About Christopher

Christopher Harrison is a self proclaimed geek who has managed to turn what he loves doing into a career. At present, he's a content developer at Microsoft Learning. He creates and manages contet published to edX.org and Microsoft Virtual Academy. His main focus is on developing for the web and Office 365.

Prior to making he move to the Pacific Northwest, he was owner and Head Geek at GeekTrainer. Christopher has been in and out of the classroom, sneaking in time to do some consulting, since 1999.

Christopher got his first exposure to computers when his father brought home a Vic-20. After graduating on to a Commodore 64, and eventually PCs, he realized there was a career to be had "playing" with technology. After a stint as a help desk person, he fell into a training gig and hasn't looked back since.

Training gives Christopher the chance to combine his passions for technology, education and people. He brings a lively enthusiasm and years of experience to the classroom and video.

In his spare time he tries to spend as much time as possible with his lovely wife Karin and four-legged child Roscoe. He's also a yogi and an avid runner, having completed several half marathons and three full marathons; most Saturdays he can be found running more miles than would be considered normal.

He can also be found on Twitter.


  1. Hey Chris .. just wanted to quickly thank you & Susan for the excellent YouTube videos on MCSA Certification. - watched all 3 over the last few months and definitely got some great advice in helping me pass the 3 exams and complete my SQL 20012 MCSA this week.

    1. I'm glad it helped! And thanks for the feedback!

  2. Hi Christopher ,My name is Ahmed I m a software engineer from Morocco
    I want to thank you for your videos in Microsoft virtual academy i just passed the exam Developing Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013 Core Solutions, the videos helped me a lot thanks again

  3. Thx a million for your SharePoint Server 2013 Core Solutions (70-331) course
    God bless you and your family!


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  5. You say that every My Site should be in its own Web App. The same book says you can only have 20 web apps per farm.
    How do these 2 correlate?