Hi, I’m Manuel

I write about Microsoft tools like Power Automate, Power Apps, SharePoint, Microsoft 365 products, etc.

I write six days a week and keep a steady post schedule so that you can have fresh content to explore. My objective is to teach you complex things easily. I spent some time finding solutions to problems, so you don’t have to.

Although everyone tells me that it’s a bad idea, I currently support comments. I’ll monitor and remove anything that I feel is inappropriate, so please be respectful.

This Site

So you’ll start Monday with an article about Power Apps, SharePoint, and Power Pages. Tuesday is dedicated to Power Automate, while on Wednesday, you’ll get Power Automate Action Reference or Power Automate Trigger Reference. Thursday is our reference day with Power Automate Function Reference, Power Apps Function Reference, and Power Apps Function Reference. Finally, we’ll finish the week on Friday with Microsoft Graph or Microsoft PowerShell.

I have articles about Microsoft Forms, Microsoft Planner, Microsoft Teams, Microsoft Lists, OneDrive, OneDrive for Business, and more if you want more content.

There’s a lot you can explore, so take a look at the sections.

About me

I’m from Portugal, and I quit my job to found SKILLFUL SARDINE, a company that will include this site but a lot more since now I can dedicate all my time to writing. Follow me on Twitter to be notified of new articles, projects, and news.

The views expressed on this site are my own, and all the stuff I write about is based purely on my interests at the time. If I recommend something, you can be sure that I’ve tried it and use it daily or frequently.


I’m also active in the Microsoft Power Automate Community, so if you have questions about Power Automate, you’ll be sure I’m there watching and helping.

Feedback is essential to me, so interact on Twitter or drop me an email.

And if you didn’t notice by now, I’m not a native English speaker. I’ll do my best to make things interesting, but pardon anything that feels off.

Fun Fact

Some ask if my name shouldn’t be Gomez. The short answer is the Hispanic spelling, and I’m Portuguese. The long answer is on Wikipedia (where all “right” answers live). There you can find that:

It derived from the given name Gomes, which derived from the Visigothic word guma, meaning “man.”

… as well as that, I’m not (yet) on the Notable people list.

Privacy Policy

Privacy is quite important to me, so here’s my privacy policy for this website.


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