Manpreet Singh is a SharePoint Consultant based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He’s a Microsoft MVP for Office 365 Servers, and well as a C# Corner MVP. He’s worked on 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016 and Office 365 versions of SharePoint. Manpreet is experienced in all aspects of SharePoint activities – such as migration, documentation and enhancements. He’s also been a developer, team lead, and consultant on the development of app projects.
PowerShell examples updating Project-level and Resource-level custom fields using CSOM in Project Online
Paul Mather is the Head of PPM Solution Architecture at CPS, based in the UK. Paul has been involved in successful Project Server, Project Online and SharePoint deployments since 2007, working with all Project Server versions and other supporting Microsoft technologies. Paul regularly blogs and is active on Project and Project Server forums. He also contributes scripts relating to Project Server and Project Online on the Microsoft gallery. A link to the scripts can be found here. Follow him on Twitter @.
Ståle Hansen is an Office Servers and Services MVP. He regularly speaks at industry events, such as Lync Conference, Nordic Infrastructure Conference, IT/Dec Connections, TechEd and Microsoft Ignite. He blogs at msunified.net, is part of the UC Architects podcast group and is a highly rated trainer. He is a productivity evangelist and has worked as an Office 365 salescoach focusing on Secure Productive Enterprise. Since 2006 he has been implementing OCS, Lync and Skype for Business in diverse and challenging environments across verticals, mostly including Enterprise Voice. His core competence is to explain complex scenarios and make them understandable by combining technical insight and business value. Follow him on Twitter @.
Marcel Meurer is responsible for a business division at sepago GmbH in Cologne. In this role, he leads a team of consultants who deliver their expertise to customers and partners. Before this, he worked as a consultant himself. His IT career started in the early 90s with personal computers (and therefore, Commodore 64). He began with assembling and programming, as well as hardware programming – which was the IoT of the 90s. Follow him on @.
Hasibur Rahman is from Ottawa, Canada and has been working as a software developer for almost 10 years. During this time, he’s had the opportunity to work on .NET, sql and other Microsoft development languages and platforms, as well on many CRM projects. He was awarded the MVP title in July 2016 for his contributions to the CRM community.