Hi I’m Manuel 👋🏻
I’m a freelance Project Manager, and I write about Project Management, Microsoft tools like Flow, PowerApps and SharePoint, Privacy, and I publish the occasional tutorial that, hopefully, will help you understand complex topics.
About this Site
I’ll write about stuff that I find interesting, but focusing more on topics that relate to privacy. I’ll also post the occasional tutorial detailing issues that took me ages to figure out and, hopefully, will save you time. You can always send me an email if you want to write about something specific.
I currently support comments, although everyone tells me that it’s a bad idea. I’ll monitor and remove anything that I feel is not appropriate, so please be respectful.
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.
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 it is something I’ve tried and use daily or frequently.
I use affiliate links for Amazon, iTunes products, and other products, meaning that I’m just telling them you come from this site at no additional cost to you. I get a small kickback from them, so it’s an excellent way for you to support me without having to do anything. Again, I only recommend things I use or like, but your mileage may vary, so don’t blame me if you don’t like a specific product I recommend.
I’m currently a Project Manager for the Pestana Hotel Group, the largest multinational hotel group of Portuguese origin with 95 hotels and Pousadas in 16 countries.
For those of you that like to know these things, I’m presently using WordPress hosted on dominios.pt. I moved from bluehost.com mainly due to cost since dominios.pt has a cheaper option and I can have support in Portuguese.
I manage all my domains on hover.com.
I try to keep my LinkedIn page updated with all I’m up to, but I also do some side projects when I find the time here and there.
I’ve worked in a Mobile RSS Reader called AnyRead until the end of 2017 and retired the App shortly after.
Some ask if my name shouldn’t be Gomez. The short answer is: that’s the Hispanic way of spelling it, 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) in the Notable people list.