Ask Iris


Got this on twitter the other day:

Since you like learning as much as I do and you’re asking a question every day, can we ask questions back? πŸ™‚ Pop quiz!

And I think that is a great idea! So go ahead, ask me anything you like – and I’ll do my best to answer. Now, please be aware that if I don’t know the answer, and it is not something that I do or within my interests, then I’ll probably pass on the question and let somebody more qualified ask πŸ™‚

Disclaimer [I don’t know everything, I am never 100% sure about something and I might change my mind at any time πŸ˜‰ . I just like questions and answers, and enjoy good discussions and questions that make me think twice. Please DO question my answers and opinions! And please interact!]

Ask as a ‘comment’ on this page, I’ll figure it out later how to present the Q n A πŸ™‚

  137 Responses to “Ask Iris”

  1. Hi Iris,

    Would it be possible for you to set up RSS feed on this blog so I can subscribe to the posts.

    Thanks in advance,

  2. Hi Iris.

    Hope this is not incorrectly placed. I noticed a recent Tweet about not seeing the “Device” choice in Visual Studio 2015. I am experiencing the same issue. Last night I worker hard to ensure that the correct ADB driver was installed for my Samsung Galaxy S6 and even re-installed VS but still cant see the Device option. I am certain that VS sees my device as the Android Device Manager confirms this. My issue may have something to do with the fact that I dont seem to be able to see the “ARM” option in the set up.

    Apologies if this is not the place for such a question.



  3. 15 June 2017

    Dear Ms Classon,

    I am writing on behalf of Pearson Education Ltd., an educational publisher. In a forthcoming educational textbook, our authors would like to use a slightly adapted version of an image at

    The image is titled The Different Expert Profiles.

    Please can you let me know an address (email preferred) where I can send the details of our requested use. Kindly reply by 22 June 2017.

    With best regards,
    Sasmita Sinha

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