About the Author Pieter Veenstra

about Pieter Veenstra

Thank you for visiting my blog! My name is Pieter Veenstra.

About SharePains blog

For a long time the title of this site mentioned all the Microsoft technology that I’m involved with. But the title SharePoint, Dynamics 365, Project Server, Office 365/Microsoft 365, Skype for Business, OneDrive, PowerShell and Nintex didn’t really catch it all as I get involved in more parts of the Microsoft products stack and related software.

As I tend to share all my pains with these technologies I decided to rename my site to SharePains.

About HybrIT Services

Since 2007 I’ve worked with SharePoint as a Consultant, Developer and Architect. I work at Hybrit Services  in Weedon Bec, United Kingdom as a Principal Architect. In 2017 Microsoft has awarded me with an MVP Award in the category Office Servers and Services. A year later I was re-awarded and received the award in a second category as well, Business applications.

As part of my community work I am part of the Microsoft Teams Elite team, which is a team of 100 MVP who test prerelease versions of Microsoft Teams and give feedback to Microsoft.

Microsoft Technology

Additionally, I work with the Microsoft engineers to improve Microsoft Flow this has resulted in for example a set of Flow Learning Resources.

I’m the owner of ULS Monitor project on Codeplex, a PowerShell based tool that scans your SharePoint logs for the real issues.

Consultancy Services

If you’re looking for someone to help you with your SharePoint challenges or you would like me to introduce you to SharePoint, Azure, Microsoft Teams, Power Automate or Power Apps then please feel free to contact me.

Do you want to know more about me please visit my LinkedIn profile.

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Pieter Veenstra

4 thoughts on “About the Author Pieter Veenstra”
  1. Thank you Pieter – I look forward to returning when the organisation I work at turn on PowerAutomate and Flow

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