Shane is a Microsoft enthusiast from Cincinnati, Ohio who has had the honor of being a SharePoint MVP for 12 years and counting. While his first love was SharePoint these days, he has expanded his love to PowerShell, Azure, and Office 365. Speaking of his passions, he covers all of those topics on his YouTube channel or in a more traditional setting through his consulting company Bold Zebras. You can always tweet him @ShanesCows just make sure it is nice.
Shane Young's Recent Posts
Shane Young has already introduced you to building your first Power BI report and your first PowerApps app. Now, he is going to make sure you know about the coolest idea ever, combining the two.
It’s time to start seriously planning your migration to the cloud and starting with SharePoint has the ability to pay immediate dividends.
The month of January was filled with SharePoint news and in this monthly breakdown, Shane highlights all of the important elements impacting the platform.
The month of January was filled with Office 365 news and in this monthly breakdown, Shane highlights all of the important elements impacting the platform.
Get connected to PowerApps and create your first app.
If you have been on the internet at all in the last year and read anything about the Office 365 ecosystem, you have heard of PowerApps.
Learn how PowerShell lets you automate the move to cloud while preserving your metadata.
Shane Young walks you through getting your SharePoint list data visualized through a fancy Power BI Report.
Shane Young explains how Power BI interacts with SharePoint Online lists to build cool reports and display those reports on SharePoint.
Shane Young discusses managing user content by using PowerShell and Patterns and Practices PowerShell to write your own script.
Learn about a superior tool called Patterns and Practices PowerShell with SharePoint Online and on-prem.
Shane Young and Todd Klindt discuss March patches, Microsoft Identity Management with SharePoint 2016, Shane’s new computer, automatically created Office 365 groups, creation of direct reports groups in Outlook, not using @ in the SAMAccountName, SAM-Account-Name attribute specs, Outlook sign-in assistant, Azure active directory, integration with Github, and SQL data partners.
Shane Young and Todd Klindt talk about the latest Windows 10 Insider build and its cool features, Enterprise Mobility hitting 85 million users, Azure AD, some authentication issues, and Shane gets upset about patches.