Dec 242013
 
 December 24, 2013  Posted by at 11:00 am Life of Iris, Podast 3 Responses »
Merry xmas from Michele B. and I - a new podcast about working in the tech industry

This blog post is a Merry Christmas wish from Michele Leroux Bustamante and I! We are two women who are absolutely passionate about technology – and we have a new mission. We’re kicking off 2014 with a new podcast to showcase different and interesting jobs related to the tech industry. Our plan? We want to […]

Dec 152013
 
 December 15, 2013  Posted by at 10:38 am Life of Iris 5 Responses »
Vblog – Dropping out

Alright- time for a new video because it sure has been a long time since the last video. I’ve decided to have a few personal blog posts and videos – not many but just a few since I’ve had so many people request them. No need to worry, there will still be just as many […]

Oct 022013
 
 October 2, 2013  Posted by at 1:40 am Dev Environment, Life of Iris, Uncategorized 4 Responses »
Visual Studio error: CleanWPPAllFilesInSingleFolder evaluates to "" instead of a boolean

Had this fine problem today, here is how I was able to solve it. Of course this seems to be more of a ‘fix’ than a permanent solution, but maybe I can help a few more devs 🙂 I’m currently using VS2013 Preview (updating to RTM next week), but this error exists in VS2012 as […]

Aug 062013
 
 August 6, 2013  Posted by at 8:22 am Life of Iris, Uncategorized 8 Responses »
A heartfelt goodbye to Telerik and Dotnet Mentor, and an excited hello to Evry and back to school

A last commit A last commit before its time to go Formatting thoughts, closing the show Backup of memories Copies of binaries Inbox just a few If only they knew Laptop on the table, sticker peeling time Time to hand back what was never mine With change so close just a few days away I’m […]

Aug 012013
 
 August 1, 2013  Posted by at 5:12 am Life of Iris, Uncategorized 9 Responses »
My first Pluralsight course is out!

I’m very happy and proud to share that my first Pluralsight course was published yesterday, and I am now truly a part of the Pluralsight team. I did the course together with veteran author Scott Allen, and it was a pleasure working together with him. We complimented (Comment: Thank you Sallie for that hahaha 😀 […]

Jun 182013
 
 June 18, 2013  Posted by at 4:54 am Dev Environment, Life of Iris, Telerik No Responses »
UG Tour in UK this week and next

Here are the events details, I blogged about them a few weeks back, but some have been unable to find the details so sorry about the spam 🙂 Big thank you to Telerik for sending me <3 ————— previous sessions—————- Monday 17th of June Bristol VBug http://cms.vbug.net/Regions/VBUG-Bristol.aspx Windows Store apps language projection —————————————————— Please note […]

May 142013
 
 May 14, 2013  Posted by at 1:29 pm JS & TS, Life of Iris, Telerik Tagged with: ,  No Responses »
Mum makes an app with Icenium and Kendo UI Mobile + GitHub Part 2/2

This is part two of my programming session with mum where she creates her first application. So far we have spent one hour and ten minutes and we have created a first project with JavaScript using Icenium. We have an idea for an app with ten herbs translated to three languages, and we have created […]

May 132013
 
 May 13, 2013  Posted by at 8:16 am JS & TS, Life of Iris, Telerik Tagged with: , ,  1 Response »
Mum makes an app with Icenium and Kendo UI Mobile + GitHub Part 1/2

You might be surprised that although I work for Telerik as an evangelist I haven’t tried all our products. We have a lot of products, and I don’t have a lot of time. But with BUILD coming up, I’ve decided to try out and learn the ins and outs of every single product we have. […]

May 102013
 
 May 10, 2013  Posted by at 11:44 am Life of Iris, Uncategorized No Responses »
Get up and code podcast with Iris Classon and John Sonmez

What? Yes? Really? Yes! No? Alright maybe you weren’t that surprised or you aren’t that easily entertained…. John and I came in contact due to our relationship with Pluralsight and soon started talking a lot about fitness and nutrition after finding out that we had these two interests in common- as well as being programmers. […]

Apr 162013
 
 April 16, 2013  Posted by at 6:06 am Life of Iris, Uncategorized No Responses »
Free lecture and workshop on Windows Store App development at Chalmers University Thursday

I’m holding a lecture on Windows Store App development at Chalmers University tomorrow at 4PM (aprox 1.5 h), with a workshop afterwards (aprox 3 h). Both are free for all students- and honestly they wont kick you out if you aren’t a student 😉 There will be food and drinks there as well (also free), […]

Apr 012013
 
 April 1, 2013  Posted by at 2:41 am Life of Iris, Uncategorized No Responses »
Speaking at Mediateknikdagarna 2013 this week!

I’m speaking at Mediateknikdagarna 2013 this week, and I’m really excited about that! Unbenounced to the organizer I’m changing the session a little bit, and will be doing a very interesting session on the psychology behind stereotypes and women in IT. Since I started learning programming this has fascinated me, in particular how we find […]

Mar 122013
 
 March 12, 2013  Posted by at 10:48 pm Life of Iris, Uncategorized 3 Responses »
I'm still alive - blog is back on track after a minor conference break

Thank you all for the messages and emails, and calls- no need to be concerned I’m doing well and I’m not stopping with the ‘Stupid Questions’ on the blog or tech entries- as a matter of fact I have a nice backlog of entries waiting to be published. It warms my heart to see/hear the messages, so […]

Dec 172012
 
 December 17, 2012  Posted by at 8:59 pm Life of Iris, Uncategorized Tagged with: ,  No Responses »
Looks like I'll be speaking at DataTjej ('ComputerGirl') Conference 2013

I think most developers, and everybody that knows me, know that I’m very, very, very, passionate about what i do – programming. And that I also really want more girls/women to realize that this is an amazing job- I am not exaggeration,- it really is. Unfortunately the number of female developers has been declining since […]