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Pieter Veenstra, author of SharePains

Who am I?

My name is Pieter Veenstra and I’ve been writing blog posts on SharePains for over 13 years now. It all started with posts about Microsoft SharePoint and over time I started to cover more and more Microsoft technology.

I work as a Microsoft Productivity Principal consultant at Microsoft Gold partner, HybrIT Services in the United Kingdom helping my clients make better use of the Microsoft cloud technology.

What do I do?

If you need help with Power Automate, SharePoint, Power Apps, Power Pages, Power BI, Microsoft Teams, Dynamics 365 or Azure you are on the right site!

Have a look at the many posts that can be found on this site. Just some examples:

I’m also one of the two founding members of PowerApps4Kids. Do you want to know what that is all about then have a look at Power Apps 4 Kids and be amazed at how kids can build their own Power Apps!

It is never too early to learn something new and if you are one of the older kids then its never too late either.

What can you do?

If you want some help, click on the chat button below. If you find any useful content on this site then let me know. Or if you find some typos or mistakes then please leave a comment on the posts.

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My most recent SharePains posts

Data in collections not appearing in Power Apps
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