About me

A passioned SharePoint / Office 365 Consultant.

Been working in this field since Microsoft 2010 and yet loved every aspect I could approach with these technologies. From Development to training, consulting, architecture to pre-sales, I’ve been enjoying the path because I am able to see the impact of my work in people daily work life.

Initially, I posted on my blog what I couldn’t find on the internet about troubleshooting issues about SharePoint. Then it evolves into reviews, and notes for myself, before I forget :).

Why doing this job

Microsoft SharePoint & Office 365 empowers you as a professional and so it does as a user. Within hours you can craft a solution for your business users and satisfy their needs.

Why sharing is caring

I’ve been learning a lot from this great community. Without other online contributors, I would have search hours without finding answers to my users problems. So this is my way to save some time, for you and especially for me !

Why you should share too !

Knowledge is the only material that grows with sharing – Socrate

Going to Dublin European Conference 2017 allowed me to finally meet a lot of SharePoint fellows I’ve been in touch with online, I suggest you do so to exchange around your professional life experience.


Other social networks I contribute on

Professional networks

Some articles were kindly published on

Do not hesitate to contact me for any collaboration, information.


  • 20.000 visitors in 2018, 28 000 pages views, 20 comments
  • I accept advertising on the blog, feel free to contact me.

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