Iris Classon
Iris Classon - In Love with Code

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 suddenly struck by grief I couldn’t stay
Cables, phones,
Books, loans.
A final build,
Accounts killed
No final meetings just a quiet exit in the night
A new morning is waiting and it feels rather right

After a red green refactor dreams are refined
After all these iterations the path well defined
POST thank you
GET new crew
DELETE position
CONNECT acquisition
Final TTYL, a amazing journey and unforgettable time
Provoked by the realization that the dream wasn’t mine

Entering a new commit with a hardcore deep dive
Devoted 200% to coding never felt more alive
New PC
Hello SSD
Fresh install
Don’t mind at all
Adding new stickers and marking an exciting new move
I’ve got a good feeling, this dev just found her groove


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Peter Ritchie
8/6/2013 8:34:34 AM
I'm looking forward to watching your journey into the testing/QA side. 
8/6/2013 9:00:14 AM
Beautifully done!  All the best in you new endeavor. 
Steve M
8/6/2013 10:54:27 AM
Thanks for sharing your experiences and emotions thus far, and good luck with your new direction! 
8/6/2013 11:23:22 AM
Evry in Gothenburg or are you moving to Norway now? 
8/6/2013 12:08:13 PM
Hey congrats and im not surprised u don't get to wear pink hair without constantly pushing your boundaries ...Im sure you in for a wonderful adventure :) 
8/6/2013 1:23:15 PM
Get up and Code! Looks like you paid attention to your own advice.Best of luck to you! I see no reason why you would not succeed in whatever you do. 
John Bristowe
8/6/2013 5:24:36 PM
Best of luck on your journey, Iris! And no, we won't forget about you. :-D 
Brad Braithwaite
8/22/2013 2:57:06 PM
The real world looks like VB6 and inline SQL ;-) Just kidding, good luck with the next thing. 

Last modified on 2013-08-06