Pete Skelly has over 26 years of experience in SMB and Enterprise application design, development, project management and support. In the role of VP of Technology at ThreeWill, and as a member of the ThreeWill leadership team, Pete is responsible for the strategic technology, architecture, and engineering processes, working with ThreeWill’s Practice Owners to identify, improve and advance ThreeWill’s delivery capabilities. In addition to the strategic technical guidance for ThreeWill’s Practices, Pete is responsible for improving ThreeWill’s technical capabilities though certification management, internal resource development, and growing ThreeWill’s delivery staff as Hiring Manager. He also serves as ThreeWill’s data security coordinator with customers and internal processes.
Pete has been involved in the Atlanta and Office 365 communities since 2014, both volunteering and serving as a Co-Chair of the Atlanta SharePoint and Office 365 User Group and Atlanta Code Camp. Pete is a frequent speaker, and a contributor to Open Source Software (OSS) projects related to Microsoft 365 products and technologies.
Prior to ThreeWill, Pete worked for HP where he was a Technical Lead and Architect designing and developing worldwide applications for service provisioning and help desk automation.
When he is not working he enjoys spending time with his wife and two sons, and the occasional round of golf.
BA in Philosophy from the University of Hartford
- Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer (MCSD)
- MCP: Delivering Business Value Planning Services
- Certified Scrum Master (CSM)
Frameworks: Angular, React, ASP.NET MVC, Bootstrap
Platforms: SharePoint, Power Platform, Dynamics 365, Azure, Github
Tools: PowerShell, Azure DevOps, Visual Studio, Visual Studio Code, Git
Methodologies: Agile, Scrum, XP, Object Oriented Design, TDD, REST API’s, DevOps
Domains: Healthcare, Agriculture, Supply Chain, Financial Services, Human Resources, Communications, Entertainment,
Global Office Developer Boot Camp (October 2018)
“Building Office Add-ins in Office 365”
Atlanta SharePoint and Office 365 User Group (September 2018)
“Introducing the Patterns and Practices SharePoint Starter Kit”
Visual Studio 2017 Launch – Azure in the ATL Meetup
“What’s New with Office and SharePoint Development?”
Atlanta Code Camp 2015
“Introduction to Office Addins”