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Paul Bullock

I'm a Microsoft 365 Architect and Developer, with a passion for all things Microsoft 365 and Azure. I have been working with SharePoint since 2007 and building Office 365 solutions since 2012. Awarded Microsoft MVP since 2020 in both M365 Apps & Services + M365 Development.

About me

I am a total geek who enjoys working with the latest technologies, and helping others to do the same. I have a passion to share knowledge and experiences with others, leading me to the Microsoft 365 Patterns and Practices (PnP Community). Through this brilliant community, I became an Microsoft MVP and member of the core team, working closely with some of the finest people in the industry.

I enjoy alot of digital hobbies such as 3d printing, digital art using the awesome Procreate iPad app, spending time with my wonderful family and serving in my local church.

Areas of technical focus and Skills

Discover the proficiencies that allow me to bring quality solutions to life.


Working with SharePoint for nearly 18 years, from on-premises to SharePoint Online, and everything in between.

Microsoft 365

Wide knowledge of the Microsoft 365 platform since 2012, designing and building leading solutions for clients.


Familiar with AI technologies, including Azure Cognitive Services. Certified. Regularly participates in private previews.


Using Azure as the backbone of applications, including Azure Functions, Logic Apps, and more.


Worked for many years in client environments, familar with how to work closely as a team, build trust and confidence in my work and technologies they use.


Wide variety of development skills, including C#, JavaScript, TypeScript, React, HTML, CSS, lots of PowerShell and more.


Building solutions to align with your corporate strategy, and help you achieve your goals and objectives.

Attention to detail

Works hard to ensure the solutions I build are of the highest quality, incorporate thoroughness woven throughout engagements.


Importantly ability to effectively communication technical information to a less technical audience, educating and empowering them to make informed decisions.

Explore articles on my blog from my experiences and learnings

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