About the Author
As a technology evangelist for Microsoft Windows, Stacey helps developers create amazing Windows apps.
Since 2001, she's been making things almost solely in the digital agency space, where she has worked for companies like Teknision, Fuel, IQ, and Big Spaceship in a variety of technical roles. Stacey has contributed to several O'Reilly technical publications as a technical editor. She was an avid blogger and wrote a series of articles for the now defunct InsideRIA.com. Now she spends a bit of time writing at Medium. Most recently, Stacey posted an open letter to Future Woman in Tech, which was picked up by both Huffington Post and Slate. She has spoken at over 45 events on a variety of topics that range from technology to workflow and process. Recent speaking engagements include FITC in Toronto, Vancouver, and Amsterdam; Reasons to be Creative in New York City; and Halifax Pop Explosion.
Her latest passion is physical computing—working with the Raspberry Pi, BeagleBoard, and Arduino. She has taught a variety of tech topics in academic programs, such as the Interactive Media Management program at Algonquin College and the Bachelor of Information Technology program at Carleton University, and at industry workshops.