May 302014
 
 May 30, 2014  Posted by at 4:17 pm Life of Iris 2 Responses »
Episode 008: Character witnesses

Now that I’m looking for a job I will post some videos to provide information about me. Send questions my way (if you have some) and I will make sure I answer them. In this video two of my dearest friends, Jonas A. and Daniel W. – two awesome developers, talk about my positive and […]

May 222014
 
 May 22, 2014  Posted by at 4:48 am Not So Stupid Questions No Responses »
(Not so) Stupid Questions 278-281 SharePoint- Pain and pleasure

In this couch interview I ask Jonas Almqvist, one of my dearest friends, about life as a SharePoint developer, the pains and pleasures and confront him with the SharePoint jokes I’ve heard. Some of the questions asked: What is SharePoint? What are the major pains? What do we love about SharePoint? Is it true SharePoint […]

May 092014
 
 May 9, 2014  Posted by at 10:27 am Not So Stupid Questions, Podcast, Uncategorized 4 Responses »
(Video/audio) Stupid Questions 274-277: What is event sourcing, aggregate roots and event bus?

I’m back with the (not so) stupid questions, and this time with friends and strangers keen in sharing what they know! If you aren’t familiar with my Stupid Question on the day series it’s a blog post series I started after getting so frustrated with being told my question were stupid and not getting answers. […]

May 072014
 
 May 7, 2014  Posted by at 1:04 pm Azure, PowerShell Tagged with:  No Responses »
Creating and uploading to Azure blob storage with Azure PowerShell

I’ve started a new video and audio series (I guess we can them podcasts?) with ‘(not so) Stupid Questions’, and while I’ve chosen to have the videos on YouTube (for now) the question was where to put the audio file? Azure of course! I’ve been wanting to dig deeper and learn more about Azure ever […]

May 052014
 
 May 5, 2014  Posted by at 3:05 pm C# & F#, Universal Apps, WinRT, WP, XAML 2 Responses »
(video) Sharing views (XAML) using Portable Class Libraries

After another PCL debate on Twitter I realized many were unaware of the fact that PCLs have undergone a lot of improvements, and for example fully supports sharing views and XAML resources between Windows Store Apps and Windows Phone (WinRT) apps. Here is a demo and some rambling. Happy coding! Big thank you to David […]