May 122013
 
 May 12, 2013  Posted by at 8:38 pm Not So Stupid Questions 5 Responses »
Stupid Question 184 & 185: Why do I have to take my laptop out of the bag at airport security, and why not a tablet?

[To celebrate my first year of programming I will ask a ‘stupid’ questions daily on my blog for a year, to make sure I learn at least 365 new things during my second year as a developer] Went home to visit my parents this weekend, and as always I had to go through airport security. […]

Apr 232013
 
 April 23, 2013  Posted by at 12:42 am Motion Tracking, Not So Stupid Questions 2 Responses »
Ask Iris- Question 180: Leap Motion demonstration with Google Earth and DotNetConf

Since I wrote that first blog post about the Leap Motion I’ve been asked for demo’s and my take on it, so here is a first video demonstration with Google Earth (first time I’m trying it). I’ll be doing a session at the virtual conference dotnetconf this Friday (2013 April 26th) demonstration the device, talk […]

Apr 152013
 
 April 15, 2013  Posted by at 12:57 pm Not So Stupid Questions 8 Responses »
Stupid Question 176-179: Is Greenfield field good and Brownfield bad, what is that, and what is legacy code?

[To celebrate my first year of programming I will ask a ‘stupid’ questions daily on my blog for a year, to make sure I learn at least 365 new things during my second year as a developer] “Few of you will work on a greenfield project, maybe one or two the first few years. Make […]

Mar 252013
 
 March 25, 2013  Posted by at 2:10 pm Not So Stupid Questions, Telerik Tagged with: , , , ,  No Responses »
Stupid Question 167 & 168: What are packaged web apps and is it the same as hosted apps?

[To celebrate my first year of programming I will ask a ‘stupid’ questions daily on my blog for a year, to make sure I learn at least 365 new things during my second year as a developer] Packaged apps deliver an experience as capable as a native app, but as safe as a web page. […]

Mar 192013
 
 March 19, 2013  Posted by at 2:46 pm Not So Stupid Questions No Responses »
Stupid Question 164: What is the difference between Telemetry and Analytics data in RE to Windows Store Apps?

[To celebrate my first year of programming I will ask a ‘stupid’ questions daily on my blog for a year, to make sure I learn at least 365 new things during my second year as a developer] Last week I passed the MCSD exam on Advanced Windows Store App development (70-485), and one of the […]

Feb 232013
 
 February 23, 2013  Posted by at 11:33 pm Not So Stupid Questions 1 Response »
Stupid Question 158-162: What are in-car-apps, how common are they, how are they distributed and how do I get started?

[To celebrate my first year of programming I will ask a ‘stupid’ questions daily on my blog for a year, to make sure I learn at least 365 new things during my second year as a developer] Referred to as the infotainment revolution, in-car-apps are getting more and more popular and will soon be found […]

Feb 202013
 
 February 20, 2013  Posted by at 8:26 pm Not So Stupid Questions Tagged with: ,  1 Response »
Stupid Question 155 -156: Are there software patents, and if so what is a software patent?

[To celebrate my first year of programming I will ask a ‘stupid’ questions daily on my blog for a year, to make sure I learn at least 365 new things during my second year as a developer] Continuing on the last question – Stupid Question 154: Bug, issue or defect? What is the correct term? […]

Feb 172013
 
 February 17, 2013  Posted by at 11:54 pm Not So Stupid Questions 2 Responses »
Stupid Question 151-153: Who pays for software bugs, are there warranty laws, and any court case examples?

[To celebrate my first year of programming I will ask a ‘stupid’ questions daily on my blog for a year, to make sure I learn at least 365 new things during my second year as a developer] You do your very best to create software that is free of the dreaded bugs, but we all […]

Feb 142013
 
 February 14, 2013  Posted by at 9:21 pm Not So Stupid Questions 9 Responses »
Stupid Question 150: RE Q141 is there any difference between modern prescription glasses and computer glasses?

[To celebrate my first year of programming I will ask a ‘stupid’ questions daily on my blog for a year, to make sure I learn at least 365 new things during my second year as a developer] After struggling with migraines, headaches, dizziness and nausea combined with a wry neck I decided to take the […]

Feb 132013
 
 February 13, 2013  Posted by at 9:20 pm Not So Stupid Questions, Uncategorized Tagged with:  4 Responses »
Stupid Question 149: What is sideloading?

[To celebrate my first year of programming I will ask a ‘stupid’ questions daily on my blog for a year, to make sure I learn at least 365 new things during my second year as a developer] I talked about sideloading in the previous blog post (http://www.irisclasson.com/2013/02/13/windows-store-app-enterprise-deployment-mini-guide/), but realized I hadn’t explained what sideloading is. […]

Feb 102013
 
 February 10, 2013  Posted by at 10:24 pm Not So Stupid Questions, Uncategorized 4 Responses »
Stupid Question 147: What does the lowercase letter i in iPhone stand for?

[To celebrate my first year of programming I will ask a ‘stupid’ questions daily on my blog for a year, to make sure I learn at least 365 new things during my second year as a developer] iMac, iPhone, iPad, iCloud i…. like in I or something else? What does this lowercase letter stand for? […]

Feb 032013
 
 February 3, 2013  Posted by at 11:16 pm Not So Stupid Questions Tagged with: ,  3 Responses »
Stupid Question 142 and 143: Is DirectX/XNA dead? And can you do XNA games for Windows Store Apps?

[To celebrate my first year of programming I will ask a ‘stupid’ questions daily on my blog for a year, to make sure I learn at least 365 new things during my second year as a developer] I did a 2-hour getting started with WinRT for the non.Net developer session for a cross-platform user group. […]