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SharePoint community Reps

SharePoint Community Reps are members who help to run and manage the SharePoint-Community.net on a daily basis. Their activity will vary based on their particular role, but if you need help, then just ask any of them. You will recognize SharePoint Community Reps on the site because they have a red 'Rep' badge.

Source: http://sharepoint-community.net/page/sharepoint-community-reps

Hugh Wood's Page

From 12 years of development experience I can bring to the table much more than just a developer. I have in-depth experience of over 9 programming languages, project management and systems analysis with qualifications in each area. On top of this I have worked on many web projects receiving HTML (Including HTML 5), CSS2 & 3, JavaScript and SEO training. So anything from a network application built in C++, high performance engines built in an assembly language or website or web interface, I have the experience and the expertise to lend to any company.

Mark Jones's Page - SharePoint Community

Been working with our beloved friend SharePoint since 2006 as Developer / Architect for lots of organisations in the UK. Recently, I spend most my time either marketing or developing DocRead for SharePoint. Strange mix I know! I still love to develop so always make sure I keep my fingers in. When I am not telling the world about DocRead, I am spending time on here, making new friends. I also moderate a few SharePoint groups on LinkedIn. If you see me on-line in the chat - say hi!

vlad catrinescu's Page - SharePoint Community

As a Microsoft Certified Professional since 2008 my whole IT career has been about mastering Microsoft technologies and providing the most value to organizations that choose to use them. I have a deep knowledge of SharePoint Technologies as well as many of the networking technologies used for IT Infrastructure allowing me to create and implement a comprehensive plan for creating information governance, business processes, and SharePoint infrastructure to meet the assessed needs.

Joe Litton's Page - SharePoint Community

IT since mid 80's. SharePoint since late 2011. Web, Notes, Java, for many years prior. Interested in integrating SharePoint with various other systems; some new apps in SP, and surface others via SP. Been blogging (various sites) for over a decade, mostly about Notes/Domino, general tech, fitness, and Florida life. Have written for Notes periodical, spoken at LUGs/conference, reviewed a number of tech books. Working now to gain competence in the SharePoint arena!.

Trevor Seward's Page - SharePoint Community

While Trevor works across a variety of Microsoft technologies, my passion is with SharePoint Server. As a Microsoft SharePoint Server MVP, I work with the community to solve real-world problems, including blackbox debugging of Microsoft's SharePoint Server code. In addition, I build custom C# SharePoint Solutions in order to streamline SharePoint Administration.

Jasjit Chopra's Page - SharePoint Community

Jasjit Chopra is an independent consultant highly skilled in SharePoint. He founded www.SharePointPower.com site for the sole purpose of bringing SharePoint to the masses. As a SharePoint expert he has worked with many multinational clients including HP, Avanade, Accenture, Unistar Nuclear Energy, Warner Music Group, Inventiv Health. Jasjit holds a Masters of Business Administration in Technology and Management from CERAM, Sophia Antipolis, France. Having worked for different clients across United States Jasjit has gained insight knowledge on Business Processes for Manufacturing, Nuclear, State Government, Pharmaceutical and Music industry.

Natesan's Page - SharePoint Community

Natesan started working with MOSS primarily as a developer, along the way working on few WSS3.0 projects and currently working with SharePoint 2010 and Dynamics CRM projects. He is deeply passionate about technology. Currently working as the SharePoint Guy, playing varied roles as developer, admin and business analyst, enabling people to use SharePoint to solve real world problems. Likes to connect, share and learn with SharePoint community.

Brad Shannon's Page

I am a Senior Application Services Engineer for eGroup. eGroup is an IT Solutions Provider in the southeast. I have been working with SharePoint since 2009. I started as a developer in SharePoint 2007 for an international engineering firm and moved on to work with the government as a contractor.

Paul Choquette's Page

Profile Information Bio I've been developing with SharePoint since WSS 2.0. It's been a roller coaster ride since (some thrills, some scares.) I am currently developing on-premises (2010 and 2013) and Office 365 solutions for a company called Code A Site, LLC.

Piotr Siódmak's Page

Posted on September 5, 2013 at 20:54 The scenario is as follows: You are administering a central SQL Server, which hosts SharePoint databases for many DEV/QA test farms. Those farms come and go as VMs with broken SharePoints are removed and new are set up.

Wendy Neal's Page

Profile Information Bio Wendy is a Senior SharePoint Consultant for a midwestern technology consulting firm and has great passion for all things SharePoint, including collaboration, branding, governance, evangelism, user adoption, training, and empowering power users to build their own solutions. She enjoys writing about her experiences on her blog and is also a contributing author for EndUserSharePoint.com and CMSWire.com.

Matthias Einig's Page

Profile Information Bio Matthias is SharePoint MVP and works as SharePoint solution architect at tretton37 AB in Stockholm, Sweden. Being a certified MCSE, MCSA, MCPD, MCITP in SharePoint 2007/2010/2013 as well as SCRUM Master and Product Owner, he now focuses on solution architecture, development and quality assurance for SharePoint custom solutions.

Marc D Anderson's Page

Last evening (7 May 2013) I released SPServices 2013.012. If you are using an earlier version of SPServices, I strongly suggest that you upgrade to this version, as you will see some performance improvements and there is some nice new functionality. Thanks to everyone who downloaded the beta and provided feedback.

Stefan Bauer's Page

Profile Information Bio I work as an information architect for box consulting gmbh in Vienna / Austria. I started developing for the web more that fifteen years ago. Over the last seven years I mainly worked with SharePoint as a developer and consultant. I received the Microsoft Community Contributor Award in 2011 and 2012.

Stephanie Cole's Page

Profile Information Bio I am easing my way into SharePoint development after spending 17 years (and counting) as a Lotus Notes developer. In my current position I still do both; I support legacy Notes applications and work on custom SharePoint applications in my free time.

  • I have spent many many hours working as a SharePoint Developer Architect and Consultant for lots of organisations in the UK such as the NHS, Tarmac, O2, Lloyds of London, Lloyds TSB, BT etc.

    More recently, I spend all my time either marketing or developing DocRead for SharePoint. Strange mix I know, but I still love to develop so I always make sure I keep my hand in.

    When I am not telling the world about DocRead, I am very active in the SharePoint community and am one of the co-founders of the SharePoint-Community.net. I also moderate the 2nd largest SharePoint group on LinkedIn.

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