I am lucky enough to get to watch The Fresh Beat Band every single day on Nickelodeon. It's one of katezilla's faves, after Dora the Explorer and Diego.
Anyway, one of the actors, Yvette Gonzalez-Nacer, is obviously very talented. She has an operatic (sp -10?) voice which overpowers her colleagues on the show. Doubtful it is intentional, she's just that much better.
Using the Google Machine, she's had a fairly impressive career. What I can't figure out, is how she ended up on this show. Nick does a good job at putting together shows with talented people (whether you agree with their...umm...whatever) who seem to be fairly normal (save Britney Spears sister, but that should be obvious now (and holy schnikeys, I know that...OMG...WTF???)).
Is it a good career move for her? Does she do it because she cares about the kids? Sadly, I ponder these things.
How would you store a percentage? Would you store it as 40, 50 or 60? Or .4, .5 and .6? I opt for the latter. Why? Well, it's a decimal, it's a fraction of 1, right? If you store it as a whole number, what happens in 3 years after you are gone and the new person doesn't know? It's not obvious, is it?
I ran into an OBIEE project for a single business model that consisted of 2 separate design patterns, horizontal, and vertical fragmentation. That was fun. It was supposed to be easy, but it was not. I'd like to re-live that one soon. Maybe.