I have worked with SharePoint since 2003 and sometimes I love it and other times I end up in trouble… And those times are often documented here 🙂 It’s a constant learning curve working with this product and I always feel that there is sooo much more to learn. But at least my job never gets boring or without challenges. In 2017 I launched a podcast, WitGirls Podcast, and we release a new episode once a month.

In the SharePoint world, it’s hard to give your self the proper title so not really sure what the correct title would be? But having worked a lot with SharePoint server administration and all the things that comes with that like upgrades, migration, server installation, server configuration, search configuration, user profiles etc I guess I’m sort of IT Pro but I’m also on the Business side with implementing solutions and functions in the business organization.

What about developer then? Well, when it comes to .NET programming I’m not, but when it comes to functionality and design where I am using CSS, html, javascript, xslt and other techniques that are built into SharePoint I could call myself that. I think that you should use the product as far as possible, and if you cannot fix it there – well then you may have to develop a bit. And you can find so many add-ins or webparts out there and all you have to do is maybe customize it a bit if needed.

I have worked with SharePoint through versions 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013 and the last years also with Office 365 which I just love working with. And I have certified on 2007 and 2010, the latest one was MCTS on 2010 SharePoint Configuration.

In 2017 I launched a podcast, WitGirls Podcast, in which I talk SharePoint and Office 365 and related topics. I run it together with a collegue, and we hope you want to listen and subscribe to our podcast! Read more about the podcast on our website and you find us on SoundCloud or iTunes.