Sunday mornings in the UK are given over to politics on the main TV channels, and as you can see from the tag … Continue reading →

UK General Election Day 19 Twitter Analysis 19 Apr 2015
Hello, let’s kick off our analysis of the election news from Saturday April 18 2015, by taking a look at the Top 10 Hashtag Chart: The chatter over the BBC Debate is starting to recede now, and the SNP tags … Continue reading →

UK General Election Day 18 Twitter Analysis 18 Apr 2015
Hello and welcome to an analysis of the election for Friday April 17 2015. Jumping right into the hashtag chart: From the chart we can see that the #BBCDebate is still a popular topic of conversation, consequently #Labour and #SNP … Continue reading →

UK General Election Day 17 Twitter Analysis 18 Apr 2015
We’re going to mix things up a little starting from today. I’m going to drop the word chart, as I don’t think it really gives us much information, and I’m going to add two new charts, one Posts Per Hour … Continue reading →

UK General Election Day 16 Twitter Analysis 16 Apr 2015
Hello there, and lets kick off today’s analysis by looking at the Top 10 Word Chart: As you might guess, with the flurry of manifestos that were launched yesterday, (see later)that word leads the chart today. However the rest of … Continue reading →