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Thanks for an amazing 2018!

Reading Time: 7 minutes. Year 2018 is drawing to an end, and it’s a good time for some reflection on what an interesting year it’s been! Personally, quite a few things have happened in the last 12 months – I moved to Canada, started a new/old job, became a father, spoke at awesome events, met a lot of cool people – just tons of awesome stuff. But personal things aside, 2018 has been an interesting and rewarding time to be writing this blog! 2018 was the year when the […]


The Scary Anatomy of a Microsoft License Fraud

Reading Time: 10 minutes. Tis the season for gifts, and lots of y’all might be thinking about giving out a digital gift. Maybe some of the more practical ones think about gifting someone a subscription of Office 365 – and why not, it’s a pretty useful present, right? However, you might want to think about where you get that subscription from. Don’t get the bootleg option – you might end up regretting it! I’ve stumbled upon a few online retailers, that sell Microsoft Office 365 (Microsoft’s subscription-based Office offering) […]

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Speaking at SPS New England on 10/20!

Reading Time: 2 minutes. Another exciting announcement to make – I’ll be speaking at SharePoint Saturday New England on 20. of October in Boston!  My session about Microsoft Flow, Azure Functions and a bit of Cognitive Services was accepted for the developer track. I’ll be presenting at 9:00 – 10:15 AM in room Cranmore. There’s a lot of awesome sessions and other awesome speakers, and I’m honored to share with the community what I’ve learnt lately while playing with some of the latest and greatest of Microsoft’s tools! :) […]

Microsoft Stores Backups For 14 Days, But Restores Them in 15

A cautionary tale of relying on the automatic backups in SharePoint Online

Reading Time: 10 minutes. So Microsoft keeps 14-day rolling backups of your SharePoint Online sites. That’s awesome – no need to take backups anymore, right? Not so fast. It’s not always so easy, and by just relying on these backups, you risk losing your data. Forever, I might add. This cautionary tale is about SharePoint Online, but I’d say you’ll need to take caution anytime you’re dealing with Microsoft’s automatic backups. The story starts with the client doing something unwise – a prime example would be them removing the […]

Thanks for coming to my session in SPS Nashville!

Thanks for coming to my session in SPS Nashville!

Reading Time: 3 minutes. I was at Cloud Friday and SharePoint Saturday Nashville, and had my session on Saturday – that was a lot of fun! I had the chance to meet a lot of new (and some “old”) people, and I think the community liked my session about Citizen Development tools (for “actual developers”) quite well! Posts Related to “Thanks for coming to my session in SPS Nashville!”:Materials for my SPS TC session: “Citizen Developer Tools are not just for Citizen Developers” now…Thanks for coming to SPS Houston! Check […]